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Washington United States #12 Highway Guide

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Exit #31 - Junction of highway #97 & Interstate #82
City of Yakima, WA. Note highway #12 overlaps highways #97 & I-82 at this point south. NOTE: For highway travel west via Washington Highway #12 - See Free RV Road Map Highway Itinerary Interstate Highway # 5 to City of Yakima, WA, for driving directions.

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Exit # 33a
Access to Fair Ave Lincoln Ave
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Exit # 33b - Yakima Ave
Access to Terrace Hts, Convention Centre, WA.
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Exit # 34 Junction of highway # 24
East to community of Moxee, WA. Access to Yakima Sportsman State Park, a 247-acre camping park. The park was created by the Yakima Sportsman's Association in 1940 to promote game management and the preservation of natural resources. The park is on the Yakima River's floodplain and is an irrigated 'green zone' in an otherwise desert area. Camping and picnic areas lie in the shade of a variety of deciduous trees. The park is a popular spot for travelers and visitors who wish to stay overnight when attending events in the Yakima area. The park has 37 utility spaces (sites 1-16 are 60 feet long), 28 tent spaces, two ADA restrooms, one dump station, and four showers (all ADA).
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Exit # 36
Access to Valley Mall Blvd.
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Exit # 37 Junction of highway # 97
Note Highway # 97 overlap turns south at this point. South to community of Toppenish, WA. NOTE For highway travel north via Washington highway #97 - See Free RV Road Map Highway Itinerary - City of Wenatchee, WA, to City of Yakima, WA for driving directions

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Point of Interest
Crossing the Yakima River, WA. The Yakima River in Washington, is a tributary of the Columbia River.
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View from highway
Driving east
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Exit # 44
Access to community of Wapato, WA, south of highway
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View from highway - photo Yakima River
Driving east
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Exit # 50 Junction of highway # 22
Access to community of Buena, WA. South to highway # 97, south to community of Toppenish, WA. Attractions in and around Toppenish, WA - Yakima Valley Rail & Steam Museum, WA, features the restored 1911 Northern Pacific Railway Depot. - Yakama Nation Cultural Center, WA, shows early American Native Indian displays. - Yakama Nation Legends Casino Campgrounds, WA. - The American Hop Museum, WA. Features the history and future of hop cultivation. -- NOTE: For highway travel south via Washington highway #97 - See Free RV Road Map Highway Itinerary City of Yakima, WA to the Oregon/Washington State Line for driving directions.

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Exit # 52
Access from highway.
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Exit # 54
Access to community of Zillah, WA, founded in 1891 - Yakima Valley Highway, WA.
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Exit # 58
Access to community of Granger, WA, access to highway # 223. Attractions in Granger, WA. 'Where dinosaurs roam' tusks and teeth of a prehistoric Mastodon dinosaur was once found in a clay pit in Granger, WA. - Annual 'Granger Cherry Festival' held in the first week in May. - Other community events - Dino in a Day - Granger Pumpkin Patch - Schell's Corn Maze - Lenny's Cherry Hill Music Festival - WA State Menudo Festival.
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Exit # 63
Community of Sunnyside, WA, North to community of Outlook, WA. Access to lodging, campgrounds
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Exit # 67
Access from highway
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Exit # 69 - Junction of highway # 241
South to community of Alderdale, WA.
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Exit # 73
Community of Grandview, WA, south side of highway. Attractions in Grandview, WA. - Ray E. Powell Museum. The museum shows the history of early pioneers of Grandview and area.
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Exit # 75
County Line Road
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Point of Interest
Benton, WA, Highway, west boundary
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Exit # 80 - Gap Road
Access from highway.
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Roadside highway turnout rest area
Telephone, toilets, picnic tables.
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Point of Interest - photo view from highway
Crossing the Yakima River, WA.
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Exit # 82 Junction of highways # 22 & highway # 221
South to community of Prosser, WA, Paterson, WA. - Attractions in and around Prosser, WA: - There are 28 World-class wineries and vineyards in the Prosser area. - Benton County Historical Museum, a 1867 building which is on the National Register of Historic Places. the museum shows historical artifacts, photographs, and manuscripts of the areas early pioneer years. - Prosser, WA Annual Street Painting, where artists from around the state paint the streets with chalk.
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View from highway
Driving east
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Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, gravel turnout
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View from highway
Driving east
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Exit # 88 - Gibbon Road
Access from highway.
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Exit # 93 - Yakitat Road
Access from highway.
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Exit # 96 - Junction of highways # 224e, # 225n.
Access via highway # 224 to communities of W. Richland, WA, and Benton City, WA. Access to R V Park north side of highway
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Access to campground & R V Park
North side of highway
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Exit # 102 -Access to highway # 395
Access from highway.
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Exit # 3
City of Richland, WA. Richland is located at the confluence of the Columbia, WA, and Yakima Rivers, WA. Attractions in and around Richland, WA: - Columbia River Exhibition of History, Science and Technology, WA. The Museum shows history of the Mid-Columbia region; Columbia River salmon habitat, nuclear technology, environmental restoration. - LIGO Hanford Observatory, WA, The Reach Project of the Richland Public Facilities District, WA, - White Bluffs Quilt Museum, WA, instruction for adults & children in quilting, spinning, weaving, basketry.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Yakima River, WA.
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Exit # 4 - Junction of highway # 240
Access from highway.
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Exit # 5a & # 5b
Access to city of Kennewick, WA. Attractions in Kennewick, WA. - East Benton County Historical Museum, WA. The museum features the early Kennewick Man, the prehistoric man found on a bank of the Columbia River, Washington. There are arrowhead collections, a petrified wood floor, and numerous exhibits showing the settlement of the area.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Columbia River, WA. The Columbia River is the largest river in the Pacific Northwest, 1,243 miles (2,000 km) in length.
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Exit # 7 - Broadmoor Blvd.
Access from highway.
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Exit # 9
Access from highway.
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Exit # 12a # 12b
South to city of Kennewick, WA. Access to Highway # 395. Access to Tri Cities Airport. NOTE For highway travel via Washington Highway #395 - See - RV Road map #395 highway Itinerary - Mesa to Tri-Cities, Pasco, Richland, Kennewick (Oregon Border) for driving directions

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Exit # 13
Access to city centre
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Exit # 14
Access to highways # 395 # 397. Note Interstate overlap of highway #12 turns south towards Hermiston state of Oregon. Highway # 395 overlaps Interstate # 82
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Point of Interest
Highway #12 at this point is called The Lewis and Clark Trail. The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, WA, is part of the National Trail System of the United States. The trail follows the Missouri and Columbia Rivers.
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Port of Pasco, WA
Access from highway
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Sacajawea State Park
South of highway 2 miles. Sacajawea State Park is a 284-acre marine, day-use park at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia rivers. It features 9,100 feet of freshwater shoreline. The area is spread out with a big sky and excellent views of the two rivers as they flow together. The park offers one kitchen shelter with electricity and a large barbecue grill and one without electricity, plus seven sheltered and 123 unsheltered picnic tables. One of the shelters can accommodate up to 200 people
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Point of Interest
Walla Walla, WA. county west boundary
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Services at highway
North side of highway
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Roadside highway turnout
Both sides of highway, paved
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Roadside highway turnout with viewpoint
Photo of Columbia River from viewpoint
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Roadside highway turnout with heritage marker
Information sign of Fort Walla Walla, WA. The site of a trading post that was erected in 1818, west of this point at the junction of the Columbia and Walla Walla, WA, Rivers.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Walla Walla River, WA.
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Junction of highway # 730
Access to truck weigh station
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Access to R V Park
North side of highway
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Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, gravel turnout
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Community of Touchet, WA.
Attraction in Touchet, WA. - The Latitude 46 N Winery.
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Services at highway
Fuel
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Community of Lowden, WA
Attraction in Lowden, WA. The Woodward Canyon Winery.
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Roadside highway turnout with heritage marker
South side of highway
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Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, gravel turnout
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Access to Whitman Mission National Historic Site, WA. - photo NPS
South side of highway. This site commemorates the courage of Marcus and Narcissa Whitman, the role the Whitmans played in establishing the Oregon Trail, and the challenges encountered when two different cultures meet. In 1836, before the wagon trains, a small intrepid group of Presbyterian missionaries traveled with the annual fur trapper's caravan into 'Oregon Country.' Missionaries Narcissa Whitman and Eliza Spalding became the first white women to travel across the continent.
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Roadside highway turnout with heritage marker
South side of highway
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Access to Walla Walla College, WA.
South side of highway
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Junction of Highway #11 - City of Walla Walla, WA,
Access to Fort Walla Walla National Historic site, WA; - The musem is a working pioneer Museum with staff and volunteers in period costume. The museum shows over 40,000 cataloged artifacts including historical objects, textiles, photographs & archives. Other attractions include, the Annual Fall Harvest Festival held in late September. Other attractions in Walla Walla - Whitman Mission, WA; a National Historic Site. The Mission was a way station for Oregon Trail pioneers. - Antique Mall of Walla Walla, 55 dealer booths/showcases. - Carnegie Art Center, WA; art exhibits, classes. - Children's Museum of Walla Walla, WA. - Kirkman House Museum, WA; restored and furnished in the Victorian-era style - Museum of Unnatural History, WA. -- Start / Finish of Travel Guide. For continuance of highway #12 see Free RV road map highway itinerary guide - Walla Walla to Idaho / Washington State Line, for driving directions. - South to cities of Milton - Freewater, Pendleton Oregon. -e9