Where Are Some California Highway Rest Stops?


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Some California Highway rest stops include Tejon Pass on Interstate 5 in Kern County, Enoch Christoffersen off Route 99 in Stanislaus County, Wildwood off of Interstate 10 in San Bernardino County and Camp Roberts off of Route 101 in Monterey County. Tejon Pass has two rest stops, northbound and southbound, roughly 3.5 miles north of Gorman. Both have plenty of shade trees, picnic areas, restrooms, phones, vending machines and RV sanitation stations.

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Northbound and southbound rest stops are available at Enoch Christoffersen, roughly 2.3 miles south of Turlock. Both also have plenty of shade and many of the same amenities as the Tejon Pass rest stops, except that there are no RV sanitation stations.

Wildwood, about one mile west of Calimesa, is on the eastbound side of Interstate 10, but an access road from the westbound lanes is available. It has the same amenities except for the vending machines and the RV sanitation stations. People going to Palm Springs often use this rest stop.

Camp Roberts has two rest stops about 8.5 miles north of San Miguel. In keeping with the Monterey County Spanish-style architecture, the buildings resemble adobes with red roofs. All services are available except for the RV sanitation stations. Both of the rest stops have plenty of shade trees.

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