Georgia I-75 Rest Area Renovations | I-75 Exit Guide

Several I-75 Rest Areas in Georgia Closed for Renovations

The Georgia Department of Transportation reports that several rest areas along I-75 are currently closed or will be closing for renovations. Motorists will not be able to access facility driveways, parking areas or building during construction.

  • ​Rest Area #5 Cook County
    ​I-75 Northbound at mile marker 46.7
    Closed: ​3/27/2017
    Reopens: 5/4/2018
  • Rest Area #6 Cook County
    I-75 Southbound at mile marker 48.0
    Closed: ​​3/27/2017
    Reopens: ​​5/4/2018
  • Rest Area #22 Monroe County
    I-75 Southbound at mile marker 179.0
    Closed: 1/29/2018
    Reopens: 6/28/2018
  • Rest Area #34 Gordon County
    I-75 Northbound at mile marker 308.0
    Closed: 1/29/2018
    Reopens: 6/28/2018
  • Rest Area #35 Gordon County
    I-75 Southbound at mile marker 320.0
    Closed: 1/29/2018
    Reopens: 6/28/2018

NOTE: There are no welcome center closings scheduled. The number of days closed/re-open date is anticipated and subject to change.

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4 thoughts on “Several I-75 Rest Areas in Georgia Closed for Renovations”

  1. This is the most unorganized closure in Georgia’s history. All rest stops from Sth Georgia (Nth & Sth) to Atlanta…..Closed 😵. And not any rest stop looks as if any work is being done. We came down from the mountains on 2/10/18 with a camper and return trip was 3/25/18. Why would anyone close all of them at the same time pretty dumb 😠

      1. Yes, very inconvenient, to say the least. Georgia was never too big on rest areas anyway, figuring the happy motorists can utilize the facilities at a fast food restaurant or filling station, and they might spend some $$ while they are there.

  2. Who is the nitwit that thought it was a great idea to close ALL of the rest stops along I-75 at the same time? What an inconvenience when traveling with children, pets and the elderly. This is a huge embarrassment to your state’s travel industry. We would love to be able to avoid driving through Georgia anyway because of the traffic 24/7 in Atlanta and the speed traps with off the hook fines.

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