Interstate 80 is a 2,900-mile transcontinental highway that has many rest stops throughout the country in states such as New Jersey, Indiana, Nebraska, Nevada and California. Most, but not all, of the rest stops on Interstate 80 have access roads for both eastbound and westbound travelers.
In New Jersey, there are Interstate 80 rest stops at mile marker 32 in Wharton, mile marker 21 in Allamuchy and mile markers 1, 6 and 7 in Columbia. Interstate 80 is the primary highway for traveling through central Pennsylvania and, as a result, the highway has many rest stops through the state in places such as Scotrun, White Haven, Mifflinville, Danville and West Middlesex. In Ohio, the rest stops in Windham and Windham are located where Interstate 80 runs concurrent with the Ohio Turnpike; when Interstate 80 runs concurrent with Interstate 90, the rest stops are located in Amherst, Fremont, Genoa, Swanton and West Unity.
Travelers in the West can find rest stops in West Wendover, Wells, Carlin, Beowawe and Reno when traveling through Nevada and in Truckee, Alta, Gold Run and Vallejo when traveling through California. The state of Utah has the fewest stops out of all states that Interstate 80 runs through, with rest stops only found in Echo, Grantsville and Wendover.