8. Morris Travel Center – Morris, Illinois
Morris Travel Center is recognized for R Place, its 24-hour restaurant, that serves the “finest homemade food.” Morris Travel Center similarly offers onsite laundry, extensive walking trails. Also, 200 truck parking spaces.
9. Sapp Bros – Sidney, Nebraska
This stop has 16 full-service travel centers across the United States that have been operating for more than 40 years. At the Sapp Bros in Sidney, you never need an appointment for truck service, and its team is known for rendering superior customer service. Sapp Bros continually prides itself on restroom cleanliness, claiming they present the “cleanest restrooms and showers on the road.
Iowa 80 – Walcott, Iowa
Welcome to the World’s greatest Truck Stop! Defined as “a place where people want to stop,” the Iowa 80 has been serving the expert driver for over 52 years. Here you can find anything, including a super truck showroom,truckomat, barbershop, and movie theatre essentially. And don’t forget to use one of their 24 private showers. Iowa 80 has been featured in numerous truck driver spot awards.
Drivers traveling west across Interstate 80 into Iowa encounter the first swayings in terrain felt since Pennsylvania.
At nightlife, numbed from hours on the road, it’s natural to confuse the sensation with flying, that’s right.
Less than ten miles after passing the Mississippi River — which marks the border between Illinois and Iowa states — a red sign along the highway keeps the dark abyss of a Midwestern horizon.
“Iowa 80” it states, and it’s the world’s largest truck stop.
It’s additionally an unexpected vision into a subculture unknown to many people, but familiar to the particular kind of people that for their living pull things beyond a very, very big country.