In winter, at least, this State Park is a fascinating and very quiet place to visit. It's the best way to get a sense of the natural history and current ecosystems of the Great Salt Lake. The Island is surprisingly varied, with beaches, numerous rock formations, and some impressive hills. The easy visibility from the road of the large resident herd of bison and smaller animals such as antelope was a nice bonus. The Visitor Center is well done, though fairly small.
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