Interstate 69 Rest Areas

Interstate 69 is a north-south route currently consisting of seven disjointed parts with an original continuous 356-mile segment running from Indianapolis, Indiana, northeast to the Canadian border in Port Huron, Michigan. The remaining separated parts are variously completed and extend to the Mexican border in Texas. The original route completed in 1992 is described here.

Select a state below for a list of rest areas within that state.

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  1. Rest area at mile marker 345 Angola Indiana diffently needs some work. There is a horrible stench when walk up to the building and as well in the building. We have stopped here before over a year ago and the problem is still there today. We stopped there last Thursday. July 13 it was horrible.

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