This unique park, which I have not had the pleasure of visiting yet, is primarily made of three districts: the Fruita Area, the Waterpocket District and Cathedral Valley, each with their own attitude and opportunities. Fruita Area is definitely the most easily accessible district that allows you to enjoy a scenic drive or a hike. The Waterpocket District offers fantastic views of the Waterpocket Fold (an “earth wrinkle” extending 100 miles) plus very nice hiking and backpacking opportunities, with dirt roads accessible by most passenger vehicles without major problems. Now Cathedral Valley, the third district, is definitely a bit more rugged, a backcountry type of experience where it is highly encouraged to travel in a high-clearance vehicle. There is plenty to see in each area of the park, and you just need to decide which ones are a fit for the experience you are craving. Whatever you choose, you won’t be disappointed.