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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 went here on Labor day and thought it would have been busier, but it wasn't. It is a fantastic place with a beach, lots of wildlife including antelope, deer, and Bison, and the drive is very peaceful. This is a great get-away place if...More
I have lived in this area most of my life. Antelope island is full of bugs. Lots and lots of bugs. It smells as well. There isn't that much to see. There are a few sandy places that are great for picture taking but that's...More
You forget how close this amazing piece of history is. The drive over the bridge brings the scent of salt water. The anticipation of seeing bison and other wildlife brings on excitement. First stop, the information center and museum. There is so much information about...More
Went without my bathing suit in Aug and regretted that decision. It was hot but the water was pleasant. Sure there’s black flies by the shoreline but further out they weren’t such a bother. I got in the water to my thighs. After the beach...More
It costs ten dollars ($10.00) for entry into this park. One takes a long causeway to enter this park. I found the park to be difficult to navigate due to what I found to be ambiguous signage and maps, but I gave myself a lot...More
We were debating making the drive to Antelope and are so glad that we did. It was beautiful, not crowded at all, and has a lot of history. The drive throughout the park is super nice, and you get to see a ton of wildlife....More
My fiancée and I loved our visit to this island. Neither of us expected to see so many bison but we did and loved it. We also got to drive up to a vista point on the island and it was spectacular. We highly recommend...More
Driving over a causeway to get there, we arrived early so there were hardly any other vehicles.
For $10 per car, this was a superb day out. The visitor centre was great, with leaflets galore on everything to do.
We saw two herds of bison...More
This island is outstanding. The views everywhere are fantastic and we saw pronghorn antelope, bison and many types of birds. The visitor center contained very informative displays and a good movie about the island. The best park was that the island was uncrowded and the...More
Plan at least a half day at the park with two hours to swim. Yes you actually float and can swim near the boat docks or on the west side of the lake. However, June is a bit early for swimming since the water will be very... More
Plan at least a half day at the park with two hours to swim. Yes you actually float and can swim near the boat docks or on the west side of the lake. However, June is a bit early for swimming since the water will be very cold. The snow run-off doesn't finish until the end of June. Also in late June you get the first hatches of the black fly which bites and makes being outside impossible. But a better attraction in June is to go see the Buffalo calves. The cows go to the mountains to calve and then come down near the Garr Ranch to feed. So if you want to stand the cold water go for it, but call the park to check and see if the black flies have hatched. if so forget it.