This little-known island offers a western US adventure: primitive camping and the opportunity to watch the island's resident herd of American bison roaming free in this magnificent setting. Sunsets over Great Salt Lake, the largest salt lake on the continent, have a magical quality as the sun reflects perfectly off the smooth surface of the lake.
- 26 campsites
- Dry toilets only
- No potable water (stock up before you arrive)
- Nearby restaurant open for lunch ($)
NB : This campground doesn't have sites with hookups or showers. The nearest showers are a mile away ($).
Antelope Island Rd, Antelope Island, (UT)
Exceptional site not to be missed if you like isolation and nature
(Translated by Google) Bison in the middle of the campsite and an exceptional view at sunset. Memorable!
Presence of a dump station
Odors of the lake sometimes bothersome
At the edge of Salt Lake
(Translated by Google) Well placed before returning the motorhome to Salt Lake City. Located on an island where you can see bison and antelope.
Good to know: it's very hot there in the summer so hiking is difficult and the lake is very dirty with a lot of midges on the surface so it's not really a paradise for swimming.
Fine for one night before returning the RV but no more.