Maryland Rest Areas

If you’re planning a road trip of any distance, take a look at using Maryland’s Rest Areas on your route to stop at. It’s a great way not to over stress yourself. Maryland Rest Areas are designed to provide highway travelers a safe and convenient facility to rest before continuing with their journey.

Maryland Rest Area Locations

Maryland rest areas are typically roadside facilities that provide, parking at a minimum. Although some may have picnic areas and so much more. They are mainly maintained by the Maryland Department of Transportation. Some may be closed due to maintenance issues, its always best to have an alternate rest stop just in case.

Maryland State Rest Areas

Intestate I-68 Maryland Rest Areas

I-68 Eastbound (Mile Marker 6) – Rest Area

I-68 Bidirectional (Mile Marker 74) – Rest Area (East and Westbound)

Intestate I-70 Maryland Rest Area

I-70 Bidirectional (Mile Marker 39) – Myersville Welcome Center (East and Westbound)

Intestate I-81 Maryland Rest Areas

I-81 (Mile Marker 2) – Rest Area (Northbound)

I-81 (Mile Marker 25) – Rest Area (Southbound)

Intestate I-95 Maryland Rest Areas

I-95 Bidirectional (Mile Marker 37) – Rest Area (North and Southbound)

I-95 Bidirectional (Mile Marker 81) – Rest Area (North and Southbound)

I-95 Bidirectional (Mile Marker 96) – Rest Area (North and Southbound)

Intestate I-270 Maryland Rest Area

I-270 (Mile Marker 28) – Rest Area (Westbound)

US-13 State Route Maryland Rest Areas

US-13 – Worcester County Rest Area

US-15 State Route Maryland Rest Areas

US-15 – Frederick County Rest Area

US-219 State Route Maryland Rest Areas

US-301 – Garrett County Rest Area

US-219 State Route Maryland Rest Areas

US-219 – Charles County Rest Area

US-219 – Queen Anne County Rest Area

Maryland State Rest Area Map

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