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Rest stops are another popular option for RVers looking for a break. The state manages these locations, and they sit off the interstate. They typically offer little more than restrooms and a place to rest. It’s not uncommon to find picnic tables or walking paths to help you relax or stretch your legs.
While there are many good reasons to stay at a truck stop, they’re not always the best places to visit. Some locations can be busy and have high traffic. It’s hard to see how active a truck stop is until you get off the interstate, and by the time you realize that it’s going to be a mess, it’s too late.
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