Capitol Reef National Park Sights



Fremont Indian Petroglyphs Review

Nearly 1,000 years ago the Capitol Reef area was occupied by the Fremont Indians, whose culture was tied closely to the ancestral Puebloan culture. A nice stroll along a boardwalk bridge allows close-up views of the Fremont rock art, which can be identified by the large trapezoidal figures often depicted wearing headdresses and ear baubles.

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  • Address: Hwy. 24, 1.2 mi east of visitor center, Capitol Reef National Park, UT 84775
  • Location: Capitol Reef National Park
Updated: 10-21-2013

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