A Trip To This Underrated Utah National Park Will Make Your Summer Complete

Utah has five gorgeous national parks, and some of them have really put us on the map. Zion National Park receives more than 3.5 million visitors every year; Arches National Park is where our iconic Delicate Arch is found. All five parks are filled with incredible natural wonders and some truly epic beauty. Capitol Reef National Park is Utah’s least visited park, so if you’re looking for a little more solitude and a lot fewer tourists, it’s time to check this place out.

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What is your favorite thing to see at Capitol Reef National Park?