Chambers County Safety Rest Area
Texas safety rest areas feature many benefits for travelers in Texas.
Our 76 safety rest areas feature 24-hour restrooms. Most locations have attendants on duty 24 hours a day. Other locations have attendants on duty from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
Chambers county eastbound
- IH 10 - Eastbound, 14 miles west of Winnie, between Houston and Beaumont.
- Latitude/longitude: 29.8382, -94.6107
- Mile marker: 814
Chambers county westbound
- IH 10 - Westbound, 14 miles west of Winnie, between Houston and Beaumont.
- Latitude/longitude: 29.8389, -94.6056
- Mile marker: 815
- Interpretive displays.
- Air-conditioned lobby and restrooms.
- Picnic tables.
- Family/assisted restroom.
- Group picnic facility.
- Separate truck and passenger parking.
- Handicap access.
- Vending machines.
- New facility opened in March 2012.
- The building design will reflect the early "Low South" regional architectural characteristic with wooden clapboard structures elevated on brick footings, and wide covered porches to protect from the rain and to help catch breezes.
- A historical marker commemorating James Taylor White is located at the building entrance (at the eastbound facility only). On White's ranch in June 1832, area colonists signed the Turtle Bayou Resolutions, which ultimately led to the decisive Battle of San Jacinto of the Texas Revolution.
- Chambers County was named for Thomas Jefferson Chambers (1802-1865), an early Texas pioneer who participated in the Texas Revolution.
- Located in the "Gulf Coast" region of Texas. Visit our Texas Highways Magazine to find out about interesting places and events happening in this region.