Information for this Utah rest area map comes from the Utah Department of Transportation. These are all of the official Utah rest areas, some of which include parking areas, welcome centers, and overlooks. Click on a map marker to see more information…
Utah Rest Area Rules
The State of Utah has adopted no rules into its Administrative Rules or Statutes with respect to public use of rest areas. The only rules are that which are posted on site at each rest area.
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) states on its website for rest areas that…
“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.”
More Information About Utah Rest Areas
- Utah Rest Area Rules (full analysis)
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