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This campground has 3 loops. 1 for tents, 1 for medium size trailers. 1 for large trailers. Check the website or call the guard station before booking to double check. It's close to 2 reservoirs, tons of dirt bike and side by side trails, and Heber city. There's also a few group sites with pavilions. We've stayed here multiple times in tent, RV, and group sites. Medium shade, but the bathrooms and showers are nice.
Close to Favis and Weber counties, this is a great place for 1 or 2 night stays. We usually stay here every spring. The campground is a short walk to the "beach." There is a great picnic area between the boat ramp and campground. In the spring the water is right up near it. Later in the summer, the water goes down and there is a real nice beach for kids to play. Not many trees but pretty good campground.
Stayed here for 1 night. We were up early, at the crack of dawn. As we prepared to break down the tent, a HUGE bull moose wandered out of the woods, looked around, then walked by my camping spot & the one right next to mine. I was sitting in my car, putting my sleeping bag inside, so my photo did not come out very well.
The camp site was amazing! Slept very soundly. They sky at night was amazing!
Hands down the best campground for sunset views on all of Antelope Island! The sunsets in the fall, and winter are the best as the bugs have gone down considerably and therefore you won't get eaten alive! Hues of all different kinds of colors reflect off the perfect mirror surface of the Great Salt Lake and give you an endless sunset much like at the Bonneville Salt Flats. I would have given this campground 5 stars if there was any shade whatsoever but there isn't any!
This campground is pretty primitive in that there is no drinking water available and only vault toilets available with picnic tables and a fire ring at each campsite. There are only 20 sites with 2 equestrian sites that go for 40$ a night. The closest drinking water is at Bridger Bay Campground and there is also a grill on the island that is open during the summer.
This campground much like the others in this canyon is situated along the banks of the South Fork of the Ogden River. Before you get to Causey Reservoir and Weber Memorial Park, this is the biggest campground you'll encounter. There are 35 single sites @23$ and 8 double sites @46$. Some campsites are reservable and some are walk in sites. A picnic table and metal fire ring is at each site along with vault toilets and drinking water scattered throughout the campground. The campsites in the teens seemed to be the closest to the creek
As for activities to do in the area, there are plenty of options! Right by most of the campsites you can fly fish or set off on a tubing adventure down the Ogden River! It is required that you have a life jacket before setting off. If you're looking for bigger accumulations of water you can either head back down canyon to the huge Pineview Reservoir or head up canyon to the steep walled Causey Reservoir!
A campground better suited for large gatherings rather than secluded getaways. It also serves as a nice place to have a picnic for a day trip as they also have spots specifically for that. Other than the day sites they also have 9 single sites, 6 double sites, 1 triple site, and 3 group sites. There's more non standard sites than there are normal single sites which gives you an idea of how many people would be in the area if everything were booked up on a busy weekend or holiday. As with the rest of the sites in the canyon there are picnic tables and fire rings as well as vault toilets and drinking water spread throughout the compound. There is also a trail system to the south that leads to river access for tubing or fishing.
While a little bit larger than its Upper Meadows twin it still sits on the south side of the river away from the road and therefore offers a bit of natural tranquility. The campground is about half the size of the Perception Park Compound but will hold maybe 1/6 of the people so you'll have lots of distance between your neighbors. You can choose from 17 single sites or 6 double sites @ 23$ and 46$ respectively. Like the other campgrounds in the canyon the amenities are fairly primitive with fire rings and picnic tables at each site with drinking water spigots and vault toilets scattered throughout the playground.
For fun things to do in the area there is Causey Reservoir which is only a few miles up canyon! It is a wonderful spot to kayak, canoe, or SUP around and also to access the cliffs for some deep water solo climbing!