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Washington Interstate #90 Highway Guide

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City of Seattle, WA - 4th Street S
Washington Interstate 90 begins at 4th Street. Safeco Field, WA, the home of the Washington Seattle Mariners, is to the Northwest. - Attractions in and around Seattle, Washington - Pioneer Square - Pike Place Market, WA - Myrtle Edwards Park - Seattle Art Museum - Seattle Aquarium - Seattle Public Library - Seattle International District - Seattle Children's Museum - Seattle Space Needle - Seattle Asian Art Museum - Seattle Monorail - Seattle Pacific Science Center - - Seattle Burke Museum - Seattle Henry Art Gallery - Seattle Museum of History and Industry - Seattle Wing Luke Museum - Seattle University of Washington.
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0.8
89 ft.
Junction of Washington Interstate #5
South to Tacoma, Washington, Olympia Washington, Portland, Oregon. North to Everett, Washington, MT. Vernon. Bellingham, Washington, Vancouver, British Columbia

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1.0
131 ft.
Rizal Park
South is Rizal Park (Seattle) which is directly across from Amazon.com world headquarters. Named after Jos Rizal, national hero of the Philippines.
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2.3
115 ft.
Exit 3
Access to the Northwest African American Museum, WA(2300 South Massachusetts Street. The museum features historical and cultural experiences of African Americans Pacific Northwest,area
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4.9
16 ft.
Floating Bridges
Lacey V. Murrow Memorial Bridge (East Bound), names after Lacey V. Murrow who was the second Director of the Washington State Highway Department and a highly decorated US Air Force officer who served in World War II. Homer More Hadley (Westbound) named for Homer More Hadley, who designed the bridge's companion span, the Lacey V. Murrow Memorial Bridge.
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6.2
66 ft.
Exit 6: Mercer Island,
Western access to West side of Mercer Island, Washington.
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6.9
174 ft.
Tunnel under Park
The Park on the Lid is atop the I-90 tunnel entrances. This park has softball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, picnic shelters, and the Freeway Sculpture Park.
4.8
7.7
92 ft.
Exit 7
South to Mercer Island Shopping Center.
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10.2
75 ft.
Exit 8
Eastern access to Mercer Island. At the north of the Island is Luther Burbank Park; public boat dock and fishing pier, a swimming beach, an amphitheater, tennis courts, barbecues and picnic facilities, and an off-leash dog area.
6.6
10.7
16 ft.
East Channel Bridge
Short bridge connecting Mercer Island with the mainland.
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11.1
75 ft.
Exit 9
Access to Enatai Beach Park just south of the Interstate bridge.
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11.6
46 ft.
Exit 10
North to Bellevue, Washington, the second largest city center in the state of Washington. Attractions in and around Bellevue, WA - The Bellevue Arts Museum - Rosalie Whyel Museum of Doll Art, one of the largest in the world. - KidsQuest Children's Museum. - Bellevue annual Strawberry Festival - Bellevue Botanical Garden.
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12.7
105 ft.
Junction of Washinton Interstate 405 - Bellevue, Washington
North to Bellevue, Washington. South to Renton, Washington, attractions in Renton - Renton History Museum, featuring the early hstory of Renton, WA and the surrounding area. - Black River Riparian Forest and Wetland, shows 50 species of birds and mammals. - Renton Farmers Market - Renton History Museum - Renton, WA River Days,a six day community family festival held annually near the end of July.
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328 ft.
Exit 11
North to Lake Hills, Washington (Phantom Lake). South to Eastgate, Washington (Cougar Mountain).
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18.8
180 ft.
Exit 13
North to drive along West Lake Sammamish, Washington.
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22.1
52 ft.
Exit 15
Access North to Lake Sammamish State Park (KingCo Conference 3A cross country championship. October)
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24.3
72 ft.
Exit 17
Access South to Issaquah, Washington (Salmon Days International Award winning festival - first full weekend Oct.; Cougar Mountain Zoo; Issaquah Salmon Hatchery; Gilman Village Shopping)
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25.7
167 ft.
Exit 18
Access South to State Park Natural Area. Or use exit 17. Access South to Mirrormont, Washington,
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29.3
489 ft.
Exit 20
Access South to Tradition Lake natural area. Trail walks.
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32.9
554 ft.
Exit 22
Access to West Tiger Mountain Natural Resources Conservation Areaaccessed by Exit 20 and 22 on I-90. This is the most popular hiking destination in the Seattle area.
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38.0
925 ft.
Exit 25
Junction of Washington highway #18 which runs South along the West Tiger Mountain wilderness area and ends up at Auburn, Washington. North to Snoqualmie, Washington. South to communities of Hobart, Washington, Maple Valley, Washington, Auburn, Washington. South access to Kanaskat- Palmer Washington State Park a 320-acre camping park. Facilities :camping, 3 yurts, one dump station, two restrooms and six showers, picnic areas. Open in the winter. South to Mount Rainier National Park.
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40.7
860 ft.
Exit 27
Access South up Winery Road to Mt. Si viewpoint.
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45.9
463 ft.
Exit 31
Access North to North Bend, Washington. North Bend Outlet stores and big box shopping.
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49.6
502 ft.
Exit 32
Communtity of Riverbend, Washington. No services. Snoqualmie Valley Trail.
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53.0
653 ft.
Exit 34
Access South to to Twin Falls State Park.
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57.7
1152 ft.
Bridge
Bridge over Snoqualmie River, WA. a 45-mile (72 km) long river. Steelhead and Salmon fishing.
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61.2
1325 ft.
Exit 38
Access Southwest to Olallie State Park. Olallie Park a day-use park in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. features viewing of Twin Falls there are living old-growth trees up to 14 feet in diameter in this day park.
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65.2
1476 ft.
Exit 42
Access to Snoqualmie National Forest on both sides of Washington Interstate 90.
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70.4
1660 ft.
Bandera State Airport Rest Stop
Emergency airport. Rest Area. Camping.
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73.9
1873 ft.
Exit 47
Access to the Snoqualmie National Forest on both sides of Washington Interstate 90. Asahel Curtis Hike.
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81.0
2963 ft.
Exit 52
Junction of Washinton highway 906.
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82.3
2963 ft.
Exit 53, Snoqualmie Pass
Snoqualmie Pass. Some services.
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85.0
2638 ft.
Exit 54, Hyak, Washington
Hyak, Washington. Iron Horse State Park: hiking, cross-country skiing and horseback ridering. From I-90 at exit #54, turn south at exit, turn east (left) on Hwy-906, 1/2 mile turn right on Lake Keechelus boat launch road, turn right on next road approx. 200 ft. In winter, you will need a Sno-Park permit.
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86.1
2526 ft.
Keechelus Lake (North)
North end of Keechelus Lake, Washington. Keechelus Lake is the source of the Yakima River. Fishing species salmon, cutthroat trout, and rainbow trout.
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95.0
2533 ft.
Keechelus Lake (South)
South end of Keechelus Lake.
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2484 ft.
Rest Area
Washington Interstate 90 Rest Area and Truck Stop.
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98.4
2411 ft.
Exit 62
Kachess Lake Road to Kachess Lake, WA. Fishing for trout and salmon.
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100.1
2467 ft.
Exit 63
Forestry road access to Wenatchee National forest. Both sides of Washington Interstate 90.
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2211 ft.
Exit 79
Easton State Airport. Easton Lake to the West.
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112.2
2156 ft.
Easton, Washington
Community of Easton, Washington. Limited services.
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2096 ft.
Exit 74
Lavender Lake.
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122.7
2034 ft.
Exit 78
Access to Nelson.
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123.9
2005 ft.
Bridge
Bridge over Yakima River.
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1991 ft.
Exit 80
Junction of Washington State highway #90 to Suncadia, Washington then Roslyn, Washington then Ronald, Washington and then the South end of Cle Elum Lake.
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2005 ft.
Exit 84 Cle Elum, Washington
Communities of Cle Elum, Washington and South Cle Elum, Washington. Some services. Milwaukee Road Bunkhouse.
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135.2
1923 ft.
Exit 85
Access North to Washington State Highways 970 and 10.
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135.8
1873 ft.
Bridge
Bridge over the Yakima River.
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140.4
2129 ft.
Rest Area
Washington Interstate 90 rest stop and truck stop.
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147.6
2251 ft.
Exit 93
Access to Thorp Prairie Road.
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159.6
1640 ft.
Exit 101
Access North to Thorp, Washington. No services.
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1539 ft.
Exit 106
Junction of Washington Highway US 97. NOTE: For highway travel via US Highway #97 - See Free RV Road Map Highway Itinerary - Wenatchee to City of Yakima for driving directions

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173.3
1483 ft.
Exit 109 - Ellensburg, Washington
Community of Ellensburg, Washington. Central Washington University. Frontier Village at the Kittitas County Fairgrounds including the original trading post, Robbers' Roost. (509-962-7639)
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175.3
1496 ft.
Exit 110
Junction of Washington highway US 97 and Interstate 82 South. For highway travel via Interstate Highway #82 see Free RV road map highway itinerary Ellensburg, WA to Washington Oregon state line, for driving directions.

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182.8
1608 ft.
Exit 115 - Kittitas, Washington
Community of Kittitas, Washington. Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad-Kittitas Depot
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216.4
620 ft.
Exit 136 - Vantage, Washington
Community of Vantage, Washington. Limited services. Access to Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park (one of the most unusual fossil forests in the world: 509-856-2700) Camping Facilities: 50 utility sites and two restrooms. All sites have full hook-ups. There is a Day use picnic area. Boat access to Lake Wanapum, WA. this lake is a reservoir on the Columbia River. Fishing species Walleyes, Bass, Trout, Catfish, Panfish, Salmon.
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217.7
574 ft.

Vantage Bridge across the Columbia River/Wanapum Lake The bridge separates the Ginkgo Petrified Forest and Wanapum Recreational Area State Park.
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218.6
702 ft.
Exit 137
Junction of Washington Highway State 26 South to Royal City, Washington.
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221.5
1145 ft.
Exit 139 - Monument
Access East to Wild Horse Monument and overlook of Columbia River. The Washington Wild Horses Monument is roadside art, along I-90, Overlooking the Columbia River the monument dedicated to the wild mustangs who once roamed these areas.
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228.4
1237 ft.
Exit 143 - Rock Formation
Access West to Frenchman's Coulee where you'll find the "The Feathers" which is an unusual basalt rock formation. Follow Silica Road then turn left on Vantage Road and go less than a mile. Access East to Caliche Lakes.
147.8
237.9
1247 ft.
Exit 149 - George, Washington
Community of George, Washington. Limited Services. Junction of Washington Highway State 281 North to Quincy, Washington.
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238.4
1217 ft.
Bridge
Bridge over irrigation canal.
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241.1
1250 ft.
Exit 151
Junction of Washington Highway 283 Northeast to Ephrata, Washington.
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245.7
1227 ft.
Exit 154
Access to Washington rural roads.
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256.9
1155 ft.
Winchester Wasteway
Winchester Wasteway (fish, hike, and see wildlife) which is part of the North Columbia State Wildlife Recreation Area.
162.7
261.8
1175 ft.
Exit 164
Access South to Frenchman Hills and Frenchman Lakes Area which is the West end of Potholes State Park.
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269.9
1086 ft.
Exit 169
Access to Washington rural roads.
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277.8
1053 ft.
Exit 174
Access North to golf course. Access South to Sand Dunes Road which heads to the South part of Moses Lake.
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278.9
1060 ft.
Exit 175
Moses Lake State Park. This day park features 77 picnic sites, 2 shelters, vault toilet, swimming a bathhouse, and boat launch.
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279.6
1053 ft.
Bridge - Moses Lake
Bridge over Moses Lake.
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280.1
1083 ft.
Exit 176 - Junction of Washington highway 171 Moses Lake Town
Community of Moses Lake, Washington. Farmers Market (Civic Center Park which is behind the Library & Chamber of Commerce. Held Saturdays mornings & Wednesday afternoons from mid-June through mid-October.) Moses Lake Museum & Art Center (Native American artifacts: 509.766.9395) Surf 'n Slide Water Park (McCosh Park - Dogwood Street & 4th Avenue. 509.766.9246)
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281.7
1050 ft.
Bridge
Bridge over Moses Lake.
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285.6
1194 ft.
Exit 179 - Junction of Washington state highway 17.
Bypass North to Moses Lake Washington. Attractions in and around Moses Lake, WA. - 'The Moses Lake Museum & Art Center the museum,' features fossils from North America and Native American artifacts from the area. - 'The Moses Lake Spring Festival,' features carnivals & parades, Memorial Day weekend. 'The Moses Lake Water Sports Festival,' held in June.

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1227 ft.
Exit 182
Access to rural roads in Washington.
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1257 ft.
Exit 184
Access to rural roads.
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1171 ft.
Exit 188
Access South about 10 miles to Warden, Washington. Then West about 10 miles on 170 and 262 to Potholes Reservoir and natural area. You can also take State 17 South to get to it.
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1260 ft.
Exit 195
Access to Washington rural roads.
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1467 ft.
Rest Area
Washington Interstate 90 rest area and truck stop.
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1680 ft.
Exit 206
Junction Washington State Highway 21 North to Odessa, Washington.
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1886 ft.
Exit 215
Access to Adams County rural roads.
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1808 ft.
Exit 220 - Ritzville, Washington
Community of Ritzville, Washington. Some services. Junction of Washington highway USA 395. - NOTE: For highway travel via Washington US Highway #395- US Highway #395 overlaps Interstate Highway #90 at this point and heads east.

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1886 ft.
Exit 221 -Junction of Washington State Highway 261.- - Ritzville
Community of Ritzville, Washington. Junction of Washington State Highway 261.
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1880 ft.
Exit 226
Access to rural roads.
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367.9
1919 ft.
Exit 231
Access to rural roads.
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1969 ft.
Sprague Lake
Sprague Lake, WA.
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2014 ft.
Exit 245 - Junction of Washington State Highway 23.
Community of Sprague, Washington. Limited Services. South to Lamont, Washington.
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401.8
2215 ft.
Ames Lake
Ames Lake, WA.
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404.6
2254 ft.
Exit 254
Access to WA rural roads.
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410.4
2293 ft.
Exit 257 - Junction of Route 904
Access Northeast to Cheney, Washington (Eastern Washington University, Columbia Plateau Trail State Park - hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, in-line skating, nature viewing, bird watching, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing).
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2362 ft.
Exit 264 - Junction of Washington highway 901
Access East to Cheney, Washington. to Clear Lake and Lakeland Village, Washington.
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428.1
2448 ft.
Granite Lake
Granite Lake, WA.
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429.1
2418 ft.
Willow Lake
Willow Lake, Washington.
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2425 ft.
Exit 270 - Junction of Washington highway #904.
Community of Four Lakes, Washington. Mome to The Battle of Four Lakes. Monument at the corner of 1st st. and Electric Ave.
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2425 ft.
Exit 902 - Junction of Washington State Route 902.
West eight miles to Medical Lake, Washington and a few more miles North on South Brooks Road to Fairchild Air Force Base.
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2254 ft.
Exit 272 - Junction of Washington highway US Route #2.
Spokane International Airport. Fairchild Airforce Base.

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1903 ft.
Exit 279 - Junction of Washington US highway 195.
Community of Spokane, Washington

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1903 ft.
Exit 280
Access to City of Spokane, Washington. - Attractions in and around Spokane, WA. - 'The Spokane Symphony Orchestra' - 'Spokane Jazz Orchestra', - 'Carr's One of A Kind Museum', WA. features celebrity automobiles. - 'Spokane, Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture' features exhibits of Native American artifacts national traveling art exhibits. This museum is affiliated with the Smithsonian museum.- 'Cat Tales Zoological Park', Located at Mead, WA; featuring over 40 big cats Lions, Pumas, Lynx, Leopards, They have a Petting Zoo.- 'Grande Ronde Cellars' wine tasting, - 'Arbor Crest Winery', WA. wine tours. - 'Caterina Winery', WA, wine tours, - 'Lone Canary Winery, wine tasting, - 'Latah Creek Wine Cellars', Wine tours.
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1903 ft.
Exit 280 A
Access to City of Spokane.
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447.8
1929 ft.
Exit 280B
Access to City of Spokane.
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1936 ft.
Exit 281: Junction of Washington highways US2/395 - Spokane
City of Spokane, Washington. Mobius Kids Children's Museum (808 W Main River Park Square, Lower Level. 509-624-KIDS) Wonderland Family Fun Center 509-468-4386). Silverwood Theme Park (65 rides and attractions. 208-683-3400). Cat Tales Zoological Park (Lions, Leopards, Pumas, Lynx & more. 17020 N Newport Hwy Mead, WA.

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1929 ft.
Exit 282
Junction of Washington state highway #290. North to Gonzaga University which is a private Catholic Jesuit university.
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1903 ft.
Exit 283A
Access to the City of Spokane, Washington.
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1926 ft.
Exit 283B
Access to the City of Spokane, Washington.
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1942 ft.
Exit 285
Access to the City of Spokane, Washington.
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1962 ft.
Exit 286
Access to the City of Spokane, Washington.
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1985 ft.
Exit 287
Access to the City of Spokane, Washington. North a few blocks to the Argonne Village Chopping Center.
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1998 ft.
Exit 289 - Junction of Washington highway state 27.- Spokane Valley
Community of Spokane Valley, Washington. North a 1/4 mile to the Inland Empire Zoo.
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1988 ft.
Exit 291A
Spokane Valley Plaza, WA; North of Washington Interstate 90. This is a huge shopping plaza covering a large area
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2001 ft.
Exit 291B
Access to Spokane Valley Plaza. North across river to Sullivan Park.
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468.7
2044 ft.
Exit 293 -Green Acres, Washington
Community of Green Acres, Washington.
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470.5
2057 ft.
Exit 294
Access to Green Acres, Washington.
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472.3
2064 ft.
Exit 296 - Liberty Lake, Washington
Community of Liberty Lake, Washington. Liberty Lake.
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477.6
2064 ft.
Exit 299
Horse Slaughter monument. Head North to North Spokane Bridge Road then turn Southwest. Its in a park along the river. In September 9, 1858, Colonel Wright killed 800 horses captured in war with Native Americans to demoralize and reduce their wealth.
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478.2
2034 ft.
Bridge - Idaho/Washington State Line
Idaho State Line and bridge over the Spokane River. NOTE: For highway travel east via Interstste Highway #90 - See Free RV Road Map - I #90 Highway Guide - Idaho/Washington State Line to Idaho/Montana State Line for driving directions - Start/Finish of Highway Guide - Je-10