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Gifford Homestead, Capitol Reef National Park

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  • While in Capital Reef Natl Park, stop here to let the kids run off some energy and visit some pioneer era buildings. And go earlier rather than later if you want to buy some of the delicious homemade ...  more »
  • This was fun side adventure for our day in capitol reef. The homestead cabin was crowded but worth waiting in line for a individual pie. Felt like we were back in time on the old farm.  more »
  • Gifford homestead in the Capitol Reef National Park is a rustic House in Fruita, the early settlement in the Park. You will pass route automatically on the scenic. The House is rustic, but more than a quick stop is hardly worth
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  • Very low stress, quiet place to stop and take a break. Homemade pies & ice cream. Stopped here while traveling through Utah on a motorcycle trip. Glad I did. Cool scenery and off the beaten path. Kinda reminded me of where they filmed The Hills Have Eyes! :)
  • Great tourist stop where they sell homemade goods and fresh made pies made with fruit from the orchards on the grounds.
  • Lovely house where they sell home made stuff.
  • Come here in the morning for fresh pies for breakfast or stop on the way from the hike for an ice cream. There are also several good hikes starting in the same location.
  • When you enter the shop/House seems to get into a fairy place, all very nice, full of items and food and drink for sale. The Apple Pie is awesome, the prices are great, especially given the size
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