Upcoming Events- 2021
Mirabilite Tours – January 23, & 24th and February 2, 6, and 7th ONLY
Come see the unique salt formations at the Great Salt Lake State Park! The salt formations are the mineral Mirabilite which will only form mounds under specific winter conditions. Park staff will be giving guided tours to the formations allowing the public an opportunity to experience these unique feature of the Great Salt Lake. Tours begin on the deck of the Visitor Center.
Tours will be $3 per person as well as the $5 per vehicle entrance fee. All visitors hoping to join a tour must pre-register for an available time-slot by calling the Visitor’s Center.
There is a maximum of 15 people allowed per group. Masks are required and social distancing standards will apply. If you are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19 please do NOT attend. Waterproof boots are recommended.
If there are any additional needs necessary please contact the Great Salt Lake State Park to see what accommodations we may have available.
***Tours for January 23 & 24th as well as February 6 & 7th are Sold-Out***
Military Appreciation Day – August TBD
We want to thank all Military members (active, reserve, and veterans) for their service to our country.
More details to come on events and costs.
Special Use Permits
Special Use Permits are required for any events or activities beyond normal park activities. Such activities needing a permit would include any commercial activity, athletic events, music events, bouncy houses, large groups, filming, fishing tournaments, etc. An application and $10 fee is required at least 30 days before the event. Additional forms may be required, such as a Marine Event Form, depending on the type of event. The Park Manager will then review the application and determine if the activity can be approved with a Special Use Permit. The Special Use Permit fee is $50. Additional fees vary depending on the type of event and impact to the park and public.
Link to the Special Use Permit Application: