Very nice primitive campground with clean pit toilets in a very nice State Park (15$ Entrance fee and 15$ Camping Fee). There is a lot of space between the sites, every site has a great view of the lake especially at sunset. Bison, Mule Deer and Pronghorn are nearby and can easily be spotted. Unfortunately the No-See-Ums and Mosquitos were really active.
Showers with hot water are available at the campsite.
Why? By checking in after you’ve visited a place you let others know this place is still functional. You can also add or correct any information.
Very quiet location. We had bison wander right through our campsite just before sunset. Camping fee for a no-hookup site is $30, which includes the $15 park fee. $40 for a site with power and water. Note: On Nov 13 the water in the campsites was shut off for the winter. The bathrooms are clean, and the showers are hot with good pressure.Report Check-In
Beautiful island with wild bison roaming. The first night some bison came to graze on grass right next to my van. I stayed inside and watched from a distance. The facilities here are very clean. Showers for $1 down by the lakefront. It’s VERY buggy, so have spray ready and preferably bug nets or screens for going in and out of your rig. I got eaten alive, but the views and hikes were worth it. $30/night with free dump station and fresh water fill.Report Check-In
Super camping. Pour 15$ en plus des 15$ d’entrée dans le parc naturel : douche chaude, emplacement avec électricité, brasero et espace pique nique. Le tout avec vue sur la plage du lac. Vraiment chouette !Report Check-In
Arriving an hour prior to sunset was an absolute treat – the view toward the western expanse of the Great Lake was utterly breathtaking. Although I didn't explore the entire park by car, settling into the Bridger Bay campground seemed to offer the complete sunset immersion. The facilities were impeccably maintained, and we even had a few bison drop-ins throughout the night. Both T-Mobile and AT&T boasted solid 4G coverage. The cost is $30 for those without a reservation, and each site boasts a sheltered picnic table and a fire pit. I adored the experience and can't wait to return for more!Report Check-In
Stayed there one night without reservation.
Payed $40 Dollar for place with electricity and water.
Running toilets and showers were close by and beautiful view.
Every spot has a fireplace and picnic table.
Dump station at entrance to the camp available.Report Check-In
Très beaux terrains de camping avec belle vue sur le lac. 30$us pour la nuit sans service. Très tranquille aussi et bon réseau cellulaire. Par contre, il y a ÉNORMÉMENT de maringouins et il est impossible de sortir du campeur sans se faire piquer. On nous a dit qu'ils sont présents tout l'été donc préparez vous en conséquences.Report Check-In
très beaux espaces de camping face au lac. par contre, ÉNORMÉMENT de maringouins. On nous a dit qu'ils sont présents TOUT l'été. Impossible de sortir du campeur sans se faire piquer donc préparer vous en conséquence.Report Check-In
Stayed here several times. Very nice campground with fairly new bathrooms, showers that are free for campers. Hookups $40, $30 without. Includes entrance fees and causeway fees which is $15+ for regular day use which makes it a good deal. Decent cell signal. Great options for hiking and it's all dog friendly. Bison hangs out between camp sites sometimes. Nice dump station at camp entrance with water fill.Report Check-In
nice made campground 40 dollar for hook ups incl. entry to the park is fine. they should also put plastic recycling container on each campground to help recycleReport Check-In
As described. We stayed at a site with water and power in order to run the AC -it was 103° outside. $40 for hookups, $30 for dry. Good view of the lake.Report Check-In
beautiful place had to pay 30$ for campsite and parkentrance. sunset great saw bizons antilope old ranch. worth the milion bites from mosquitosReport Check-In
Free roaming bison and this area feels pre-historic in some ways. So much history here it’s an amazing place to see. Good camp sites and well spaced out. Bathrooms and showers pretty decent for a campground. Mosquitoes were intense though. Beautiful area hikes.Report Check-In
As others, great park/camp and entry fee is min $10 plus $10 Camp - a steal! Not that busy, I’m arriving late afternoon of Sat on Labor Day weekend and still spots. Wildlife great plus birding along causeway looks awesome. Great place to bike and hike w stunning views even through smoke haze (moderate AQ).Report Check-In
Nice sites, well worth the $20. Other reviews on here are accurate. Beware of mosquitos/flies/fleas in April and May.Report Check-In
Great little simple place to crash. Lot 5 is next to the pit toilets. Verizon cell service around 2-3 bars with we boost.Report Check-In
$20 per night, wildlife is amazing! Spaced out well for organized campground. CleanReport Check-In
As described. Nice camp site and well maintained. I'm here on a normal Wednesday and quite a few sites been used, so it's popular but worth it. For showers you can take a long walk (20 min), bike or drive (5-10min). 4 quarters ($1) for 4 min.Report Check-In
all I can say is wow. Each campsite has a covered table and a fire pit over a concrete slab. never muddy. also each site has an amazing view of the Great Salt Lake. It's $20 for the first night and 17 after that.Report Check-In
Very nice view from this rather small place. Now the flies are gone and it's really pleasant and beautiful here. Sun's bearable, too. Close to the beach and "Grill" food place area there are showers (4 quarters) and flush toilets. CG itself has nothing exept pit toilets.Report Check-In
A good little state campground, needs more shade but that not why it here. Amazing sunset on the great salt lake cold and pay hot showers at the beach. 50 plus head of bison on the south tip of the island rode mtb, just be very careful about that one, they will charge and winReport Check-In
Very nice primitive campground with clean pit toilets in a very nice State Park (10$ Entrance fee and 10$ Camping Fee). There is a lot of space between the sites, every site has a great view of the lake especially at sunset. Bison, Mule Deer and Pronghorn are nearby and can easily be spotted. Unfortunately the No-See-Ums and Mosquitos were really active.Report Check-In