Great Salt Lake and the North and West Sides



A visit to northern Utah isn't complete without a trip to the Great Salt Lake. The best way to experience this 1,700-square-mile body of water (it's a little smaller than the state of Delaware) is a half-day excursion to Antelope Island. There’s no place in the country like this state park, home to millions of waterfowl and hundreds of bison and antelope, and surrounded by some of the saltiest water on earth. Drive the 7-mile narrow causeway that links the shoreline, then explore the historic ranch house and miles of hiking trails, and try a buffalo burger at the small café.

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