Come Visit Our City
Come experience the "Inland Ocean" where you can float in the salt water without a life jacket; experience the history of Syracuse; enjoy the many parks and amenities in Syracuse, including a skate park and Jensen Nature Park along with fishing ponds and more. While you're here, take a long walk or ride your bike along the 7 miles of Historical Emigrant Trails with more trail miles to be added soon.
Syracuse is the place to be. Enjoy life and enjoy our community.
Learn more about the history of Syracuse by clicking on the link above.
View the demographics of Syracuse City by clicking on the link above.
View Information about the parks located in Syracuse City by clicking the link above.
View and download maps of Syracuse City by clicking the link above.
Syracuse offers top notch schools that are located in close proximity to our residential neighborhoods. Many students walk or bike to school. Click here for additional school district information. The 2010 census shows that 95% of our adult residents have at least a high school diploma compared to a 84% national average. The city is less than an hour's drive from three comprehensive regional universities in Weber State University, Utah State University and University of Utah. Many Utah universities also offer online classes through our fast internet infrastructure. Click here for a directory of online classes offered.
Antelope Island State Park
Syracuse City is the gateway to Antelope Island State Park. The park offers many recreational activities and facilities including beaches, showers, grills, hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails, visitor center, art displays, exhibits, gift shop, and the historic Fielding Garr Ranch. An entrance fee of $9.00 per vehicle is required for entry, overnight camping is $12.00, and bicycle or pedestrian entrance fee is $4.00. For more information, please contact Antelope State Park at 773-2941 or visit their website by clicking the link above.