I-95
Recommended Exits and Overnight Stops

What makes a great overnite stop? You've traveled all day, you're tired, hungry, the kids are wired... you get the picture. What you really need right about then is that perfect overnite stop... an exit where you feel safe and comfortable... an exit with a good mix of accommodations and a variety of eating places... not just fast food. And, maybe a little shopping later before you get back to the motel. The next morning you can gas up nearby and head out. Everything you need conveniently located right off the exit! That's a great overnite stop!

Below you will find some of the most frequented I-95 origin/destinations, each with evenly-divided 2, 3 and 4 day trip recommended stopovers. Simply click the city links to detailed I-95 exit information. Trips run north to south, just reverse them when traveling north.

 

 

 
City: Walterboro, South Carolina
Exit Number: I-95, Exit 57
Exit Description: SC64, Walterboro
Food: Blimpie Subs, Burger King, Capt D’s Seafood, Dairy Queen, Huddle House, Krispy Kreme Donuts, Little Caesar’s Pizza, Longhorn Steak House, McDonald's, Mini-Mart (at Amoco, BP, Chevron, Citgo, Shell and Texaco), Pizza Hut, Subway, Taco Bell, TCBY, Waffle House, Wendy’s
Gas: Amoco, BP, Chevron, Citgo, Exxon, Shell, Speedway, Texaco
Lodging: Budget Inn, Carolina Lodge, Howard Johnson, Howard Johnson Express, Southern Inn, Super 8
Shopping: Advance Auto Parts, AutoZone, CVS Drugs, Eckerd Drug, Food Lion Supermarket, K-Mart, Piggly-Wiggly Supermarket, Wal-Mart
Other:
 
41 miles north is Santee, SC, another recommended stopover exit.
72 miles south is Savannah, GA, another recommended stopover exit.
   
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