Bridger Bay Campground

Syracuse, Utah

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Bridger Bay, the individual-use campground, has 26 sites, most of which are pull-through. While this campground attracts some RVs, rest assured that Antelope Island isn’t the kind of place where you typically have to worry about raucous partiers. Instead, you’ll find that most visitors here are fascinated by and respectful of the island’s atmosphere. The sites at Bridger Bay are spread around a large one-way loop. There’s no vegetation taller than sagebrush, so you have to do without shade or shield from neighbors (hence the two stars for privacy). Each plot has ample space to pitch a tent on the grassy ground by the table. White Rock Bay Campground, located around jutting Buffalo Point, is for group camping. You may want to check it out (especially site 1) if you’re dead-set against staying close to other campers. The group sites are more spread out from each other, although the ground is only dirt and there’s even less vegetation.
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Bridger Bay, the individual-use campground, has 26 sites, most of which are pull-through. While this campground attracts some RVs, rest assured that Antelope Island isn’t the kind of place where you typically have to worry about raucous partiers. Instead, you’ll find that most visitors here are fascinated by and respectful of the island’s atmosphere. The sites at Bridger Bay are spread around a large one-way loop. There’s no vegetation taller than sagebrush, so you have to do without shade or shield from neighbors (hence the two stars for privacy).

Each plot has ample space to pitch a tent on the grassy ground by the table. White Rock Bay Campground, located around jutting Buffalo Point, is for group camping. You may want to check it out (especially site 1) if you’re dead-set against staying close to other campers. The group sites are more spread out from each other, although the ground is only dirt and there’s even less vegetation.

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Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Syracuse
Campsites: 26
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: 801-649-5742, stateparks.utah.gov/parks/antelope-island; reservations: 800-322-3770, reserveamerica.com
Fees per Night: $15 first night, $12/additional night, $13/additional vehicle
Facilities: Vault toilets, garbage service; drinking water, restrooms, and showers (except in winter) at Bridger Bay Beach.
Driving Directions: Directions to Bridger Bay Campground

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