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A beautiful park located on the largest of the Great Salt Lakes islands; features lots of white-sand beaches, hiking and biking trails in addition to a variety of flora and fauna, including deer, bob cats, and of course, antelopes.
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We spent an afternoon here- takes about 40 minutes from downtown SLC. We were intrigued by the lake itself (it's dead- no fish live in it). We had no issues with smells nor flies. We were fortunate to see some buffalo roaming about but as...More
If you are visiting Salt Lake City and have a car and a few hours to spare, the trip to Antelope Island is well worth the time. You will see a variety of rock formations, different views of the Great Salt Lake, a traditional farm,...More
If you want to gag stop at the causeway. The smell is overwhelming. We spent sometime chasing the flies. The lake on the otherside was much nicer. Couldn't see the stars as there was too much smoke from wildfires.
We enjoyed our visit to Antelope Island State Park. Did we see any antelope? Yes. One. But, mostly we saw bison. We also liked the historic ranch in the park where you can take a self-guided tour. There were some horses on the ranch. The...More
$10 entrance fee gets you onto this isolated peninsula. We immediately say 4 large bison right near the visitor center and saw prancing antelope. The Visitor center has a herd tracker map that shows you where you need to go to see huge groups of...More
This was my first trip to the area. I wanted to see the wildlife on the island and also see the Great Salt Lake. It was very interesting place to visit. I really liked the farm but I grew up on one in NC. The...More
We took our daughter and her family to Antelope Island because we were curious to see just what it was. We were not disappointed. It was about dusk and the buffalo were literally out in herds very close to the highway. We also saw antelope,...More
There's really nothing here except a big baron island with view trees. There are some walking trails and good views of the Salt Lake. But after a while all of the views started to look alike and boring. Also, it's a long seemingly endless drive...More