|After breakfast, I headed north to Hwy 70, then west to highway 24 and Hanksville, UT. Turned right at Hanksville and enjoyed the scenery into and through Capitol Reef National Park.
Capitol Reef is in an area called the Waterpocket Fold, a giant buckle in the earth's crust. The Fremont River runs through the fold and there is an historical Mormon farm area with a museum and fruit orchards where you can pick fruit and eat it there....for free. Pretty cool!
I stopped at the Visitor center, as I did in every park I saw, then had lunch in a nice picnic area near the farm museum.
Since it was still early in the day when I finished in Capitol Reef, I headed north to Salina, UT, where I found the Butch Cassidy RV park. The only thing that vaguely resembled the outlaw was the name of the park.