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RV park review: Wonderland is pretty wonderful

Wonderland RV Park near Capitol Reef National Park offers free fruit from its established peach, pear and apple trees. The park has been around since 1934. (Leslie Kelly)
Wonderland RV Park near Capitol Reef National Park offers free fruit from its established peach, pear and apple trees. The park has been around since 1934. (Leslie Kelly)

Wonderland RV Park near Capitol Reef National Park in southern Utah offers the usual amenities, but there's also a sweet twist: free fruit from the verdant peach, apple and pear trees planted on the property long ago. 

The comfortable park is a 10-minute drive from the visitor's center at the park and once we got settled, we headed that direction for a quick late afternoon canyon hike. It was lovely because we missed the crowds.

After heading back to our tiny home on wheels, I made a stovetop apple crumble and -- wow! -- it was yummy. 

Another bonus: There are also tiny cabins for rent on the property. While we were there, we witnessed a fun family reunion. 

 

 

 



Leslie Kelly
Leslie Kelly is a freelance writer.