Though many rest stop areas do provide access to vending machines where families can grab a quick snack and drink for a fee, there are none housed on the grounds of I-5 Mile Marker 692 Northbound. Picnic areas are situated on the property, and here, families can enjoy a packed lunch or pre-purchased snack while they take a break from traveling the open highway.
Bathrooms are situated on the premises of the I-5 Mile Marker 692 Northbound rest stop for public use, and drinking water is also available to help keep Fido and his family well-hydrated. A public pay phone is also installed on the property for families whose cell phones are out of service range, have run out of power, or for people who just prefer doing things the "old-fashioned way."
There is a designated dog area at I-5 Mile Marker 692 Northbound, and it is completely fenced. It is at the owner's discretion as to whether or not they feel comfortable permitting their dogs to be off-lead in the enclosure. Owners should bear in mind that the rest stop sits dangerously close to a busy highway, and canine escape artists could come in harm's way if not closely supervised and properly contained.
As a public rest area, access to I-5 Mile Marker 692 Northbound is provided to all visiting families free of charge. To ensure the safety of all dogs, it is best for all canine visitors to be current on vaccinations. Additionally, a city dog license is also an excellent idea. Looking for a place to stretch your legs while traveling the I-5? Why not stop by I-5 Mile Marker 692 Northbound?