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Utah State Parks

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Utah
Northern Region
Great Salt Lake State Park
Great Salt Lake State Park Bison roaming © hiroko primm
Bison, Bison where do you roam
Great Salt Lake State Park Mirror,mirror © hiroko primm
Clear mirror like image at salt lake
Great Salt Lake State Park feel the breez © hiroko primm
Overlooking the great salt lake. What a view I wish you were here.
Great Salt Lake State Park Grasslands of Antelope Island © Jonathan Fitzgerald
Great Salt Lake State Park Antelope Island © Tony Jarry
Picture that was shown in an Orlando Gallery recently.
Great Salt Lake State Park Where the Buffalo Roam © Dawn Griffith
Antelope Island
Great Salt Lake State Park Young Antelope © Dawn Griffith
Antelope Island
Great Salt Lake State Park Landscape © Dawn Griffith
Antelope Island
Great Salt Lake State Park Antelope © Dawn Griffith
Antelope Island
Great Salt Lake State Park Great Salt Lake_2 © Dawn Griffith
Antelope Island
Great Salt Lake State Park Great Salt Lake_1 © Dawn Griffith
Antelope Island
Great Salt Lake State Park In Flight © Dawn Griffith
Antelope Island
Great Salt Lake State Park Rocks Along the Shore © Dawn Griffith
Antelope Island
Great Salt Lake State Park Buffalo Warning Sign © Dawn Griffith
Antelope Island
GREAT SALT LAKE STATE PARK
GREAT SALT LAKE STATE PARK
Great Salt Lake State Marina offers spectacular views of sunsets over the Great Salt Lake and provides marina access for sailors, sculling enthusiasts, other boaters, and bird watchers. A remnant of ancient Lake Bonneville, the Great Salt Lake covers more than 2,000 square miles and is several times saltier than the ocean. The lake attracts more than 257 species of birds, depending on the season.
History of the Area
Utah State Parks and Recreation opened this area as a park in 1975. In 1980, the marina was enlarged with new boat docks.

Between 1983 and 1987, the Salt Lake area experienced a lot of precipitation which caused the Great Salt Lake to rise far past its average level of 4,200 feet. The surface elevation rose to 4211.5 feet above sea level. This rise destroyed roads, parking areas, buildings and breakwalls. The marina was rebuilt in 1987 and reopened in September of that year.
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Location
Great Salt Lake State Park is located near Clearfield, Kaysville and Layton


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