Fruita Schoolhouse, Capitol Reef National Park

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Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
The Fruita Schoolhouse is a historic school building located in Fruita, Utah, United States.

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  • A great stop on the way to Hickman Bridge in Capitol Reef. Right off of SR24. Has a pretty large paved pull out but fills up fast. I visited it in the evening after touring the park scenic drive...  more »
  • The school represents a great part of the early history of the area. Built on land donated by Elijah Behunin, it was opened in 1896. The first class housed nearly two dozen students of all ages in...  more »
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  • Was a interesting old school house but wish we could look at it closer than through the windows of a looked up building. Would like to see an observation part at the back so you can see more but still not have to have staff there during open hours.
  • It was an interesting little school tucked next to a beautiful mountain wall. I saw a very nice young family of 7 at the school who took pictures of the kids.

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