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Floating the Great Salt Lake at Antelope Island | Bridger Bay | 12 Utah Staycations

We're super excited to share Davis County with you! We've partnered up with Play in Davis to giveaway this epic Staycation, so be sure to enter here. We're going to start things off with Utah's most iconic thing; The Great Salt Lake! It's actually been a while since the Salt Project has visited the Great Salt Lake in the summer. Because that summer Utah heat is brutal. Sometimes those biting gnats are so awful, but lucky for us, they apparently are gone for now! (We totally checked before visiting.) First things first, FOOD. We did take-out from The Bird in

Antelope by Moonlight | Dark Side of The Moon | Review

If you'll recall (maybe you saw our Instagram Story?) we partnered up with Davis County (past post here.) to let you know all about the Antelope by Moonlight bike ride! It's an annual bike ride that's 24 miles on Antelope Island on a full moon night! While I’ve never done any kind of bike race in my life, I feel that I'm not a super newbie to cycling itself. I am for sure a newbie in the racing aspect. For the past 5 years I’ve been doing spin classes at the gym. Since having a baby, I’ve probably only been
Giveaway | Antelope by Moonlight | Dark Side of The Moon harm Mon, 06/19/2017 - 09:09
Have you been to Antelope Island yet? Yes? Well, have you been during a moonlight night sky? What about biking? Because The Salt Project is super excited to let you know about Davis County's Antelope by Moonlight Bike (Non-competitive) Race! This year's theme is "The Dark Side of The Moon." The ride starts July 7, 2017 at 10pm at White Rock Bay and is lit by the full moon. How cool is that? The 24 mile route goes from White Rock Bay to the historic Fielding Garr Ranch and back. It's a fairly easy going ride and everyone is decked

Beacon Knob Hike | Antelope Island

We're continuing with Rhiannon's Antelope Island Hike post. See Buffalo Point Hike here. I didn’t really plan to do this hike at first, but while driving I saw a sign that said “Guided Hiking tour at 1pm” it was 12:55 when I saw the sign and I thought ‘WHY NOT?’ I wanted to take advantage of the 10$ entrance fee! My rule of thumb when hiking with kids is to not be afraid to try it, because you can always bail if the trail is too intense or my kids are too crazy. I was also really interested in the

Buffalo Point Hike | Antelope Island

Antelope island is SO COOL. I love that there are other posts of Antelope Island on the Salt Project. Because really, if you live in northern Utah and you haven't been, you should. That's it. No excuses. It's awesome, and I feel like it's SOOOOO UTAH. This is perfect for Spring. I think that Antelope Island is SO UNIQUE. I love the Bison, I love that it is in the Great Salt Lake. The Great Salt Lake is cool enough as it is, I mean when you look at a map of the US you always know where home is

Antelope Island Winter Part Dos | Adventurin'

After hearing that Camille went out to Antelope Island in the Winter, I knew what my family would be doing for Martin Luther King Day. Luckily, we did completely different things. Just goes to show there is much to do on Antelope Island. We headed on out to Antelope Island on a drizzly, cold January day. First stop, the Visitor Center. Don't worry, Aiko made it there safely with her hiking sticks. Apparently, this Visitor Center has been there for quite a few years. I've never been and for some reason thought that it was new (in the last few

Antelope Island . . . in the Snow?!?

No kidding, Antelope Island is one of my family's favorite places to visit in Utah. My husband grew up nearby Antelope Island, and has fond memories of trekking out here as a kid. I fell in love with the landscape of this place when I was in college, and since then, my husband and I make a point of visiting Antelope Island at least once a year. It's that amazing. We recently visited this awe-inspiring location over the winter break and were enamored by the fact that the island was covered in snow, which made this magical place even more

Friday Feature | Antelope Island

Utah winters can get a bit dull with the lack of snow. Al actually wrote this post for us a few months ago, but with all this rain and hazey weather, I thought it would be perfect for this weeked. I have lived in Utah for about 20 years (nearly my entire life) and only recently visited Antelope Island. A relatively small island residing in the Salt Lake. Home to roughly 750 Bison, Mule Deer, a variety of birdlife and lots of bugs. (or so I've heard) I drove my boys Crew & Milo there purely to get some fresh

Antelope Island Buffalo Round-up

We've heard about the Antelope Buffalo Round-Up for years, I guess we'll just keep on hearing about it, too. Apparently there is a Round-up — before the official Round-up. The first Round-up was the real Round-up we wanted to see. Get it? Well we didn't' either. Let me start from the beginning. It was a fine, glorious November morning as we headed out to the lonely island in the Great Salt Lake. Not really sure where we should go for said Round-up, we headed towards the Fielding Garr Ranch. (It's 19 miles from the Visitor Center.) It was safe to
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