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View east from Antelope Island.Antelope Island State Park

Antelope Island State Park
4528 West 1700 South
Syracuse, Utah 84075-6861
Phone: 801-773-2941 or 801-725-9263

 

 

 

 


This is Utah's largest state park and can only be accessed by boat or across a causeway. Wild buffalo and antelope are often seen. There are several trails that lead to excellent views of the Great Salt Lake and the Wasatch Front. Antelope Island is the largest island in the Great Salt Lake.


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Area

28,022 acres

Elevation

The base of the island is at 4,200 feet in elevation, with the highest peak at 6,596 feet.

Fees

The day-use fee is $7.00, which includes a$3.00 causeway fee; $3.00 per bicycle.

Hours

Open year-round; summer: 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.; winter: dawn to dusk.

Facilities

There is a Visitor Center, picnicking, group pavilions, boating, swimming, biking, horseback riding, and plenty of wildlife.

Directions

To reach Antelope Island, take I-15 to exit 335 (Syracuse/Freeport Center). Travel west nine miles west on Antelope Drive to the entrance gate.

Coordinates

Map Coordinates (NAD83): 41 00.992N; 112 12.505W

Weather

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Regulations and Precautions

  • Vehicles must remain on roads.
  • Use of firearms, slingshots, or fireworks is prohibited.
  • No animals are allowed on Bridger Bay Swim Beach.
  • Dogs must be on a 6 foot leash.
  • Egg Island is accessible August through February. It is a nesting area from March through July.
  • Do not approach buffalo. Buffalo can weigh 2,000 pounds and sprint at 30 m.p.h. They may appear tame, but are wild, unpredictable and dangerous.

Archaeological Resources Protection Act Hotline: 800-227-7286.

Antelope Island State Park, Utah.

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