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Having had a very early start to hike Cassidy Arch we found the park opposite Gifford Homestead (where we had stopped to get some delicious pies and coffee and then grabbed a table in the park and enjoyed a well deserved breakfast picnic. Fruita is...More
It was fun and quite strange to find such a kind of oasis in the middle of this beautiful red rocks desert.
On our way to Moab, our kids had the most delicious strawberry and rubarb pie they ever had.
Unfortunatelly we were a little...More
There's a Nature Center, the Gifford Homestead & Barn, a picnic area and the campground. Often populated by marmots and mule deer the picnic area is a great place for a pie (from the Gifford House) to enjoy outside under the shade of some enormous...More
It's so strange to see such a lush please in the otherwise arid surronding area. There are fruit trees and we heard that you can pick up fruit when it's ripe (but we were there in May so it wasn't still time). Worth a stop...More
Fruita is the center of activities and services at Capitol Reef National Park. The village is located on Utah State Route 24, about 10 miles east of Torrey and 36 miles west of Hanksville. Nestled in a beautiful canyon at the junction of the Fremont...More