Antelope Island

Antelope Island State Park

Antelope Island is rich in scenic beauty and natural features. Visitors can hike, mountain bike or horseback ride the park’s back-country trails for incredible views of the Great Salt Lake and the surrounding island scenery. One can also spend a star-filled night in one of several primitive campsites, stroll along sandy beaches and take a dip in the lake’s salty waters, or step back in time with a visit to the Historic Fielding Garr Ranch.

Viewing it from the “mainland,” you’d think that the island was barren and deserted. But the its 28,022 acres are home to an outstanding variety of flora and fauna native to the Great Basin. It’s a fantastic place to view wildlife! The island is home to coyotes, bobcats, deer, antelope, and many varieties of birds and waterfowl. But most famous are the island’s free-range American Bison. They were introduced to the park in 1893 and now number around 600!

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