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Junction of Interstate # 5
North to cities of Olympia, WA, Tacoma, WA, Seattle, WA. South to cities of Centralia, Chehalis of Oregon / Washington border. NOTE: For highway travel via Interstate Highway #5 - See Free RV Road Map Highway Itinerary Oregon / Washington State Line To Canada/ United States Border for driving directions

0.0
0.0
Photo view from highway
Driving east.
0.2
0.3
Services at highway
Fuel, diesel
0.4
0.6
Access to campground
Visitor information
2.4
3.8
Jackson Highway ( Marys Corner )
Services at highway. South to Lewis and Clark State Park, WA. Lewis and Clark State Park is a 621-acre camping park situated in one of the last major stands of old-growth forest in the state. Coniferous trees, streams, wetlands and dense vegetation comprise the park environment. The park has 25 tent spaces, two restrooms and two showers. Maximum site length is 60 feet
4.5
7.2
View from highway
Driving east
6.8
11.0
Community of Ethel, WA
Services at highway, north side
7.8
12.6
Access to community of Onalaska,WA, north of highway
North of highway
12.1
19.5
Cowliyz Salmon Hatchery, WA
Access to campground, south side of highway. The Cowlitz Salmon Hatchery began operation in 1968 when Mossyrock Dam, WA, was completed. It was the largest salmon hatchery in the world at that time. The salmon hatchery produced nearly 13 million fish in 2001 including 1.6 million spring chinook, 5.9 million fall Chinook and 4.8 million Coho salmon
12.7
20.5
View from highway
Driving east
13.7
22.0
Fischer Road
Access to campground
14.0
22.6
Junction of highway # 122
Community of Silver Creek, WA. Access to Ike Kinswa State Park, a 454-acre camping park with 46,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on the north side of Mayfield Lake, WA. Forested campsites are available year-round. There are 62 tent sites, 41 utility sites, an RV dump station, 10 showers, and 3 restrooms. Maximum site length is 60 feet (may have limited availability). Year-round camping is available but the number of campsites are reduced during winter.
14.4
23.1
Gershick Road
Services at highway. Access to R V Parkwest of highway. Access to Mayfield Dam, WA, south of highway
15.5
25.0
View from highway
Driving east
15.8
25.4
Point of Interest
Mayfield Lake, WA. Fishing for Tiger Musky, Smallmouth Bass Largmouth Bass, Perch, Chinook Salmon, Rainbow Trout.
16.6
26.7
Winston Creek Road
Access to campground
17.5
28.2
Access to Mayfield Lake Campground, WA
North side of highway
19.3
31.0
Mossyrock Fish Hatchery, WA
Access to R V Park, north side of highway
19.9
32.0
Roadside highway turnout with heritage marker
South side of highway
19.9
32.1
Junction of highway #122 east
Community of Mossyrock, WA. Services at highway. South to Mossyrock Dam Viewpoint Park. North access to Ike Kinswa State Park, WA. Camping Facilities: 31 standard sites, 41 full hookup sites and 31 with water and electric, RV dump station, three restrooms and 10 showers.
21.7
35.0
Point of Interest
Crossing the Cowlitz River, WA. The river is apx 105 miles (169 km) long. Its tributaries drain a large region including the slopes of Mount Adams, Mount Rainier, and Mount St. Helens.
24.0
38.7
Roadside highway rest area with viewpoint
South side of highway. picnic tables, toilets
24.9
40.0
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, small turnout
26.3
42.4
Roadside highway turnout with view area - photo from viewpoint
South side of highway
26.3
42.4
Photo from roadside turnout
History information sign
26.7
43.0
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway
28.0
45.0
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
31.0
49.9
Point of Interest
Crossing Lake Creek, WA.
31.8
51.2
Junction of highway # 7
Community of Morton, WA. North to communities of Mineral, WA, Elbe, WA. North to Mount Rainier National Park, WA. Established in 1899. 235,625 acres (97% is designated Wilderness). Includes in over 35 square miles of snow and Mount Rainier (14,410'), an active volcano encasedice.
35.6
57.3
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, small gravel turnout
38.7
62.2
View from highway
Driving south
39.0
62.8
Access to Riffe Lake, WA
Access to Glenoma Park Rec. Area, South side of highway. Riffe Lake, WA, was formed by Mossyrock Dam, the tallest dam in Washington State,
40.8
65.6
Community of Glenoma, WA
Services at highway, fuel
45.4
73.0
Access to Cowlitz Falls, WA
Access from highway
46.6
75.0
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, gravel turnout
48.1
77.4
Access to R V Park
West side of highway
48.3
77.7
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, large gravel turnout
49.5
79.6
Junction of highway # 131
Community of Randle, WA. South to Gilford Pinchot National Forest campgrounds. Access to Iron Creek, WA, Ryan Lake, WA, Pole Patch campgrounds, WA. Gifford Pinchot National Forest is one of the oldest National Forests in the United States. In 1897, this area was part of Mount Rainier Forest Reserve and was designated Columbia National Forest in 1908. It was renamed Gifford Pinchot National Forest in 1949. The forest, which now has 1,312,000 acres, is located in southwest Washington State.
50.5
81.3
Ranger Station
South side of highway
51.1
82.3
Services at highway
Fuel
51.8
83.3
Access to campground & R V Park
North side of highway
58.2
93.7
Access to campground & R V Park
North side of highway
60.2
96.8
Access to Lodging
North side of highway
60.8
97.8
Bevin Lake Safety Rest Area
Picnic tables, toilets
62.8
101.1
Access to Chambers Lake, WA
Access from highway.
64.6
103.9
Access to Lodging
North side of highway
65.0
104.6
Community of Packwood, WA
Packwood, WA, is nestled between the grandeur of Mt. Rainier, WA, Mt Tatoosh, WA, Mt. Adams,WA and Mt. St. Helens, WA.
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105.7
Packwood Community Hall
North side of highway
65.9
106.1
Services at highway
Fuel
66.0
106.2
Access to airport

66.4
106.8
Snyder Road
Access to Packwood Lake Trail Rec Area, WA, 6 miles north
66.9
107.6
Access to Lodging
North side of highway
71.0
114.2
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, paved turnout
72.8
117.1
Chain Up Area
South side of highway. Access to Campground, north side of highway
73.2
117.8
Access to Olympic National Forest Campground, WA.
North side of highway
73.8
118.7
Junction of highway # 123
Access to National Park Campground Ohanapecosh' Located in the southeast corner of the park, 11 miles north of Packwood, off SR 123 (334K map) Elevation: 1914 feet Campsites: 188 individual sites (2 Accessible) & 1 group site (12 to 25 campers). Season: Late May to mid-October Availability: Last Friday in June - Labor Day: Reservations only. Make reservations online or call 1-800-365-CAMP. Reservations may be available upon arrival if sites are available. Group sites for 12 or more people are available. Register at campground. Facilities: Water, flush toilets, trailer dump station, fire grates, tables, refuse and recycling cans, visitor center, amphitheater, hiking trails and fishing. No RV hookups. No showers. Maximum RV length is 32 feet and maximum trailer length is 27 feet
74.3
119.5
View from highway
Driving east
76.1
122.4
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, small paved turnout
77.5
124.7
Roadside highway turnout with view point area
North side of highway
77.6
124.9
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, paved turnout
78.5
126.3
Roadside highway turnout with view point area
North side of highway
79.0
127.1
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
79.5
128.0
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
79.9
128.6
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
81.1
130.5
Roadside highway turnout with view area - photo from viewpoint
North side of highway
81.1
130.5
Roadside highway turnout with view area - photo from viewpoint
North side of highway
81.3
130.9
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway,
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131.0
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
81.8
131.7
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
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132.3
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, large paved turnout
83.0
133.5
Roadside highway turnout with view area - photo from viewpoint
North side of highway
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133.8
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
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134.9
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
84.5
136.0
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, large turnout
84.9
136.6
Roadside highway turnout
Access to hiking trail
85.9
138.2
Community of White Pass, WA, elv. 4500 ft.
Access to ski area. Other attractions White Pass Country Historical Museum, WA. The museum features the history of Washington's Upper Cowlitz Valley, from Kosmos, WA, to White Pass, WA.
86.6
139.3
Point of Interest
Yakima County, WA, west boundary
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139.7
Point of Interest
Wenatchee National Forest, west boundary. The Wenatchee Forest covers an area approximately 40 miles wide and 140 miles in length, encompassing much of Chelan, WA, Kittitas, WA, and Yakima, WA, counties. It stretches from upper Lake Chelan, WA on the north to the Yakama Indian Reservation, WA, on the south. The vegetation varies with the elevation, from the sagebrush and pine covered slopes at 2,000 feet, to higher elevation areas with alpine fir and mountain huckleberry, to the crest of the Cascade Mountain range at 8,000 feet and above where vegetation is sparse. Wenatchee National Forest, WA, has 150 campgrounds and picnic areas with in the Forest area. Campsites range from developed and undeveloped sites designed for tent camping, camper truck use, and trailers sites. There are also sites for those with horses.
88.9
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Point of Interest
Dog Lake, WA, north side of highway. Elevation: 4213 ft (1284 m) Fishing for Walleye, Smallmouth, Perch, Pike, Lake Trout.
89.0
143.2
Roadside highway turnout with view area
North side of highway, toilets
90.0
144.8
Roadside highway turnout - photo from highway
North side of highway
91.0
146.5
Roadside highway turnout with view area - photo from viewpoint
North side of highway
91.3
146.9
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, paved turnout
94.1
151.5
Access to Clear Lake

94.9
152.7
Wenatchee National Forest, WA, Campground Indian Creek
South of highway. Campground has 39 sites with piped water
95.1
153.1
Access to Lodging
Services at highway
95.6
153.8
Roadside highway turnout
Paved turnout
95.9
154.4
Roadside highway turnout with heritage marker
North side of highway
97.3
156.6
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, large gravel turnout
97.9
157.6
Access to campground
North side of highway
98.8
159.0
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, large gravel turnout
99.6
160.3
Access to Lodging
North side of highway
100.0
160.9
Roadside highway turnout with view area - photo from viewpoint
Tieton Dam Historical Marker, at turnout
100.0
160.9
Photo View From Highway
View from roadside turnout.
101.5
163.4
Point of Interest
Crossing Wildcat Creek, WA.
101.9
164.0
Access to river rafting area
South side of highway
103.5
166.6
Access to boat launching site
South side of highway
104.3
167.9
Wenatchee National Forest Campground - River Bend
Access from highway. Maximum RV Size: 30 Feet Number of Campsites Sites: 6 Elevation: 2,500 Feet
104.5
168.2
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway
104.7
168.5
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway
105.6
169.9
Access to campground
South side of highway
106.5
171.4
River Rafting Camp
South side of highway
106.6
171.5
View from highway - The Tieton River, WA.
South of highway.Washington's, Tieton River is a tributary of the Naches River, WA.
108.7
175.0
Access to river rafting area
South side of highway
110.5
177.8
Roadside highway turnout
Both sides of highway
112.5
181.0
Point of Interest
Crossing the Tieton River, WA.
112.9
181.7
Point of Interest
Crossing the Tieton River, WA.
113.3
182.3
Wenatchee National Forest, WA, Campground - Windy Point
South of highway, 15 camping sites Hand-pump Vault toilets, garbage service. Located on Tieton River, WA.
114.0
183.5
View from highway - Tieton River, WA.
Driving east
114.9
184.9
Point of Interest
Oak Creek Wildlife Area, WA. The area is located on the east slope of the Cascade Mountains. Elevation varies from a low of 1,650 feet along the Naches River to a high of over 5,200 feet on Bethel Ridge. Topography and vegetation varies over the wildlife area.
114.9
184.9
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway
115.5
185.9
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, large gravel turnout
117.3
188.8
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, gravel turnout
117.8
189.5
View from highway
Driving east
118.4
190.6
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, large gravel turnout
119.4
192.1
Roadside highway turnout with heritage marker
North side of highway
120.2
193.4
Access to river rafting area
South side of highway
121.0
194.7
Roadside highway turnout with information signs
Both sides of highway, paved turnout
121.2
195.1
Point of Interest
Crossing the Naches River, WA. The Washington's Naches River is a tributary of the Yakima River, WA. The river is 75 miles (121 km) long.
121.2
195.1
Point of Interest
Crossing the Little Naches River
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195.4
Junction of highway # 410
North to communities of Cliffdale, WA. North to Wenatchee National Forest Campground - Little Naches, WA. The campground has 21 sites Well Hand-pump 24 mi. to Mt. Rainier. Vault toilets, garbage service. Located on Little Naches River, WA.
125.4
201.8
Access to Lodging
North side of highway
125.5
201.9
Services at highway

126.0
202.7
South Naches Road
Community of Naches, WA, access to business center.
127.5
205.2
Weigh Station
South side of highway
129.8
208.9
Roadside highway turnout with heritage marker
South side of highway
132.8
213.7
Community of Gleed, WA
Access from highway.
134.3
216.1
Old Naches Highway North - West Powerhouse Road South

134.6
216.6
View from highway
Driving east
135.3
217.7
Point of Interest
Crossing the Naches River, WA.
136.3
219.3
Access to city of Yakima, Washington
South side of highway, services at highway. Located in the Upper Valley of Washington's Yakima County. - Attractions in Yakima, Wa. - Yakima Annual Folklife Festival. - Yakima Valley Museum - The Yakima Area Arboretum - Yakama Nation Cultural Center. - Wineries in the Yakima, WA, area, The Barrel House, The Desert Hills Winery, The Yakima Cellars. Yakima Sportsman State Park Campground. Camping facilities: 65 sites, including 37 with full RV hookups.
139.2
224.0
Junction of highway # 97 - Interstate # 82
City of Yakima, WA. - NOTE:For continuance of highway #12 east -- See Free RV road map itinerary City of Yakima, WA to city of Walla Walla, WA. for driving directions . North to city of Ellensburg. South to Yakima city center. - Start finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e9