Antelope Island State Park
4528 West 1700 South, Syracuse, Utah 84075
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Approximately 41 miles north of Salt Lake City. Take Exit 332 off Interstate 15, then drive west on Antelope Drive for 7 miles to the park entrance, then another 7 miles to the island.
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46 RV Sites, 51 Tent Sites, 2 Horse Sites, 1 Group Site, 51 No Hookup
$12.00 - $24.00
Facilities & Services
Dump Station, No Showers, No Water, Pit Toilets
Biking, Canoeing, Hiking, Kayaking, Swimming
All Ages, Pet Restrictions
Max RV Length 90 ft
Lakeside group camping area can accommodate up to 80 campers. Fee is $160/night.
Max RV Length
Firepit / Fire Ring
2017 Rates are per site
Daily Rates: $12.00 - $24.00
Facilities and Services
Available at Bridger Bay Beach, 2 miles away
Showers are available at Bridger Bay Beach, 2 miles away
Water is available at Bridger Bay Beach, 2 miles away
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A peaceful and quiet campground only minutes from town
November 29, 2011
Antelope Island State Park seems to be one of those places that polarize people when they visit: They either love it and can't wait to go back, or they didn't like it and wouldn't care to return. I'm happy to be among the former.
The park's close proximity to the Wasatch Front means that I can take off on a thursday evening after work, arrive early enough to get set up, and then spend Friday morning working out of my RV while the kids play. Since the park is on the western side of the island, it is remarkably quiet and peaceful, absent of any city lights. In fact, it reminds me of camping along an ocean beach, and sunsets are often spectacular.
The naysayers don't like the bugs (just bring repellant), and sparse vegetation. You'll often see bison, pronghorn, coyotes, birds, etc. roaming around the campground. The campsites are very nice, with covered picnic tables, BBQ grills, and long pull-throughs.
We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
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