We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The National Park Service has renovated and refurnished the Gifford farmhouse as a cultural demonstration site to interpret the early Mormon settlement of the Fruita valley. The house depicts the typical spartan nature of rural Utah farm homes of...more
We enjoyed visiting the Gifford Homestead in Capitol Reef National Park. It is an interesting place to visit. The home is now a gift shop. In September, if you want to buy pies, they recommend going there at 8:00 a.m. in the morning. When in...More
Not sure how to say this, but the place feels a bit like a tourist trap. It looks rustic, it looks authentically rural, it looks and feels genuinely home-made. But it isn't.
The ice cream has a quality that is inferior to the ice cream...More
Very interesting, you will not be disappointed. Great gift shop. Fabulous fresh baked pies on the premises. We had peach pie. Wow, it was great! You can pick apples in the adjoining orchard. Free for what you eat on site or pay for what you...More
This place has the best peach and cherry pies I've ever eaten. I love pie and I've sampled pies from all over the States including some well known places in Pie Town, NM and Black Canyon City, AZ that are relatively famous for their pies....More
Nice little place to call off at when driving through the beautiful Capital Reef National Park. Located just a mile or so down the road from the Park's visitor's Centre (just off Utah State Route 24). The pies are to die for including cherry, apple,...More
We stopped here on our way into this portion of Capitol Reef National Park. Cool little place. My wife bought a cherry pie and my kids both got a little ice cream. It was obviously small so your visit will be quick but still a...More
Beautiful green meadow with picnic tables . Bathrooms at campground. Small store has pies salsa chips ice cream and water . We made due with a lunch of chips and salsa , pie and butter pickles it was great. Mule dear in the meadow the...More