White Rock Bay Campground is one of four campgrounds located on Antelope Island State Park. Due to its proximity to the lake, it's an ideal campground for horses and horseback riding. There are often free-roaming bison grazing in this small valley that can be a delight to watch, but keep your eye out for droppings while making your way to the toilets at night. Dogs are allowed at this campground, but they must remain on a leash and away from the bison.
The campground has 20 primitive sites, meaning water and electricity are not available. Water is available at Bridger Bay Beach, the dump station, and the visitor center. There are numerous vault toilets throughout the campground. Flush toilets and showers are located at the Bridger Bay Beach just 2 miles away. This is a great campground for tents, self-contained RVs, and campers with horses. Please note that the sun can be quite hot in the summer months, and there are no trees or shade structures at this campground. Fires are allowed in the designated fire pits only, and seasonal fire restrictions may be in place. Check with the visitor center for current restrictions and to purchase firewood.