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Broken Spur Inn & Steakhouse near Capitol Reef National Park

For Capitol Reef lodging, stay at one of the closest properties to that famous scenic drive that leads through the park.

(435) 425-3775 brokenspurinn.com

Near the West Entrance of Capitol Reef National Park, the Broken Spur Inn offers comfortable family-friendly lodging with a quirky cowboy theme. True to its name, you’ll find spurs, horseshoes and metal stars fashioned into decor, alongside rustic wood furnishings, quilted bed spreads and Western art in the hotel rooms.

Double queen hotel room at the Broken Spur Inn in Torrey, Utah
Double queen roomCourtesy Broken Spur Inn

Want to kick it up a notch? You’ll never forget staying in one of the Conestoga Wagons, replicas of the original wagons used by pioneers to cross the West. It’s Broken Spur’s version of cowboy glamping with comfy beds for up to five people and your own private bathroom nearby.

Conestoga wagons at the Broken Spur Inn in Torrey, Utah
Stay in a Conestoga wagonCourtesy Broken Spur Inn
Conestoga wagon with bunk beds at the Broken Spur Inn in Torrey, Utah
Some of the wagons have bunk beds. All have private bathrooms just steps away.Courtesy Broken Spur Inn

Whether you stay in a hotel room or wagon, included with your rate is a hearty, hot breakfast buffet with fresh, baked-from-scratch cinnamon rolls and access to the glass-ceiling pool house with hot tub.

Glass-ceiling pool house with hot tub at Broken Spur Inn in Torrey, Utah
Soak in the pool and hot tubCourtesy Broken Spur Inn

Just down the road, cruise Capitol Reef’s scenic drive to trailheads for hiking your choice of dry river beds cutting through slot canyons or challenging, rocky climbs to overlooks. Stop at the Gifford House in the national park for pies and ice cream from Broken Spur’s kitchen, but get there early because they sell out by noon. Later, watch the horizon at Sunset Point knowing that it’s just eight miles back to the hotel and dinner at the Broken Spur Steakhouse. The restaurant specializes in aged steaks but the fresh seafood and salads are equally scrumptious. We recommend that you finish your meal with the cobbler of the day topped with a scoop of ice cream.

Before you leave, pick up a memento at the well-stocked gift shop where you’ll find everything from polished rocks and jewelry to treats and road games for the trip home.


For more information:
(435) 425-3775
955 East SR24, Torrey, UT 84775
brokenspurinn.com

Please do not use GPS: Map apps and GPS will take you off on a dirt road near Parker Mountain. Stay on Hwy 24 where the hotel is just up the hill from the junction with Hwy 12. Look for the huge American flag.