Antelope Island

Antelope Island is the largest island located in the Great Salt Lake, in the state of Utah, United States. The island is a state park and is known for its diverse wildlife, scenic views, and recreational opportunities. The island is home to a wide range of wildlife, including bison, pronghorn, bighorn sheep, and mule deer. It also offers visitors the opportunity to hike, bike, and horseback ride on the island’s numerous trails, as well as to see the island’s scenic views.

The island is also known for its history, as it was an important area for the Shoshone, Goshute and Ute tribes. The island also has a rich pioneer history, and it’s home to several historical sites such as the Fielding Garr Ranch, which was the island’s first permanent settlement. The island is also a popular destination for birdwatching, as it’s home to over 320 bird species. Visitors can also enjoy swimming, boating, fishing and picnicking on the island.

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