Ladyfinger Campground is the smallest of the four campgrounds on Antelope Island State Park aside from the Lakeside Group Campsite, which is for a single group. It's a great campground for smaller groups that has great views of the lake and even offers shade shelters. From the campground, there is a short 0.2-mile trial that leads out to Lady Finger Point for additional views of Bridger Bay Beach and the Great Salt Lake.
Each of the five sites are a short 230-foot walk from the parking area. Though the campground is small, the sites are spread out and have lots of vegetation surrounding them to help provide a little privacy. There is no water or electricity located at Ladyfinger Campground, but you can find water at Bridger Bay Beach, the dump station, and the visitor center. While there are only vault toilets at the campground, you can find flush toilets and showers at Bridger Bay Beach just a mile away.