Capital Reef National Park, Utah
Early pioneer, a group of Mormons settled in a shady valley, which known as Fruita, planted orchard trees in 1880. Approximately there are 2700 fruit trees of cherry, apricot, peach, pear, apple, plum, mulberry, almond, and walnut. There is a camp ground and a little stream run through middle of the orchard. The photogenic "Gifford Barn" is right next to the orchard. Nice place to walk around and pick a few of fruits and taste it.
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