There are bathrooms housed on the premises for public use. Drinking water is also provided to ensure that Fido and his family can quench their thirst on their journey. Though many rest areas do house vending machines which offer snacks and drinks for a fee, there is not one installed on the grounds of I-10 Mile Marker 113 Westward.
To be certain Fido has a spot where he can get in some extra activity to burn off restless energy, there is a dog walking area housed on the premises of this rest area. It is not known if it is fenced, but it is assumed that dogs should remain on a lead here as it is in keeping with California state dog by-laws. Additionally, the rest stop sits very near to a dangerous stretch of highway which could prove hazardous for a canine escapee.
Also situated on the property at the I-10 Mile Marker 113 Westward is a pay phone for travelers needing to reach out and touch someone. Picnic areas with comfortable seating offer families a place to stretch out and enjoy a light snack or packed lunch in the great outdoors. As a public rest area, access to I-10 Mile Marker 113 Westward is provided to all families free of charge.
As an important safety precaution, all dogs should be up to date on all vaccinations and licensed with their city. Though poop bags are not provided at this resting place, owners are still required by law to clean up after their pets and properly dispose of their waste. If you're looking for a place to take a break from the open road, consider stopping at I-10 Mile Marker 113 Westward!