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Washington State #97 Highway Guide

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0.0
0.0
Canada / United States Border
North to cities of Penticton, BC, Kelowna, BC, Vernon, BC. South to communities of Oroville, WA, Wenatchee, WA
0.1
0.1
Access to campground
East side of highway
3.1
5.0
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
3.7
6.0
Access to R V Park
West side of highway
3.9
6.3
Services at highway
West side of highway
4.3
7.0
City of Oroville, WA.
Access to Osoyoos Lake Washington Park Campground: Osoyoos Lake Veteran's Memorial Park a 47-acre camping park located on 14 mile long Osoyoos lake, WA. - Camping facilities: - 86 sites, restrooms, showers. tent pads, picnic table, campfire grill and a gravel pad for parking, dump station.
4.6
7.4
Oroville, Washington
Access to downtown centre. Attractions on Oroville, WA: Okanogan Estate and Vinyards. WA. - Lake Crest Winery, WA - Copper Mountain Vinyards, WA. - Esther Bricques Winery, WA, offer wine tasting.
4.7
7.6
12th Ave
Oroville's Chamber of Commerce Visitor Information Center and Depot Museum. One block west at 12th Ave and Ironwood Street. Parking, toilets information of area, and Washington State attractions.
6.2
10.0
Point of Interest
Crossing the Okanogan River, WA. The Washington, Okanogan River is a tributary of the Washington/British Columbia, Columbia River, approximately 115 mi (185 km) in length.
6.4
10.3
Roadside highway turnout
With historical marker, north side of highway
9.3
15.0
View from highway
Driving south
10.1
16.3
View from highway
Driving south
12.1
19.5
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, gravel
15.2
24.4
Entering Many Lakes Recreation Area, WA
West of highway
15.2
24.5
Community of Ellisford, Washington
North boundary.
15.3
24.6
Access to Spectacle Lake, Wannacut Lake
West side of highway. Spectacle Lake, Washington elevation is 4265 ft (1300 m), water skiing, swimming, wind surfing. Fishing for Rainbow Trout. - Wannacut Lake, Washington, Elevation: 1857 ft (566 m) - Fishing for Rainbow Trout, swimming, wind surfing, water skiing.
21.4
34.5
Point of Interest
Crossing the Siwash River
21.5
34.6
Community of Tonasket - Land of all seasons
Access to Information Centre. This information centre has campground with full R V hookups, picnic table. West side of highway
21.8
35.1
Tonasket business centre
All services
21.9
35.3
Services at highway
Fuel
22.2
35.7
Junction of highway # 20
East to communities of Wauconda, Republic. East to Curlew State Park.The park has 57 tent spaces, 25 utility spaces, two primitive sites, one dump station, two restrooms and four showers. The south camp area has ten camp sites with eight sites overlooking the lake. There is a no-fee mooring dock for these sites and a restroom but no showers. The main campground has 16 tent sites overlooking the lake and 47 tent spaces total. There are 18 full hookup sites and seven with water and power only. Maximum site length is 40 feet (limited availability). The restroom has two showers. Most hookups will take a 35-foot camping rig. Some will take trailers up to 45 feet. If hookups are full, camp in the random area and expect a one- or two-day wait until one of the hookups is available. NOTE: For highway travel east via Washington highway #20 - SEE Free RV Highway Map Itinerary - Omak, WA to Idaho Border for driving directions.

22.2
35.7
Junction of highway #20
NOTE Highway # 20 overlaps highway #97 at this point south.
26.4
42.5
Point of Interest
Crossing the Okanogan River
27.3
44.0
Junction of highway # 7s
West side of highway
29.2
47.0
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, large paved turnout
32.4
52.1
Hidden Hills Recreation Area
7 miles west. Access to Fish Creek, Pine Creek
34.4
55.3
View from highway
Driving south
35.2
56.6
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, paved turnout
37.5
60.3
Riverside Road
Access to campground, east side of highway
37.6
60.5
Community of Riverside
Access from highway
38.2
61.5
Conconully State Park
West of highway 15 miles. Conconully State Park is an 81-acre camping park with 5,400 feet of freshwater shoreline in north central Washington. The park has 82 tent spaces, four restrooms (one ADA) and four showers (one ADA). Maximum site length is 60 feet (may have limited availability). All campsites are first-come, first-served.
38.5
62.0
Old Riverside Hwy
Access to Omack Airport, west of highway
38.8
62.5
Roadside highway turnout
Picnic tables, paved turout, west side of highway
43.6
70.2
Point of interest
Visitor information radio station, 530 am
44.0
70.8
Entering community of Omak
Northern limits
45.4
73.0
Point of Interest
Crossing the Okanogan River
45.4
73.1
Access to campground
West side of highway
46.1
74.2
Junction of highway # 155 south
Access to Omak. East to community of Nespelem, Disautel
48.9
78.7
Vehicle Inspection Area
East side of highway
49.5
79.6
Access to State Patrol
West side of highway
50.5
81.2
Access to Airport
East side of highway
51.2
82.4
Junction of highway # 20 ( Cascade Scenic Loop Highway )
NOTE highway #20 overlap ends at this point south. Highway #20 heads west to communities of Twisp, Washington, Winthrop, Washington,Mazama, Washington, Seattle, Washington. NOTE: - For highway travel east or west via Washington Highway #20 'The Cascade Loop' - SEE: Free RV Highway Map Itinerary; Highway #20 - Anacortis, WA to Omak, WA for driving directions, photos, satellite, terrain, views

51.2
82.4
Junction of highway # 20 ( The Cascade Loop Scenic Highway )
West to Loop Loop Ski Bowl, Pearrygin Lake State Park. The park has 53 tent spaces, 30 utility spaces, one dump station, three restrooms (two ADA) and six showers (two ADA). Two campsites are primitive. Utility sites have electricity, water and sewer service. Maximum site length is 60 feet (may have limited availability).
52.8
85.0
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, paved turnout
55.0
88.5
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway. With picnic tables toilets and historical marker
59.1
95.1
Community of Malott
West of highway
64.0
103.0
Roadside highway turnout
Both sides of highway, gravel,
68.5
110.2
Soap Lake Road
East side of highway
68.6
110.4
View from highway
Driving south
69.8
112.4
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
70.0
112.7
Cameron Lake Road
Access to community of Monse, west side of highway
72.6
116.9
Junction of highway 17south
East to community of Bridgeport, Bridgeport State Park, east access to Grand Coulee Dam. Bridgeport State Park is a 748-acre camping park with 7,500 feet of freshwater shoreline on Rufus Woods Lake. Set directly behind Chief Joseph Dam, this lake is actually a segment of the Columbia River. The park provides 18 acres of lawn and some shade in the midst of a desert terrain. 'Haystacks,' unusual volcanic formations resembling their name, are the park's most striking feature. The park provides 14 tent spaces, 20 utility spaces, one dump station, two restrooms (both ADA) and two showers. Maximum site length is 45 feet (may have limited availability).
73.8
118.7
Point of Interest
Crossing the Okanogan River
76.9
123.8
Entering the community of Brewster
Access from highway
77.5
124.7
Junction of highway # 173
Services at highway
77.8
125.2
Access to R V Park
East side of highway
80.6
129.7
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway
80.8
130.0
View from highway ( The Columbia River )
Driving south
83.1
133.8
City of Pateros
Northern boundry. Pateros nestles in a gentle curve of the mighty Columbia River, located at the base of the Methow Valley.
83.1
133.8
Pateros, Washington
Overnight RV street parking is aloud on the streets beside the park. There are picnic tables, toilets/showers and places to wash dishes. There is a self pay charge of $10.00 (2011). The park overlooks the lake and there is a walking trail (paved). A visitor information center is located at the north end of the park. Eating places close by (short walking distance)
84.1
135.3
Access to boat launch
East side of highway
84.5
136.0
Point of interest
Crossing the Methow River, WA
84.6
136.2
Junction of highway # 153
North to communities of Methow, Carlton, Twisp. Access to the Okanogan National Forest Area. NOTE - The Cascade Loop Scenic highway joins the Okanogan Scenic Byway at this point
84.6
136.2
Access to Alta Lake State Park
West of highway. Alta Lake State Park is a 181-acre camping park where the mountainous pine forests meet the desert. Alta Lake is about two miles long and a half mile wide. The park offers good trout fishing during summer months. Lake Chelan, with its many activities, is 30 minutes away. - The park has 168 tent spaces, 32 utility spaces, four restrooms (one ADA) and 12 showers. Maximum site length is 40 feet (may have limited availability
88.5
142.5
View from highway
Driving south
89.4
143.9
Roadside highway turnout view area
East side of highway
91.3
146.9
Chelan County Corporate Limits

92.0
148.0
Access to Wells Dam
East side of highway
93.0
149.7
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway
95.6
153.9
View from highway
Driving south
98.1
157.9
Junction of highway # 97alt
Alternate route to cities of Chelan, WA Wenatchee, WA.
103.3
166.2
Junction of highway #150 west
Access to community of Chelan Falls, Chelan Falls Fairgrounds.
103.5
166.5
Point of Interest
Crossing the Columbia River
105.0
168.9
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, paved
107.4
172.8
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, paved
110.7
178.1
View from highway ( The Columbia River )
Driving south
119.2
191.8
Daroga State Park
Access to Daroga State Park. West side of highway. Daroga State Park is a 90-acre camping park with 1.5 miles of Columbia River shoreline on the elevated edge of the desert 'scablands.' The park features camping activities and water-sport.access in a unique and beautiful outdoor environment. The park has 17 tent spaces, 28 utility spaces, one RV dump station, four restrooms (three ADA) and 12 showers (six ADA). Tent sites are in a 'walk-in/boat-in only' area, not vehicle accessible. All utility sites have water/electric hookups and can accommodate almost any rig.
122.4
197.0
Roadside highway turnout
Access to gravel boat launch
123.2
198.2
Access to Orondo Park
West side of highway
125.3
201.6
Junction of highway # 2
East to community of Waterville, Douglas, Spokane, Coulee City. NOTE highway # 2 overlaps highway # 97 at this point south
125.8
202.4
Community of Orondo
Access from highway
129.9
209.0
View from highway ( The Columbia River )
Driving south
129.9
209.1
View of highway
Driving south
130.2
209.5
Roadside highway turnout view point
West side of highway
133.1
214.2
Access to Lincoln Rock State Park
Lincoln Rock State Park is an 80-acre camping park on the east side of Lake Entiat, created by Rocky Reach Dam blocking the flow of the Columbia River north of Wenatchee. The park, a popular place for swimming, water-skiing and respite from the hot sun, was named for a basalt outcropping said to resemble the profile of Abraham Lincoln. The park has 27 tent spaces, 67 utility spaces, one dump site, five restrooms (one ADA) and 14 showers (three ADA). There are 32 full hookup utility sites and 35 have electricity and water. Maximum site length is 65 feet (may have limited availability).
137.8
221.8
Junction of highway # 28
South to city of East Wenatchee 4 miles via highway #28. East to city of Wenatchee via highway #97 or highway # 28, NOTE for a continuance of highway #97 and highway #2 south see www.milebymile.com , Washington State Highway #97 city of Wenatchee to the city of Yakima