"Fruit harvest times should range from early July through October," park superintendent, Leah McGinnis said in a release Tuesday. Park officials are predicting apples, pears and peaches "will be in good supply."
Visitors can use ladders and extended fruit pickers provided by the park, but climbing the trees is not permitted.
The historic Fruita orchards are among the largest in the National Park System and were established beginning in the 1880s by Mormon pioneer residents of Fruita.
Visitors can obtain current harvest information and pricing on a hotline: Dial 435-425-3791 and then press "5."
Harvest details are also frequently posted on the park's Facebook page, Twitter feed @CapitolReefNPS and webpage.