This campground is situated at the north end of the Park at a high elevation. It's free and has picnic tables, fire rings and a vault toilet but no water. If you want to make a fire, you must bring your own firewood. There are excellent views of the valley below only a short walk from the campsites.
Another wonder utah campground. And Capital reef is one of a kind. Getting out here is pretty ridiculous especially in a mini van. But the camping was epic.
One of the darkest, most secluded places I've set up camp. The views are absolutely worth it. After the moon set, you could read by starlight. It's a hard drive to get there, definitely recommend a 4x4 with high clearance. There are two way to get there, one being through Fishlake National Forest off of 72 where you weave through the mountains, (We saw it snow at the peak of the mountain when we crossed.) and the other of 24 near Cainsville through Cathedral Valley and the bentonite hills. Bring lots of water, no supply out there. Had fire pits and a drop toilet at the site surprisingly for how remote it was.