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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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Antelope Island was a great surprise for my wife and myself. The island is less than an hour north of Salt Lake City. We drove around this magnificent island taking in the spectacular scenery and incredible wildlife. We had a herd of buffaloes cross the...More
My husband and I took a quick weekend trip to Salt Lake area from the Midwest. We were told to visit the park because if the views and wildlife. The recommendations did not disappoint. We love adventure and for the $10 park admission spent a...More
It was interesting to see and hear about how the "great salt lake" was formed and how it has changed. Staffing was not present it was just a timed repeating film narration. Seems like it is still being set up or developed not finished.
This is the second time I visit Antelope Island and probably not the last time. Fall is beautiful, you have clear air, nice colors and the bisons - one of the top attractions of the park - are more active.
We fell prey to the promotional card found in a hotel that showed the beauty of this island. This island has some bison to view, a lake that is the victim of years of drought. The area smelled of decay and muddy land drying up....More
We spent a lovely day at Antelope Island State Park which is about 45 min north of Salt Lake City. I'll always remember the beautiful yellow, blue and white colors which were such a contrast to the national parks we visited near Moab earlier on...More
My wife and I wanted to get a feel for the Great Salt Lake, and this fit the bill. Soon after crossing the causeway, we spent some time in the visitor center and learned a bit about the history of the island and how it...More