This "dry camping" campground offers scenic sites, pit toilets, and each site has a paved, covered picnic table. Be advised this campground is for self-contained rigs or tenters, but the scenery, the wildlife and widely-spaced sites make it very enjoyable for a night or two. In addition to the Visitor' Center, there is the historic Garr Ranch House about 11 miles south of the campground on the island, which is well worth a visit. I would advise that spring and fall are the best times to camp here at the Great Salt Lake!
This park is across the road from one of the Great Basin National Park Visitor Centers and just a few miles from the Visitor Center at Lehman Caves. The park has many trees with a lot of bird life, the hosts were friendly, and was very quiet. This park seems to be "undiscovered" as there was only one other rig in the park.
This is a business that obviously cares about it's facility! The hostess greeting us was very friendly and competent. The restroom/shower facilities were the nicest and cleanest we have encountered. We selected a marina view lot, but it appears there are no bad sites! The commercial docks and restaurants are within walking/bicycling distance. We feel the off-season rates between Oct 15 and May 15 are very reasonable.
This is a very scenic, very quiet campground. It is city owned and operated. It is within walking distance of downtown businesses, several restaurants near the docks, the city pool, and the Cultural Center (which hosts many community events). We had no problems with hookups or services within the park. Be aware that the restroom/shower facilities may be locked after 7 or 8 pm!