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Washington United States #12 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway # 11
Junction of Highway # 11
City of Walla Walla, WA. South to community of College Place. West to cities of Kennewick, Yakima. South to Fort Walla Walla, WA. - NOTE For highway travel west via Washington Highway #12 - See Free RV Highway Map Itinerary - City of Yakima, WA to City of Walla Walla for driving directions

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City of Walla Walla, WA. Highway # 12 is part of the Lewis and Clark Trail Byway
City of Walla Walla, WA. Highway # 12 is part of  the Lewis and Clark Trail Byway
Portions of this highway are part of The Lewis and Clark Forgotten Trail. - Attractions in Walla WAlla - 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. - Carnegie Art Center, WA; art exhibits, classes. - Children's Museum of Walla Walla, WA. - Kirkman House Museum, WA; - Antique Mall of Walla Walla, 55 dealer booths/showcases.
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Community of Dixie, WA
Access from highway.
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Junction of highway # 124
Junction of highway # 124
Community of Waitsburg, WA, incorporated 1881. Attractions in Waitsburg, WA. - Waitsburg Pioneer Fall Festival - 3rd Sunday in September - Bruce Memorial Museum, WA, a mansion built in 1883, free addmission. - Lewis & Clark Trail State Park, WA. - West to communities of Prescott, WA, Eurica, WA.
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Point of Interest
Columbia County, WA, west boundary
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Community of Huntsville, WA

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Access to Lewis and Clark Trail State Park
North of highway. Lewis and Clark Trail State Park, a 37-acre camping park consisting of 1,333 feet of Touchet River freshwater shoreline. The park is a rare treasure of old-growth forest and river in the midst of the surrounding arid grassland. The park has 24 standard sites, which will fit RVs, available April 1 to Sept. 15. From Sept. 16 until March 30, the standard campsites are closed, but 17 primitive campsites are open in the day-use area. Maximum site length is 28 feet Camping is available year-round and is first-come, first-served. Self-registration is in effect, so please have the correct amount of money ready. The park provides three restrooms, two showers and one dump station
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Community of Dayton, WA
Community of Dayton, WA
Access to ski area, south of highway. Attractions in Dayton, WA: - Annual Dayton Days, parade, rodeos, and the WA, Touchet River Fun Run held on Memorial Day. - The Festival at the Depot, WA; third weekend of July. - Columbia County Fair, WA, Second weekend of September. Dayton, WA, Historic Home Tours - 2nd Sunday In October. - Blue Mountain Brix & Brew Festival, annual Benefit Auction for the Chamber of Commerce. - Annual All Wheels Weekend Classic Car Show, held in June.
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View from highway
Driving east
Driving east
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62.6
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway
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66.7
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, gravel turnout
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68.1
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, gravel turnout
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Tucannon River
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Roadside highway turnout
Large paved turnout
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Junction of highway # 261
North to community of Starbuck, WA. North to Lyons Ferry State Park, WA. NOTE: Crow Butte's landowner, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, now has a private operator managing the park. The park is open to the public between May 15 and Sept. 2. As of Nov. 1, 2002, Lyons Ferry is no longer under management of Washington State Parks Nov. 1, 2002.
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Junction of highway # 261
North to Palouse Falls State Park, WA. Palouse Falls State Park, a 105-acre camping park with a unique geology and history. The park offers a dramatic view of one of the state's most beautiful waterfalls. Palouse Falls, WA, drops from a height of 200 feet. The park has 10 tent spaces (one ADA), one dump station and two restrooms (both ADA). Sites have no hook-ups. Maximum site length is 40 feet (may have limited availability). Braziers are available.
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Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway
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View from highway
Driving east
Driving east
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Point of Interest
Crossing Pataha Creek, WA. Rainbow trout is the most popular type of fish taken from Pataha tHere is also eastern brook trout.
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Junction of highway # 127
Community of Dodge, WA. North to community of Dusty, WA. North to Central Ferry State Park, WA. NOTE: Central Ferry's landowner, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, now has a private operator managing the park. The park is open to the public between May 15 and Sept. 2
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Roadside highway turnout
Both sides of highway, paved turnouts
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97.6
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, small turnout
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Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, large gravel turnout
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Access to R V Park
South side of highway
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Community of Pomeroy, WA
Community of Pomeroy, WA
Incorporated 1886. Attractions in Pomeroy, WA - The Garfield County Fair, WA, held 2nd weekend in Sept.
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Services at highway
Business area of Pomeroy, WA.
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Access to Hospital - Police Station
North side of highway
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Access to R V Park
South side of highway
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Community of Pataha City, WA
Pataha City, WA. Located on Pataha Creek along the Nez Perce trail. - Attractions - The historic Hauswer Mill, WA, the mill is a working water-powered, flour mill, built in 1879.
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Roadside highway turnout with heritage marker
South side of highway, paved turnout
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118.5
View from highway
Driving east
Driving east
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Truck Chain up Areas
Both sides of highway
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Alpowa Summit Roadside highway turnout rest area
Both sides of highway, toilets picnic tables. Elevation 2785 ft.
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124.0
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, large gravel turnout
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124.8
Roadside highway turnout
Small turnout
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127.3
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, small gravel turnout
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127.6
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, small gravel turnout
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128.6
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, large gravel turnout
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131.1
View from highway
Driving east
Driving east
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131.8
Point of Interest
Crossing Stember Creek, WA.
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Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, large gravel turnout
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Point of Interest
Asotin County, WA, west boundary
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Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, paved and gravel turnout
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View from highway
Driving east
Driving east
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Point of Interest
Crossing Alpowa Creek, WA.
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Roadside highway turnout with heritage marker
South side of highway
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Point of Interest - photo view from highway
Point of Interest - photo view from highway
Looking at Lower Granite Lake, WA. Access to the 22-mile Clearwater, WA, & Snake River National Recreation Trail, WA. - The Trail has connecting parks, historic sites, natural attractions the trail follows Washington's, Snake and Clearwater Rivers. Bike or walk this scenic trail
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Access to Chief Timothy State Park, WA
North of highway. Located on an island in the Snake River, eight miles west of Clarkston, Washington. Camping Facilities in Chief Timothy State Park, WA. - 16 Tent Sites 33 RV Sites, Fire Pits/Grills Trailer Dump Station 17 Tent/RV Sites 50 Pull-Through Sites 40-Foot Maximum Vehicle Length The park is open to the public between May 15 and Sept. 2.
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Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
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150.0
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, large paved turnout
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Community of Clarkston, WA
Welcome to the Gateway to Hells Canyon, WA; North America's deepest river gorge. Located at the panoramic confluence of the Snake and Clearwater rivers, surrounded by gentle rolling hills, the Lewis-Clark Valley, WA, offers a huge variety of recreational activities all year
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Junction of highway # 128 east
Access to Clarkston, WA, city center.
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Access to R V Park

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Access to R V Park

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Junction of highway # 129
South to communities of Asotin, WA, 6 miles, Anatone 24 miles. 30 miles to the south is Fields Spring State Park, a 792-acre forested camping park remotely located in the Blue Mountains of Southeastern Washington. A portion of the park sits at a height of 4,500 feet on top of Puffer Butte, offering a magnificent view of three states and the Grand Ronde River. The park has 20 tent spaces, all of which are suitable for tents or RVs. The park also provides one dump station, two restrooms (one ADA) and two showers. One kitchen shelter, with electricity, and a wood stove
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Washington / Idaho State Border
Start / Finish of highway # 12 Travel Guide. East to city Lewiston Idaho. West to city Walla Walla, WA. Attractions in and around Lewiston Idaho. - Lewis-Clark Center for Arts and History, ID. - Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, ID. - Hell's Gate State Park, ID. Camping Facilities. electricity , water , Max 60' Space , firewood , showers , flush Toilets , group shelter , camp Store , dump Station. North to communities of Moscow, Idaho ,Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, via Idaho Highway #95. -- For highway travel via Idaho Highway #95 - See Free RV highway Itinerary - Highway #95 City of Lewiston, ID to City of Coeur d' Alene, ID for driving directions. -e9

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