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Texas Safety Rest Areas feature a number of benefits designed to better serve travelers in Texas.

Each of the state's 80 Safety Rest Areas feature restrooms that are open 24 hours daily. Most rest areas have attendants on duty 24 hours a day. The remaining facilities have attendants on duty from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

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Safety Rest Areas: Medina County

(New facility opened Spring 2004)
2 sets of Men's and Women's Restrooms Drinking Water Family/Assisted Restroom Handicap Access Interpretive Displays Picnic Tables

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"Six Flags of Texas" decorate the lobby area
View of a tiled mural inside a restroom
View of a picnic arbor nested among the trees
View of the new facility among existing trees
spacer The new Medina County Safety Rest Area on US-90
The new Medina County Safety Rest Area on US-90


  • US 90, between D'Hanis and Sabinal, located in the median serving traffic both directions
  • Latitude = 29.314 Longitude = -99.3856


  • 2 sets of Men's and Women's Restrooms
  • Interpretive Displays
  • Air-conditioned lobby and restrooms
  • Picnic Tables
  • Drinking Water
  • Playground
  • Family/Assisted Restroom
  • Separate Truck and Passenger Parking
  • Handicap Access

  • Walking Trail



    • Medina County derives its name from Medina River that traverses the northeastern portion of the county
    • The new facility, opened in April 2004, is in the Alsatian style that was brought to Medina County by early French and German settlers from the Alsace region of northeastern France in the mid-1800s. Alsatian style is characterized by buildings whose roofs are unequally pitched in a manner similar to a lean-to design
    • Underground collection tank collects rain water from roofs for irrigation



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