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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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I totally misjudged the proper amount of time needed. This island is so much bigger than it looked on the map. If you are staying in nearby Salt Lake City, you will need to figure driving time to get there, so if you want to...More
Nice place to visit whilst in the area. Various stop off points around the Island. Go for a walk along the sands and take a dip in the salty water (don't forget your drinking water - the walk felt longer than it looked). Don't be...More
A photographers dream. This was such a great experience. It was wicked hot but we didn't care. The views were spectacular and it was very therapeutic to be here. The visitor center was really nice. We got all our info for the park and then...More
There are tons of things to do on Antelope island, including watching bison (buffalo), antelope, deer, and plenty of birds. Bring your hiking shoes and binoculars.
On the East side there is the historical Garr Ranch with all sorts of displays on how they settled...More
Loved this state park.
Wonderful hikes, great wildlife and just breathtaking views. If you want to see bison, you'll see a lot of them here... they are all over the park and you pass right next to them when you are hiking. No rattlesnakes here....they...More
A salt lake inland! only $10 to go across the causeway and as you drive over you can see the salt flats left behind by the evaporation of the lake.
Fantastic vies and only 50 minutes from the centre of SLC to the entry gates....More
The island was gorgeous. Loved how it has been preserved with no development. It’s very arid and the landscape feels like you’re in a remote country. If you’re interested in hiking, recommend going to the visitor center to get the ranger hiking tips. They broke...More
If I could give this a million stars, I would! This place is incredible! It's moody and gorgeous. Drive toward the ranch for good views of the free-roaming bison. Do the Ladyfinger and the Buffalo Point trails. Both are short and offer fantastic views. It...More
This was a decent state park to visit. I am not as much of an outdoor person as my friend that I was with is, though. He loved it. It is a good way to spend a few hours, but if you like hiking, you...More
Was looking for the best way to show a friend the Great Sal Lake. This is the way to do it. When you get to the highest point you have a 360 degree view of the lake. This island has prong horn antelope and plenty...More