This Historic Homestead Is One Of Utah’s Best Kept Secrets

Capitol Reef National Park is one of the most underrated national parks in Utah. It is known for its sandstone domes, natural arches, and monoliths. But, this national park is also home to one of the Beehive State’s best-kept secrets — Gifford Homestead.

The Gifford Homestead is typically open between March and November each year. You can learn more about this historic destination, as well as its seasonal dates and hours, on the Capitol Reef National Park website.

Have you been to the Gifford Homestead in Capitol Reef National Park? Did you try a slice of pie? Share with us your experiences in the comments. And, if you want to learn more about this area, including the orchards, check out our feature article on Fruita, Utah.

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Address: Gifford Homestead, Capitol Reef National Park, Scenic Dr, Teasdale, UT 84773, USA