Interstate rest area with several deciduous trees, surrounded by the Bonneville Salt Flats. There is also a rest stop on the north side (for west bound traffic) that has even fewer trees.
To the average person this looks like a barren rest stop. But to a birder, it can be a very strange migrant trap. A number of migrants have been reported here, struggling to find something to eat in the middle of the barren salt flats. WESTERN TANAGER, HAMMOND'S FLYCATCHER, warblers, and the most surprising find a PACIFIC WREN have all been reported here. There is also some water to the south where a number of waterbirds, including waterfowl, divers, and shorebirds have been seen--including 15 SNOWY PLOVERS in June once.
Heading east on I-80 from Wendover take the exit on your right for the Rest Stop about 10 miles from the state line.