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Grand Saline, Texas

Grand Saline grew from a primitive salt works facility established in 1845 to what is now the site of one of the largest salt plants in the nation. The salt dome under the city is about 1.5 miles across and some 16,000 feet thick. It could supply the world's need for salt for 20,000 years.

An historical marker in the city details the life of Wiley Post, the famous aviator, who was born in Grand Saline.

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Things to do near Grand Saline, TX

Ray Roberts Lake Fishing

Ray Roberts Lake has emerged into a very productive fishing lake, growing in popularity among anglers. The current lake recor...

Benbrook Lake Boating

Benbrook Lake has boat-launching ramps in all parks and at both marinas. These boat ramps are concrete and have from one to t...

Historical Home Tours

Yorktown features many historic structures, some dating to the mid- and late-1800s. Self-guided tours are available of these ...

Cooper Lake Horseback Riding Trails

Riders are rewarded with panoramic views of Cooper Lake, rides through forest shade and many opportunities to view wildlife w...