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Have you decided it's finally time to visit the Bonneville Salt Flats? Are you worried there isn't much to do heading out west on I-80? There is plenty to do and see.
We've compiled a sweet list of roadside oddities and natural beauties. All along I-80 you'll find random art installations, evidence of people getting stuck trying to drive on the wet, crusty earth, love messages made out of rocks and even our own Utah Loch Ness.
This might be the shortest way to get to The Great Salt Lake. Park at the Great Saltair parking lot and take the quick trek to the Great Salt Lake.
Just behind The Great Saltair, you'll find beach access to The Great Salt Lake. The lake is very shallow here and you can walk out into the water for a LONG time before it even reaches your knees.
It's kind of a sad tree now, but it's always a fun stop to stretch your legs.
Need to brush up on your Scuba Diving? Here's the perfect place to Scuba certify. Or if you just want to take a dip with some tropical fish in the middle of the desert, we've got just the place!
40 square miles of salty crusty earth. Race you cars, brings some bikes, have a picnic, bring your remote control car, lick the salt (well don't really) and watch the sunset.