Washington Rest Area Locations
Washington rest areas are typically roadside facilities that provide, at a minimum, parking and restrooms. Although some may have information kiosks, vending machines, and picnic areas. There are some that have even have dump station facilities, where RVers may empty their sewage holding tanks.
They are mainly maintained by the Washington Department of Transportation. Some may be closed due to maintenance issues, its always best to have an alternate rest stop just in case.Click the links below...
Washington State Rest Area Links
WA Interstate Highways
Washington State Highways
Washington US Highways
Of all the Washington roadside rest areas Interstate I5 has a total of 14 rest areas. Covering the major North and South Washington corridor...More
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Time to take a break from driving? Make it a Washington Rest Area stop. Find one here fast!...More