La Sal del Rey, or “the King’s Salt,” is one of three naturally occurring salt lakes in South Texas. Sitting atop an estimated four million tons of salt, these hypersaline lakes are seven times saltier than the ocean.
Definitely an interesting place to visit. The maybe a bit over half a mile to the Lake itself and then however much you want to walk in it. maybe another miles to where you really see the salt deposits.
Plenty of track of deer or other huffed animals. We went on a pretty cool day , I can only imagine how it must feel on hot texas day…
We plan to come back next year and bring the bicycles and go further back where there are more salt deposits.