Beloit Rest Area

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A decent rest area along the westbound I-90 – meaning that if you’re travelling east, you must exit in Beloit and get back on to access the rest area. Now, it’s important to note that like in many states, Wisconsin rest areas say that overnight camping is prohibited. What they mean by camping is hard to determine since having a sleep in your vehicle for 8 hours isn’t usually considered “camping”. Anyway, we parked on the trucker side (but NOT in the long trucker spots) along the curb where the dog run was. There were a couple other truck campers and small RVs along with a few asshole 5th wheels who chose to park in the trucker spots (remember: RVs have lots of overnight options with campgrounds and boondocking but trucks do not). This rest area got completely full by 9PM with LOTS of trucks. The bathrooms and vending machines are open 24hrs and there are garbage cans throughout.

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800 Interstate 90, Wisconsin 53511
42.504554, -88.983373
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  1. This is a nice stop. We have some pretty nice rest stops in Wisconsin, and all are open 24 hours. The official line on staying is a maximum of 24 hours. When they say no camping, this is generally taken to mean trailers do not get unhitched, and pop ups and slide outs stay closed. It also means you do not unfurl the awning or put out the folding chairs.

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