Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Salt Flat

#63 of 222 in Nature in Texas
Guadalupe Mountains National Park is located in Salt Flat. Our Salt Flat road trip planner makes visiting Guadalupe Mountains National Park and other Salt Flat attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • This is a great, quick visit national park. There is a nice visitor center and some beautiful vistas along with hiking trails. There are no loop roads to drive through like many national parks, but....  more »
  • Arrived early in the a.m. before the Visitor Center opened. Did some birding in the parking lot area, then started the Guadalupe Peak trail. Spent a few hours on the trail but had to turn around...  more »
  • Took the trail to Devil's Hall. Let me say. I'm not an avid hiker (out of shape), but gave this a go. They're not kidding about taking a gallon of water, you'll need it! All their trails are well marked and start out easy to find. Devil's Hall was quite the challenge for a novice like me but well worth it. Staff are really helpful too.
  • I LOVE this place. As a National Park, I don't believe it gets as much love as it should. This place is isolated, pristine and unpopulated. At Guadalupe, you'll find an abundance of solitude, quiet and scenic beauty. I saw a couple of deer and a large herd of desert bighorn. The trails in the park are well maintained and easy to follow. The campground is first come basis but there's plenty of sites. I personally loved the staff. Super friendly and you get the sense they too, love the place.

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