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Welcome to the Interstate Rest Areas website. The information presented here will help you locate rest areas across the United States. There are several ways to view the information:

Be sure to check out our book, Rest Area Guide. It’s available at Amazon and other online retailers and is useful for when you don’t have an Internet connection.

Lost Items

If you believe you’ve lost or left an item in a rest area, you’ll need to contact the appropriate State Department of Transportation (DOT) office. Each state’s DOT office is responsible for maintaining rest areas. They may be able to assist you with items lost or left behind in a rest area. Please do not contact us as we are unable to assist you.

Overnight Parking Rules

Some states allow weary travelers to sleep in their vehicles as long as needed; others place a time limit on how long you should stay. Time limits are not generally strictly enforced unless there is reason to believe the rules are being abused.

Camping is not permitted in any rest area. Camping is generally defined as setting up a tent or sleeping on the ground. Sleeping in your RV is not considered camping. There are some rest areas, however, in Oregon and Montana that provide access to a state park or national forest in which camping is permitted. In some turnpike service plazas in Ohio, overnight RV parking spaces are available for a nominal fee.

Overnight parking rules vary by state. For an overview, please select the link below.

If you have specific questions regarding rest area usage rules, please contact the state’s DOT office; don’t contact us as we cannot assist you.

Frequently Asked Questions

To learn the answer to some common questions, refer to the link below:


Welcome Centers & Rest Areas

INDOT currently operates 17 rest area locations, with 28 separate rest area facilities on Indiana’s interstate highways. Eleven rest area locations have buildings on both sides of the interstate (22 buildings) while eight sites are located on only one side of the interstate.

Each INDOT rest area and welcome center contains parking lots and driveways, various building types, restroom facilities, water fountains, picnic areas, vending services, numerous other site amenities, and a variety of tourism/traveler related services.
Vending services for INDOT rest areas and welcome centers are provided by Indiana Family and Social Services Administration division of Blind and Visually Impaired Services in accordance with Indiana Code. Local tourist organizations operate the tourist information services through the Indiana Tourism Commission at the welcome centers.

INDOT rest areas and welcome centers have parking areas allotted for buses, tractor-trailer trucks, and recreational vehicles. INDOT rest areas/welcome centers currently have 1,444 semi-truck parking spaces across the state – an average of 48 parking spaces at each facility.

Rest areas/welcome centers are highly regulated by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Since FHWA funding is used to build rest areas, a number of federal laws govern the use of rest areas. Federal law prohibits commercialization and privatization of rest areas. Federal law prohibits access to the rest areas/welcome centers from a private business or commercial location as well as access from a local road, either by vehicle or a pedestrian walkway.

Use the map below to locate INDOT’s rest areas and welcome centers. Click on each location icon to see more information about the specific facility at that location.


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Rest Area & Welcome Centers

In order to enhance traveler safety and comfort, IDOT maintains a system of 30 rest areas and 11 welcome centers on highways throughout the state, which serve more than 36 million visitors annually. IDOT wants to make sure these service centers are kept clean, safe, and updated with travel-related amenities to enhance the travel experience for Illinois residents and visitors. Illinois' rest areas and welcome centers are open 24 hours a day and feature restroom facilities, picnic areas, lighted walkways, maps, security cameras, parking for recreational vehicles, and commercial trucks, among other services.


To view rest areas and welcome centers maintained by IDOT, please access the map below.

Click here to view a larger map.

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