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Oregon State #218 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
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0.0
3346 ft.
Junction at Shaniko, Oregon
Junction United States Highway #97/Sherman Highway, at Shaniko, Oregon, a city located in Wasco County, Oregon, This is where the Oregon Route #218 terminates on the west. This Highway runs easterly through mountainous terrain and ends at Fossil, Oregon on the east.
7.8
12.6
2651 ft.
Union Street
Union Street, Bennett Road, Antelope, Oregon, a city located on Oregon Highway #218, in Wasco County, Oregon.
8.0
12.9
2618 ft.
Junction
Junction Oregon Route #293/Antelope Highway, South Street, Tub Springs Road, Oregon Highway #293 connects with United States Highway #97 on the southwest.
11.7
18.9
3077 ft.
Cold Camp Road
Cold Camp Road, Muddy Road, NE Divide Road,
22.7
36.6
1319 ft.
Road along John Day River
Road along John Day River, towards Black Rock, Clarno, Oregon, Rotten Lake, Big Lake, Dry Lake, located off this mountainous road along the western banks of John Day River
22.9
36.9
1296 ft.
Clarno Bridge
Clarno Bridge, a bridge that spans John Day River and carries Oregon Highway #218 across, near Clarno, Oregon.
24.4
39.3
1342 ft.
Clarno Road
Clarno Road, runs along the John Day River in wheeler County, Oregon
25.0
40.3
1421 ft.
Road Access: Fossil Hills
Road Access to, Fossil Hills, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument area, Oregon
33.3
53.6
2487 ft.
Pine Creek Road: Ranch
Pine Creek Road, Pine Creek Ranch, Cottonwood Creek Road, make a loop and joins Oregon Route #218 at another location.
38.7
62.3
3114 ft.
Cottonwood Creek Road
Cottonwood Creek Road, Pine Creek Road,
42.1
67.8
2667 ft.
Fossil, Oregon
Junction Oregon Route #19, at Fossil, Oregon, a city in Wheeler County, Oregon, It is here the Oregon Highway #218 has its eastern terminus. Fossil, Oregon is the only public fossil field in the USA, where one can pay a nominal fee, can hunt for fossils and keep any found. An antique automobile museum and a local history museum are located in Fossil, Oregon. Wheeler Court House Park, a park located along the Oregon Route #218, south of Fossil, Oregon.