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Salt Kettle Rest Area


category : Historic Sites
The Salt Kettle Rest Area is accessible from the westbound lands of I-74 between Danville and Oakwood. The grounds are near the original pioneer salt mines. A monument stands at the site in honor of the first area of industry.


Admission: Free Admission
Address: I-74 Westbound
Phone: 217-354-2117

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