The hikes are:
Antelope Island State Park
Option 1 • Frary Gravesite Interpretive Trail. It's an easy 1-mile loop with mild elevation gain. Meet at the Frary Gravesite Interpretive Trail parking lot at 12:45 p.m. The parking lot is about 7 miles down the East Side Road heading toward Fielding Garr Ranch and is at least a 20-minute drive after you have passed the park entrance.
Option 2 • Mulberry Grove Trail Hike. This trail is a moderate 4-mile round trip with almost no elevation gain. The Mulberry Grove is not open to the public during the year, so this is a rare chance to see the historic Mulberry Orchard that supported early island inhabitants' silk production efforts. The meeting also is at 12:45 p.m. at the Frary Gravesite Interpretive Trail parking lot.
Option 3 • North Side of Buffalo Point Trail. This is a moderate-to-strenuous, 2-mile loop hike with 350 feet of elevation gain in the first half-mile. The trail loops around a high point on the island and provides great vistas. Bison are often on this trail. Meet at 12:45 p.m. at the Bridger Bay Campground at Site No. 14. It is at least a 15-minute drive from the park entrance.
Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park
Ponderosa GPS History Hike • This is a moderate, 1 ½-mile round trip hike over beautiful burnished sandscapes and maybe snow to a grove of ancient ponderosa trees. Meet at 10:45 a.m. at the visitors center.
Dead Horse Point State Park
Bighorn Overlook Trail • This is a moderate, 3-mile round trip overlooking the red sandstone vistas of the park. Meet at 12:45 p.m. at the visitors center.