Interstate 84 Rest Areas

Interstate 84 is an Interstate Highway with two non-contiguous sections; one in the eastern United States, the other in the western U.S.

Eastern Interstate 84

The eastern section extends from Dunmore, Pennsylvania (near Scranton) at an interchange with Interstate 81 east to Sturbridge, Massachusetts, at an interchange with the Massachusetts Turnpike (Interstate 90). The eastern section is about 232 miles long.

Eastbound travelers read up the page; westbound travelers read down the page.

Massachusetts

Mile Marker 5 – Sturbridge

  • Turnout (westbound)

Mile Marker 1 – Sturbridge

  • Turnout (eastbound)

Connecticut

Mile Marker 85 – West Willington

  • Welcome Center (westbound)
  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Mile Marker 42 – Southington

  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Exit 2 – Danbury

  • Welcome Center (eastbound)

New York

Mile Marker 56 – Stormville

  • Rest Area (westbound)

Mile Marker 55 – Stormville

  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Mile Marker 24 – Wallkill

  • Rest Area (westbound)

Mile Marker 17 – Middletown

  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Mile Marker 3 – Port Jervis

  • Turnout (westbound)
  • Turnout (eastbound)

Pennsylvania

Exit 53 – Matamoras

  • Welcome Center

Mile Marker 26 – Greentown

  • Rest Area (westbound)
  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Western Interstate 84

The western section runs from Portland, Oregon, to a junction with Interstate 80 near Echo, Utah. The sections running through Oregon and Idaho are also known as The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway. The highway originally served as a fork of I-80 to serve the Pacific Northwest, and was originally numbered Interstate 80N. The western section is about 770 miles long.

Utah

Mile Marker 94 – Morgan

  • Rest Area (westbound)

Mile Marker 91 – Morgan

  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Note: Interstate 84 below runs concurrent with Interstate 15. Follows I-15 mile marker numbering.

Mile Marker 361 – Perry

  • Rest Area (westbound)

Mile Marker 369 – Brigham City

  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Note: Interstate 84 above runs concurrent with Interstate 15. Follows I-15 mile marker numbering.

Idaho

Mile Marker 269 – Stone

  • Rest Area (westbound)
  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Mile Marker 229 – Declo

  • Rest Area (westbound)
  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Mile Marker 171 – Jerome

  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Mile Marker 133 – Bliss

  • Rest Area (westbound)
  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Mile Marker 62 – Boise

  • Rest Area (westbound)
  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Mile Marker 1 – Fruitland

  • Welcome Center (eastbound)

Oregon

Mile Marker 377 – Ontario

  • Welcome Center (westbound)

Exit 374 – Ontario

  • Rest Area

Exit 335 – Huntington

  • Rest Area

Mile Marker 295 – Baker City

  • Rest Area (westbound)
  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Mile Marker 269 – La Grande

  • Rest Area (westbound)
  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Mile Marker 254 – La Grande

  • Turnout (westbound)
  • Turnout (eastbound)

Exit 252 – La Grande

  • Rest Area

Exit 228 – Pendleton

  • Rest Area

Mile Marker 223 – Pendleton

  • Turnout (westbound)

Mile Marker 221 – Pendleton

  • Turnout (eastbound)

Mile Marker 187 – Stanfield

  • Rest Area (westbound)
  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Mile Marker 160 – Boardman

  • Rest Area (westbound)
  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Mile Marker 136 – Arlington

  • Turnout (westbound)

Mile Marker 112 – Rufus

  • Turnout (westbound)
  • Turnout (eastbound)

Mile Marker 73 – Mosier

  • Rest Area (westbound)
  • Rest Area (eastbound)

Mile Marker 65 – Hood River

  • Rest Area (westbound)

Mile Marker 61 – Hood River

  • Turnout (westbound)

Mile Marker 58 – Hood River

  • Turnout (eastbound)

Mile Marker 55 – Wyeth

  • Turnout (eastbound)

Mile Marker 49 – Wyeth

  • Turnout (eastbound)

Mile Marker 23 – Corbett

  • Turnout (westbound)

Find out what services are available at each exit with the Next EXIT guide.

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1 thought on “Interstate 84 Rest Areas

  1. Willington rest area westbound on 10/2/16, both portapotties are overflowing onto the floors. And the man picking up trash is very helpful and nice. HR is to be commended on a good hire. The portapotty allocation and schedule need to be expanded. I hope you have unreasonably positive success with that.

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