Have you been to the Salt Flats?

Bonneville Salt Flats is a bucket list destination and one you’ll absolutely want to add to your road trip itinerary when you visit Utah The famous Bonneville salt flats stretch for over 30,000 acres and are right off of Interstate-80. The Salt Flats were formed when the lake of the same name dried up. The lake was massive and the salt deposits were left after the water evaporated. The Bonneville Salt Flats is open to the public most of the year and the entrance is free. And Yes, you can drive on the salt flats, but please check the information about the seasonal differences of driving there. The Bonneville Salt Flats actually can become salt ponds during most of the year. If the salt flats have water on them, it can become a bit dangerous to drive on too.

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