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Interstate US-2 Rest Areas

Washington rest areas at a glance... Find out if the rest area has rest rooms, water, picnic tables, phone, handicapped access, RV station (dumping), food vending and more.

Most are maintained and funded by the Washington Department of Transportation. Just keep in mind that some may be closed due to the Winter Season or for maintenance needs, its best to have an alternate rest stop just in case.

Get complete Washington Rest Area facility infomation by clicking on the Rest Area links below.

Washington US-2 Rest Areas at a Glance

Multidirectional Access


Belvin Lake Rest Area

Restrooms available at this rest area Picnic area facility at rest area Phone available at this rest area Handicap access available at this rest area Kiosk or Historical Marker at this rest area

Multidirectional Access on US-2 (9 miles East of Skykomish, WA)

Milepost 58 - no trucks | MAP


Nason Creek Rest Area

Restrooms available at this rest area Picnic area facility at rest area Phone available at this rest area Handicap access available at this rest area RV dump station available at this rest area Kiosk or Historical Marker at this rest area

Multidirectional Access on US-2 (17.9 miles West of Davenport, WA)

Milepost 81 - dump station | MAP


Nason Creek Rest Area

Restrooms available at this rest area Picnic area facility at rest area Phone available at this rest area Handicap access available at this rest area

Multidirectional Access on US-2 (12.9 miles West of Davenport, WA)

Milepost 238 | MAP


Interstate 5
Interstate I5 Rest Areas

Of the 57 Washington roadside Rest Areas Interstate I5 has the majority at total of 15 rest areas. Covering the major Northern and Southern Washington corridor...

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