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.

Northbound travelers read up the page; southbound travelers read down the page.

Michigan

Note: Interstate 69 below runs concurrent with Interstate 94 and follows I-94 mile marker numbering.

Mile Marker 272 – Port Huron

  • Welcome Center (southbound)

Note: Interstate 69 above runs concurrent with Interstate 94 and follows I-94 mile marker numbering.

Mile Marker 174 – Capac

  • Rest Area (southbound)

Mile Marker 161 – Attica

  • Rest Area (northbound)

Mile Marker 126 – Swartz Creek

  • Rest Area (northbound)

Mile Marker 101 – Woodbury

  • Rest Area (southbound)

Mile Marker 68 – Potterville

  • Rest Area (northbound)

Mile Marker 41 – Marshall

  • Rest Area (southbound)

Mile Marker 6 – Coldwater

  • Welcome Center (northbound)

Indiana

Mile Marker 345 – Angola

  • Rest Area (southbound)

Mile Marker 325 – Auburn

  • Rest Area (northbound)

Mile Marker 251 – Gaston

  • Rest Area (southbound)
  • Rest Area (northbound)

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