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Omak, Washington, Junction of Route 215
Community of Omak, Washington NOTE: Washington highway #20 overlaps highway #97 at this point. Attractions: Carl Precht Memorial RV Park, full facilities. Omak Stampede and World Famous Suicide Horse Race.

4.4
7.1
935 ft.
Looking at the Okanogan River, WA
East side of highway.
6.7
10.8
945 ft.
Community of Riverside, Washington
Riverside Cutoff Road, west side of highway - 2nd Street, east side of highway. There is a campground on the North side of the town
10.6
17.1
1106 ft.
Hubbard Lake Road
West access to Booher Lake, WA. Fishing for Largemouth Bass, Crappies, Blugills.
14.2
22.8
1056 ft.
Crumbacker Lake Road
Access to Crumbacker Lake, west of highway. Fishing for
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29.4
883 ft.
Point of information
Crossing the Okanogan River, WA.
22.4
36.0
Tonasket, Washington
Junction of US Highway 97 and State Highway 20
22.4
36.1
928 ft.
City of Tonasket, Washington - 6th Street East
6th Street East. NOTE: Highway #20 leaves highway #97 at this point and heads east. Attractions in Tonasket, Washington - Okanogan Family Fair. - Tonasket is home to three major fruit processing facilities.
35.2
56.7
2336 ft.
Aeneas Road - County Road #9455
South access to Long Lake, WA; fishing for Rainbows, Sunfish. - Round Lake, WA. - Ell Lake, WA; fishing for Eastern Brook Trout, Rainbows, Cutthroat trout.
42.7
68.7
3360 ft.
Bonaparte Lake Road County #4953
North of highway. Access to Okanogan National Forest, WA. Access to Bonaparte Lake, WA; fishing for Smallmouth Bass, Kokanee, Rainbow & Tiger, Trout.
46.0
74.1
3586 ft.
Toroda Creek Road - County Road #9495
North of highway.
63.1
101.5
2431 ft.
Republic, Washington - Route 21
Community of Republic, Washington. NOTE: Highway #21 overlaps Highway #20 at this point -- Attractions in Republic, Washington - The Stonerose Interpretive Center, WA. Features exhibits of fossils and history of the area. There is a fossil site, 'Boot Hill Fossil Site', where visitors can dig for their own fossils. They rent tools if required. - 'The annual Wings Over Republic Fly-in' - 'Washington Open Fiddle Contest'; held mid-August - 'Prospectors Days', featuring mining and logging events, held in June. - 'The Ferry County Museum' shows early history of the area as well as exhibits of mining and logging.
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105.6
2402 ft.
Junction of Highway #21 north
Overlap of highway #21 ends. North access via highway #21 to Curlew Lake Washington State Park Campground. Facilities: - 57 tent spaces, 25 utility spaces, maximum site length is 40 feet, dump station $, restrooms and 4 showers. 18 full hookup sites and seven with water and power only, 2 boat ramps, 2 mi. hiking bike Trails, fishing, swimming. North access to communities of Malo, Washington, Curlew, Washington, Danville, Washington, The US/Canada border crossing point, Grand Forks, British Columbia.
70.0
112.7
3009 ft.
County Roadway #99
Access to Colville National Forest, WA. Comprised of 1.1 million acres of forest Three mountains ranges runing north to south, separated by troughs of valleys. These ranges, the Okanogan, Selkirk, and Kettle River, are the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
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121.2
4301 ft.
Coleville National Forest Roadway #2040
North side of highway.
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156.5
1939 ft.
Trout Lake Road
North side of highway. Access to Sherman Creek Washington State Recreation Area. Mostly forested by Douglas Fir and Ponderosa Pine. Features hunting for White-tailed, Mule deer, pheasants and turkeys.
98.3
158.2
1788 ft.
County Roadway #3 - Inchelium Highway
South side of highway. South access to community of Inchelium, Washington
102.5
164.9
1342 ft.
Junction of US Highway #395
NOTE: Highway #20 overlaps US Highway #395 at this point east. North to communities of Boyds, Washington, Orient, Washington, Laurier, Washington, The US/Canada Border Crossing point, Christina Lake, British Columbia, Canada
102.7
165.3
1286 ft.
Point of information
Crossing the Columbia River, Lake Roosevelt, Washington - Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area. There are 27 public campgrounds with 22 public boat launches along the shores of Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area.
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169.3
1575 ft.
Junction of Highway #25
North access to communities of Marcus, Washington, Evans, Washington, Bossburg, Washington, Marble, Washington. Frontier and Boundary, Washington, both US/Canada border crossing points.
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170.4
1637 ft.
Kettle Falls, Washington - (Juniper St)
Attractions in and around Kettle Falls, Washington - "Kettle Falls Antique Tractor Show, held in May. "Kettle Falls,Town and Country Days" - "The Kettle River Bluegrass Festival" held in June a three day event, featuring Blue Grass Music - "Rock Cut Blues Festival", held in July. - "Washington State Championship Walleye Tournament" - "Lake Roosevelt Summertime Music Festival, held 2nd Saturday in August.
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184.6
1611 ft.
Colville, Washington Junction of US 395
Community of Colville, Washington. In 1825 the British Hudson's Bay Company established Fort Colville, WA, near the Kettle Falls fur trading site. - NOTE: Over lap of highway #395 ends here. #395 heads south to Communities of Orin, Washington, Addy, Washington, Chewelah, Washington, Spokane, Washington. -- Attractions in and around Colville, WA - "Stevens County Museum/Keller Heritage Center Museum and Park". Features the early pioneer and Native American history displays, of native American artifacts. There are antique guns displayed. The Park has early historic buildings. - "Colville Farmers Markets", ever Monday and Wednesday Spring to Fall.

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186.1
1837 ft.
N Silke Road
South access to Colville Municipal Airport
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193.3
2195 ft.
Point of information
White Mud Lake, WA, south of highway
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193.9
2198 ft.
Point of information
Keogh Lake, WA, south of highway.
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201.4
2592 ft.
Starvation Lake Road
Access to Starvation Lake, WA, south of highway, Camping 6 sites, toilets, canoeing and fishing.
129.8
208.9
2877 ft.
Access to Little Pend Oreille Wildlife Refuge, WA.
South of highway. Little Pend Oreille Wildlife Refuge,is 6the only mountainous, conifer mixed forest refuge, outside of the state of Alaska and the largest in Washington state.
132.7
213.5
3058 ft.
Black Lake- Squaw Creek Road
Access to Black Lake, WA.
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219.9
3153 ft.
Point of information
Coffin Lake, WA. south of highway.
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223.9
3173 ft.
Lake Sherry Homes Drive
Access to Sherry Lake, WA. South of highway
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224.3
3173 ft.
Pendoreille Lake Road
South side of highway. South Fork Mill Creek Road north side of highway. Access to Gillette Lake, WA. Access to Colville National Forest.
139.9
225.2
3196 ft.
Young Road
South side of highway. Access to Thomas Lake, WA.
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232.7
3241 ft.
Coleville National Forest Roadway #520
Access to Nile Lake, WA; south side of highway.
150.6
242.4
2106 ft.
Junction of Highway #31
North access via highway #31 to communities of Tiger, Washington, Lone, Washington, Metaline, Washington, Metaline Falls, Washington, US/Canada Border crossing point. - North access to Crawford Washington State Park day use park. Attractions: Crawford State Park has a limestone cavern, the third longest in Washington State. North access to Boundary Dam BLM Recreation Site Campground. 4 primitive camp sites on the Pend Oreille River, WA. Rainbow trout fishing.
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249.2
2080 ft.
Point of Interest
The Pend Oreille River, WA; a tributary of the Columbia River 130 miles (209 km) in length.
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257.2
2152 ft.
Kaniksu National Forest Roadway #500
West of highway.
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258.1
2054 ft.
County roadway #2489
West side of highway, access to Kaniksu National Forest - Blueside Resort Road, east access to Blueside Resort Campground.
163.9
263.7
2047 ft.
Reynolds Creek Road
West side of highway, access to Kaniksu National Forest. Community of Ruby, Washington, east side of highway.
166.7
268.2
2100 ft.
Access to Babbitz Lake, WA.
West side of highway.
173.4
279.0
2073 ft.
Locke Cutoff Road
West access to Metcalf Lake, WA; & Browne Lake, Washington.
179.3
288.5
2044 ft.
Community of Cusick, Washington
East of highway.
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291.8
2054 ft.
Community of Usk, Washington
East of highway.
181.7
292.4
2054 ft.
Junction of Highway #211

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2142 ft.
City of Newport, Washington - Junction of highway #2
Washington Highway #20 Terminus point. The Washington/Idaho State Line is 2 blocks east at N State Ave. - South access via highway #2 to communities of Diamond Lake, Washington, Spokane, Washington. - East via highway #2 to Old Town, Idaho, Priest River, Idaho. Attractions in and around Newport, Washington. - "The Pend Oreille Historical Society Museum" The museum has many restored buildings, old farm and logging equipment on site with displays showing the early pioneers history of the area. - " Annual Rhubarb Festival", held in June. - "Newport PWRA Rodeo", June. - "Newport Lavender Festival". July. - "Pend Oreille County Fair & Rodeo", August. Start/Finish of Free RV Highway Map Itinerary. -e9