Alaska Rest Areas

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

Alaska Rest Area Locations

Alaska 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 Alaska Department of Transportation. Some may be closed due to maintenance issues, its always best to have an alternate rest stop just in case.

NOTE: RV Dump Stations are NOT available at any Alaska Rest Areas

Alaska State Rest Area Map

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Alaska State Rest Areas

Alaska State Route AK-1 Rest Areas

AK-1 – Matanuska Glacier State Recreation Park Rest Area – (1 mile South of the Lodge at mile 101)

AK-1 – 20 Mile River Rest Area (boat ramp)

AK-1 – Potter Section House Railroad Museum Rest Area

AK-1 – Hope Cut-Off Wayside

Alaska State Route AK-3 Rest Area

AK-3 – East Fork Rest Area

Alaska State Route AK-9 Rest Area

AK-9 –  Upper Trail Lake Wayside

Alaska Interstate Route I-A1 Rest Area

I-A4 – Summit Lake Rest Area

Alaska Nabesna Road, AK Rest Areas

Nabesna Road, AK – Rock Lake Rest Area

Nabesna Road, AK – Dead Dog Hill Rest Area

Alaska McKinley Park Road, AK Rest Area

McKinley Park Road, AK – Teklanika Rest Area

Alaska Geraghty Avw, AK Wayside

3530 Geraghty Ave, Fairbanks, AK – Chena River Wayside

“Tired driving can be as dangerous as drunk driving. Use an Alaska Rest Area and enjoy a safe trip”.

Spokesperson, AlaskaRestAreas.com