This state park has several campgrounds:
Bridger Bay Campground – 26 sites Bridger Bay Campground is great for families and small groups of eight or fewer people. Tents and self-contained RVs are welcome. No water or electricity available. Water is available at Bridger Bay Beach, the Dump Station, and the Visitor Center.
White Rock Bay Campground – 20 sites White Rock Bay Campground is great for groups up to 16 people. Tents and self-contained RVs are welcome. Two equestrian sites are available. No water or electricity. Water is available at Bridger Bay Beach, the Dump Station, and the Visitor Center.
Lakeside Group Campsite – 1 site This large group site is ideal for family reunions and large groups of up to 80 people. Tents and self-contained RVs are welcome.No water or electricity. Water is available at Bridger Bay Beach, the Dump Station, and the Visitor Center.
Ladyfinger Campground – 5 sites Ladyfinger Campground is great for small groups of four or fewer people. Tent camping only (limit of one tent per site). Hike-in sites (approximately 230 feet from parking area). No water or electricity available. Water is available at Bridger Bay Beach, the
We stopped here for two nights without a reservation. The views of the lake are stunning, especially at sunset.
Spent one night basking in the beauty of this park! The scenery is stunbing with bison and antelope roaming free! Saw tond of bison grazing! Stayed at Bridger Bay site # 19. Secluded, yet not too far away from people. Set up the tent facing the mountain range and watched the silhouettes of the antelope prancing in the evening. Such a dreamy place!!
This is a great state park to go and visit. I stayed at site 6 in mid April. There is no tree coverage, but each campsite has an awning for shade. I highly recommend hiking to Frary Peak. There are many other great hikes, buffalo, and antelope.
we stayed here on a cross country adventure. We rolled in past dark, right before the bridge closed for the evening. The air smelt like poo, and there were bugs everywhere.
Never saw a buffalo, or an antelope for that matter. Saw a stunning sun rise had one of our first showers of the trip, and hit the road. set our tents up on asphalt. never swam in the GSL .
There are several campgrounds you can choose from on Antelope island. We enjoyed the day hikes and wildlife on the island, including buffalo. The fee to cross the bridge and 10pm cutoff time was a bit of a pain but overall was very enjoyable camping and location. It can be smelly due to the location, but definitely some unique views that I recommend!
Stayed here one night in Oct. 2015. Beautiful star gazing, great temps. A little buggy on the trails nearby, but no issues near the campsite. There were awnings for the picnic tables which was great, and it was a short walk to the Great Salt Lake! We don't advise mountain biking on the island though! We ended up with 4 flat tires. Also- there are cheap showers at the beach. ($1.50?)
I camped here on the way back to Maine on an extensive road trip. There is a fee to get over the bridge to the island and the bridge does close daily at 10pm so be aware of that. I stayed at the Bridger Bay campground which had unbelievable views of the great salt lake. The one thing that was unfortunate was the brine flies that were in abundance everywhere. They are small tiny flies that really don't bother you much but cover EVERYTHING, your tent, your car, your chair, everything. The sites are not very secluded but given the terrain on the island there is not much you can do about that. Other than those things, the setting is incredible, the sunset unbelievable, and the free roaming buffalo, amazing. I would definitely stay here again, just possibly at a different time of year or with a lot of bug spray.