Serenity, scenery go hand in hand at Utah's Capitol Reef National Park

There is just one paved road in Capitol Reef National Park in southern Utah. It is an eight-mile scenic drive on which the only traffic jams are caused by an occasional herd of mule deer. Instead of honking horns, Capitol Reef is about serenity and spectacular scenery. “We are remote,” says park ranger Lori Rome, “which is part of the appeal of this place.” Here’s how to get the most out of this park.