Antelope Island

Rhodes Valley Outfitters welcomes all levels of riders for the Antelope Island experience: From watching Buffalo graze to California Big Horned Sheep navigate a rugged landscape, we guarantee the experience to be breathtaking. We invite everyone to come and have a western heritage experience by bringing your own horse, riding horseback on one of Rhodes Valley Outfitter’s own or in our vintage stagecoach pulled by a team of Clydesdales, we guarantee it to be an experience of a lifetime.


Antelope Island, which is on the south end of Great Salt Lake, is the largest island in the lake. It is a 28,240-acre refuge for huge amounts of wildlife. The island is approximately 15 miles long and 5 miles wide. The size of the island depends on the level of the lake; at low levels, the island becomes a peninsula. The island is primarily a grassland community, with several species of grass. The island consists of several flat slope areas (39%), with 34% medium slopes, and 27% of the island is steep slopes. The lake is outlined with beautiful white sand beaches and wetlands. Frary Peak is the highest point on the island and is 6,596 feet above sea level: That is over 2,000 feet above the lake level. Over forty major freshwater springs and numerous smaller springs are found on the island.


These are just a few of the animals that live on Antelope Island – 700 Bison, 500 mule deer, 230 pronghorn antelope, 120 California big horn sheep, coyotes, jack rabbits, cottontail rabbits, badgers, bobcats, kangaroo rats, mice, red fox, chukar partridge, lizards, and snakes (gopher, blue racer, garter– none of which are poisonous).

Antelope Island Ride Rates

1 Hour
Antelope Experience

$85.00 per rider

2 Hour
Antelope Experience

$105.00 per rider

Added Time

$40.00 per hour, per rider when available

Bring Your Own
Horse Experience

$50.00 per hour, per rider when available

Feel free to call with any questions or to book an Antelope Island Experience with RVO!

(435) 300-8564

Email Us Your Booking Request or Questions

Tips To Keep In Mind When Booking

• Trail rides are offered year-round.
• Riders must be 8 years old to participate.
• No double riding allowed.
• One hour rides are recommended for riders 8 to 12 years old.
• Riders under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
• All rides start off with a 10 to 15-minute arena lesson to introduce horse and rider.
• Please arrive 20 minutes prior to your scheduled time.
• There is a weight limit of 230 lbs, and each rider must be able to mount their horse unassisted.

Cancellation Policy

Rhodes Valley Outfitters has a 48 hour cancelation policy. To cancel a reservation, just call our office at least 48 hours prior to your reservation. If you fail to do so, you are subject to 100 percent of the charge towards your reservation. Inclement weather is the only exception to the 48 hour cancellation policy. For further information, please contact our office.