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  3. Rest Areas

Rest Areas

The mission of the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is  to Preserve Infrastructure, Optimize Mobility, Improve Safety and Strengthen the Economy.

Rest areas, welcome centers and view areas are important elements of the state’s route network. These facilities play an important role in relation to highway safety, primarily combating driver fatigue.

Utah encourages drowsy drivers to take a break. Rest areas are provided to the traveling public for this purpose. All rest areas are posted for no overnight camping. However, extended stays are permitted and are monitored by the on-site staff and the Highway Patrol.

Use the UDOT Interactive Rest Area Map to view and locate Utah Rest Areas

*There are no RV hookups, RV dumps or camping facilities at any Rest Area site

*A list of RV dump sites in Utah can be found using the links below.
UDOT, however, does not guarantee the accuracy of the information contained therein.

Rest Areas and Contact Information

All Rest Area Inquiries for:
  • LOST and FOUND
  • Cleanliness
  • Operations
Please Contact:

Cj Connor


Ryan Ellsworth

Other General Inquiries
For Rest Areas:
  • Bear Lake
  • Bear Lake Overlook
  • Brigham
  • Echo East
  • Echo West
  • Grassy Mountain East
  • Grassy Mountain West
  • Jensen Welcome Center
  • Mountain Green
  • Perry
  • Pinion Ridge
  • Salt Flats East
  • Salt Flats West ~ RESTROOMS CLOSED ~ Portable Toilets Provided
  • Silver City
  • Weber Canyon
Cj Connor
Project Manager, Facilities and Rest Areas

For Rest Areas:
  • Crescent Junction
  • Emery
  • Hoover
  • Horse Canyon
  • Ivie Creek ~ RESTROOMS CLOSED ~ Portable Toilets Provided
  • Kanarraville North
  • Kanarraville South
  • Kane Springs
  • Lunt Park North
  • Lunt Park South
  • Oak Springs
  • Pines
  • Shingle Creek
  • Tie Fork
  • Thompson
Ryan Ellsworth
Project Manager, Facilities and Rest Areas