Great Salt Lake State Park

Events

Upcoming Events- 2021

October Full Moon Walk – October 20

***You must pre-register for this event using this link: https://form.jotform.com/212734451949058***
Everyone must pre-register, we will only have 100 people max capacity on this tour. If you are not pre-registered we can not guarantee you will have a spot on the tour. Please Pre-register before 8pm on October 19th as the form will close.
Join a park ranger for an evening stroll across the expanse of Silver Sands Beach. The walk will a little after sunset, and we will watch as the moon rises and casts its reflection over the Great Salt Lake.
This is the 5th and final part of our Full Moon Walk Series. Each walk has a different topic. Octobers Topic will be Myths and Legends of the Great Salt Lake.
Meet at the observation point just past the visitor center at 6:55 pm. The Moon is scheduled to begin to rise at 7:00 pm so please be prompt. We will walk and talk as we wait for the moon to rise above the Wasatch mountains.
The walk will consist of approximately 1/2 mile along relatively flat terrain with typical beach hazards. Flashlights are recommended, though we will keep them off for much of the time. They will be helpful on the walk back. Bug Spray is also recommended
The event tour is $3 per person + the $5 (per vehicle) to enter the park. Dogs are welcome but must be on leash.
*This event may be canceled if weather is cloudy or bad.
** This is event is held at the Great Salt Lake Marina in Magna, and NOT on Antelope Island.
You must pre-register for this event using this link: https://form.jotform.com/212734451949058

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:

https://c0768b41-dce0-4b05-a541-6b752eb920b7.filesusr.com/ugd/a1126a_f8bbdc244a7b4c2a8543e9681d5cab27.pdf