Antelope Island State Park

Drone Regulations for Antelope Island State Park

After a review period, the following guidelines have been set for Antelope Island State Park.

In order to protect peoples’ privacy and enjoyment, along with the well being of our abundant wildlife, the following guidelines and regulations are in place (these are for Antelope Island State Park only. For other areas, please contact those parks directly):

Drones are prohibited at Antelope Island State Park March – November (note: The Davis County Causeway is not part of Antelope Island State Park, and not subject to the same permitting rules outlined here).

In December, January and February, recreational drone permits may be obtained for weekday flight only (not allowed Saturdays and Sundays), within select areas of the park. See map.

Click here for recreational drone permits then return the form to wendywilson@utah.gov, or drop off at the park Visitor Center. Permits must be signed and the fee collected prior to any drone flight.

Private/Recreational Use:
One day permit: $15
Multiple day permit: $30

All drones must be registered with the FAA.

Please contact wendywilson@utah.gov for additional information.