Antelope Island State Park

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Antelope Island State Park


(801) 773-2941

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Things To Do


Antelope Island is the largest island in the Great Salt Lake. It is reached via a 7.2 mile causeway. Activities include saltwater bathing, bird watching, camping, hiking, biking, horseback riding, picnicking, sunbathing, exploring historical sites, photography and viewing wildlife in its natural habitat. Watchable wildlife viewing opportunities abound with a herd of 500 bison, deer, coyotes, antelope, bighorn sheep, shorebirds, and waterfowl. Facilities include modern rest rooms, hot showers, picnic shelters, group-use pavilion, boat launching ramp, marina and visitor center.

Map of Antelope Island (UT)

Latitude, Longitude: 41.088723, -112.116775



  • Boating

    Kayaking and canoeing are allowed. Boatslips and dry storage are available.

  • Bicycling

    Trails are open to mountain biking and road cycling.

  • Auto/Motorcycle

    Please contact park services for more information.

  • Camping

    Bridger Bay Campground has 75 sites available for reservation.

  • Hiking

    Our trails are designed to be equally enjoyable for both the beginner and expert trail rider. You can look forward to spectacular views of the Great Salt Lake and surrounding areas. The trails also offer excellent opportunities to view the island's wildlife. The backcountry trail currently consists of 16 miles of double track traveling south from White Rock Bay. The heart of the trail is the 9.2 mile White Rock Bay loop. One of the three spurs off the loop travels to Beacon Knob, which is the highest point on the trail towering 800 feet above the Great Salt Lake.

  • Picnicking

    Picnic sites available.

  • RVing

    Bridger Bay Campground has many RV sites.

  • Water Sports

    Sailing and swimming are allowed.

  • Winter Sports

    Snowshoeing is offered.



Take Exit 335 off I-15, drive west along Antelope Drive to 7.5 mile causeway.

Phone Numbers


(801) 773-2941