Thursday, November 15, 2018

VIDEO: Renovated Sacaton Rest Area reopens along Interstate 10

By Steve Elliott / ADOT Communications

ADOT rest areas are far more than places to – well, you know.

Among other things, rest areas provide opportunities to stretch legs, walk pets, have picnic lunches and safely use phones and other mobile electronic devices.

We understand it's a hardship when a rest area closes for a long renovation, and we appreciate your patience while we upgraded facilities at the I-10 Sacaton Rest Area between Phoenix and Casa Grande.

Located at about 30 miles southeast of Phoenix near State Route 387, Sacaton is the only ADOT pit stop along I-10 between Tucson and Phoenix. 

Our video team was on hand as Sacaton reopened last week to show the improvements and talk with travelers. We hope you enjoy the video above as well as the many upgrades at this well-used rest area.


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