Capitol Reef Lodging Inside the Park
Capitol Reef National Park has no lodging inside the park boundaries. Most of the park is very remote, but the main developed area is close to the town of Torrey. Richfield is the nearest city of any size, located along Interstate 70.
Capitol Reef Lodging Near the Park
Lodging in Torrey
The small town of Torrey is located just a few miles west of the park boundary along Utah Highway 24. A limited amount of all services can be found here. There is a good amount of lodging here, consisting mostly of independent motels and inns, as well as some vacation rentals.
Lodging in Caineville
The tiny unincorporated community of Caineville is located to the east of the park along Utah Highway 24. This is a very remote area, but there is one good lodging choice here.
Lodging in Richfield
Richfield is the largest city in the sparsely populated southcentral Utah area, with a population of about 7,500. Due to this, and its location along Interstate 70, it has a variety of services larger than most cities this size would. There are several good lodging options here. It will take over an hour to reach Capitol Reef from this area, but it is well placed for a day visit, or for a place to stay the day before or after your visit.
Vacation Rentals near Capitol Reef
Vacation rentals include a wide variety of lodging types, including cabins, apartments, private homes and more. They can sometimes be more economical for families or larger groups, and tend to offer the comforts of home. They are usually managed by individuals. Take care to confirm the location of the rental before booking, and that it is indeed near Capitol Reef.