Birds and bison are among the wildlife that make their home at this preserve northwest of Salt Lake City, Utah.
By Sue Hansen
The setting: the largest saltwater lake in the Western Hemisphere. The place: a large land mass surrounded by its water. The inhabitants: a few people and an abundance of wild animals.
What better location for an island camping experience that promises pristine beauty and solitude amid huge amounts of history, both natural and human? Plus, this place is not far off the beaten path, offering an easy excursion for those traveling through Utah.