There is no minimum requirement for the number of rest stops located along interstate highways. The wording in the document that established policy for safety rest areas on the interstate highway system called for a suff... More »

To locate highway rest areas in a given region, go to Google Maps or MapQuest.com, choose a location and type "highway rest area" into the search bar. The websites then pull up lists of rest stops and similar services in... More »

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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... More »

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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 Inter... More »

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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... More »

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An online map of rest stops along Interstate 75 is located at restareas.appspot.com. This site actually offers a map of all rest stops in the continental United States. Zooming in along the route of Interstate 75 narrows... More »

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As of 2015, the Pennsylvania Turnpike has 17 rest stops, or service plazas, that are open 24 hours a day, offering fuel, fast food outlets and restrooms. At five of the rest stops, Oakmont Plum, New Stanton, Bowmansville... More »

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