Interstate 89 Rest Areas

Interstate 89 is a 191-mile route running north to south from the Canadian border near Highgate, Vermont, to Bow, New Hampshire.

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

Vermont

Mile Marker 111 – Georgia

  • Rest Area (southbound)

Mile Marker 110 – Georgia

  • Rest Area (northbound)

Mile Marker 96 – Colchester

  • Turnout (southbound)
  • Turnout (northbound)

Mile Marker 82 – Williston

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

Mile Marker 67 – Waterbury

  • Turnout (southbound)
  • Turnout (northbound)

New Hampshire

Mile Marker 57 – Lebanon

  • Welcome Center (southbound)

Mile Marker 40 – Springfield

  • Rest Area (northbound)

Mile Marker 26 – Sutton

  • Rest Area (southbound)

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

Road Trip USA: Cross-Country Adventures on America's Two-Lane Highways

1 thought on “Interstate 89 Rest Areas

  1. Vacation Week in much of New England. Stopped at the New Hampshire Welcome Center in Lebanon, NH. Main building closed, porta toilets DIRTY AND OVERFLOWING.
    Urine everwhere. Shame on New Hampshire!!!

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