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Washington State #17 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
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Junction Highway #97.
Junction Highway #97.
South of community of Brewster, WA. Elevation: 820 ft./250 m. - North to community of Omak, WA. Canada / United States border. NOTE for highway travel via Washington Highway #97 - See Free RV Highway #97 map Itinerary Canada / United States Border to City of Wenatchee, WA; for driving directions. Attractions in and around Brewster, WA. - Brewster Annual King Salmon Derby, held around the end of July. - Bonanza Days/4th of July Celebration Columbia Cove Park - Brewster, WA, Health & Harvest Fair, Brewster, WA, Main Street Halloween Trick-or-Treat Parade.

0.0
0.0
Truck weigh station.
Truck weigh station.
South side of Highway.
0.8
1.3
Access to Fort Okanagan State Park & Interpretive Center
South side of highway. Washington Fort Okanagan) was founded as a fur trade outpost in 1811. Located at the confluence of the Okanogan, WA, and Columbia Rivers, WA as a fur trading outpost. Fort Okanagan State Park & Interpretive Center, WA, overlooks the fort site. The Interpretive Center explains the history of the fort, area pioneers and the fur trapping industry of the times. The Park is a day use only park.
1.6
2.6
Roadside highway turnout.
South side of highway.
3.9
6.3
Roadside highway turnout.
Roadside highway turnout.
South side of highway.
12.8
20.6
Access to Chief Joseph Dam & Bridgeport State Park, WA.
Access East of highway. Visitor Information for Chief Joseph Dam, WA. Bridgeport State Park, WA: 14 tent sites open April 1 to September 30. The Washington, Chief Joseph hydroelectric dam is 5,962 foot (1,817.2 m) long it is the second-largest hydroelectric producer in the United States. One can fish for Atlantic Salmon, Largemouth Bass.
12.9
20.8
Chief Joseph Dam. - Photo view from highway
Chief Joseph Dam. - Photo view from highway
Visible from highway.
13.1
21.1
Point of interest.
Bridge crossing the Columbia River, WA. The Washington Columbia River is the largest river in the Pacific Northwest of North America. It flowing from British Columbia into the U.S. Through Washington,State.
13.8
22.2
Junction Highway #173.
West to communities of Bridgeport, WA and Brewster, WA. Access to Chief Joseph Dam, WA. Attractions in and around Bridgeport, WA. - Bridgeport State Park, WA, Camping area, restrooms and picnic shelters, playground, showers boat launch and dock, swimming area. - Bridgeport, WA, Fireman Park, Picnic area with tables, restrooms, electric outlets.
14.2
22.9
Roadside highway turnout.
Viewpoint. East side of highway.
16.9
27.2
Access to community of Mansfield, WA
South of highway 15 miles.
17.1
27.5
Point of interest.
Foster Creek, WA, crossing.
29.4
47.3
K.N.E. Road.
West side of highway.
32.9
52.9
Hayes Road.
South side of highway.
38.8
62.4
Junction Highway #174.- Photo - Roadside highway turnout
Junction Highway #174.- Photo -  Roadside highway turnout
East to Grand Coulee Dam, WA. Grand Coulee Dam, WA, is a hydroelectric dam located on the Columbia River, WA. The hydro plant is the largest electric producer, the largest concrete structure, and is the seventh largest producer of hydroelectricity in the world. NOTE: For highway travel east via Washington Highway #174 - See Free RV Road Map Highway #174 Itinerary - Junction of Highway 2 to Highway #17 for highway directions.

51.0
82.1
Junction Highway #172.
13 miles West to community of Mansfield, WA.
53.4
85.9
Photo
 Photo
View from highway.
60.3
97.0
Access to road 8 N.E.
West side of highway.
63.9
102.8
Access to road 6 N.E.

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117.8
Junction Highway #2.
Highway 2 overlaps Highway 17.
73.3
118.0
Roadside highway turnout.
Roadside highway turnout.
Large paved turnout on South side of highway.
75.1
120.9
Point of interest.
Western boundary of Grant County, WA.
75.8
122.0
Access to Sun Lakes State Park, WA.
Highway #2 overlap leaves - follow #2 East to communities of Hartline, Washington, Winbur, Washington; access to Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, WA. The recreational area has 27 public campgrounds. There are no electrical sites, each site has a paved parking pads fire ring, and picnic table. - Sun Lakes State Park, WA. Camping Facilities: 162 tent sites, 18 utility spaces, maximum site length is 50 feet, one dump station, eight restrooms and eight showers. There is a a group camp for tents only, two boat ramps and 20 feet of dock. Picnic areas: 90 picnic tables.
79.0
127.1
Rest Area.
Rest Area.
Dry Falls Visitor Information Center. Viewpoint, toilets, picnic tables. This is a must-see!
82.1
132.1
Access to Sun Lakes State Park, WA.
East of highway - Park Lake Road.
83.2
133.9
Photo
Photo
View from highway.
85.2
137.1
Access to public fishing area.
East side of highway.
86.0
138.4
Access to campground.
South side of highway.
86.8
139.7
Roadside highway turnout.
Large gravel turnout - South side of highway.
87.0
140.0
State rest area.
Picnic tables, toilets.
87.2
140.3
Roadside highway turnout.
Gravel - South side of highway.
88.1
141.8
Roadside highway turnout.
View area - West side of highway.
90.2
145.2
Access to campground.
South side of highway.
92.7
149.2
Access to public fishing area.
North side of highway.
93.1
149.8
Roadside highway turnout.
North side of highway.
93.3
150.1
Roadside highway turnout.
South side of highway.
94.6
152.2
Access to Lake Lenore Caves. WA.
South side of highway. The Washington Lenore caves are overhangs,that over the years, caused by erosion. The caves are located along the cliffs at the Grand Coulee there's caves were probably used by early prehistoric man.
95.1
153.0
Roadside highway turnout.
North side of highway.
97.2
156.4
Roadside highway turnout.
West side of highway.
97.8
157.4
Roadside highway turnout.
West side of highway.
99.1
159.5
Roadside highway turnout.
West side of highway. Toilets available.
101.2
162.9
Lake Lenore Drive.

101.9
164.0
Roadside highway turnout.
Large gravel turnout - West side of highway.
105.0
169.0
Access to campground.
West side of highway.
105.3
169.5
Roadside highway turnout.
Viewpoint, paved - West side of highway.
108.1
174.0
Community of Soap Lake, WA
Incorporated in 1919. Soap Lake, WA comes from a Native word meaning “Healing Waters.” Believing the mud and the water to be successful treatment of a variety of aliments.
108.6
174.8
Access to campground.
West side of highway.
109.0
175.4
Junction Highway #28 West.
Follow Highway 28 West to communities of Epharta, WA, and Quincy, WA. Attractions in and around Epharta, WA. - Grant County, WA, Historical Museum & Village. The site features 30 buildings on site, large collections of antiques and artifacts. The village comes alive at the annual Living Museum weekend, the first part of June. - Basin Summer Sounds Annual Music Festival, WA; held in July - The Annual Sage-n-Sun Festival, WA, held in June. - Attractions in Quincy, WA: - Farmer-Consumer Awareness Day, held in Sept. - The Corn Maze, in the fall.
109.8
176.7
Junction Highway #28 East.
Follow #28 East to communities of Stratford, WA, and Odessa, WA. Attractions in and around Odessa, WA. The Odessa-Pacific Lake Trail, WA. Starting at BLM's 'Lakeview' (Pacific Lake) campsite north of Odessa, WA. This loop trail goes through ice-Age floods area that carved deep canyons through basalt rock formations. Odessa, WA. Annual Deutschesfest - Odessa, WA, Annual Desert 100, an off-road motorcycle race, WA.
111.7
179.8
18.8 N.E. Road.

115.7
186.2
Hatchery Road.
East side of highway.
121.9
196.2
Junction Highway #282.

122.3
196.8
Roadside highway turnout.
Historical Information sign, gravel turnout - South side of highway.
123.6
198.9
Point of interest.
Rocky Ford Creek, WA, crossing.
127.0
204.4
Snow-plow turnout.
Large paved turn-a-bout - both sides of highway.
134.8
216.9
Access to Conley Park.
Access from highway.
135.6
218.2
Snow-plow turnout.
Both sides of highway.
136.0
218.9
Randolf Road.
Access to Big Bend Community College, WA.
138.6
223.0
Access to Grant County Fairgrounds, WA.
West side of highway.
140.0
225.3
Community of Moses Lake, WA.
Northern boundary. Attractions in and around Moses Lake, WA. - 'The Moses Lake Museum & Art Center the museum,' features fossils from North America. _'The Moses Lake Water Sports Festival,' held in June. - 'The Moses Lake Spring Festival,' features carnivals & parades, held Memorial Day weekend. - 'The Moses Lake Museum & Art Center,' features displays of Native American artifacts from the area.
143.4
230.8
Point of interest.
Paker Horn River crossing.
143.8
231.4
Junction Highway #171.
Broadway Ave.
146.6
235.9
Services at highway.
North side of highway.
147.2
236.9
Highway 17 joins Interstate 90.
Business loop.
148.9
239.6
Junction Interstate 90.
West to Ellensburg, Seattle. East to Spokane.
149.1
239.9
Moses Lake Park & Ride.
West side of highway.
152.3
245.1
Access to campground.
West side of highway.
152.4
245.3
Snow-plow turnout.
Paved - both sides of highway.
161.6
260.1
Point of interest.
Crossing Lind Coulee, WA.
164.6
264.9
Junction Highway #262 West.
12 Miles West to Potholes State Park. Camping facilities: 61 tent spaces, 60 utility spaces, electrical sites, group camping sites, showers, toilets, dump station. There is a Day Camp, picnic area, toilets, 4 boat launching sites with docks, fishing for Bass and Trout - West to Columbia Wildlife Refuge, WA.
166.4
267.8
Junction Highway #170.
East to community of Warden, Washington.
171.5
276.0
Access to campground.
West side of highway.
177.0
284.8
Self Weigh Station.
Both sides of highway.
178.1
286.6
Sutton Road.

179.8
289.3
Access to campground.
West side of highway.
181.3
291.8
Lee Road.
Access to community of Bruce, Washington.
182.9
294.3
Cunningham Road.
Community of Othello - West of highway.
184.6
297.1
Junction Highways #24 and #26.
West via Highway 24 to Yakima, Washington.
190.7
306.9
Athey Road.

206.2
331.8
Junction Highway #260.
East to community of Connell, Washington. Attractions in and around Connell, WA: - 'Connell Heritage Museum,' features history of the area, with displays of historical artifacts. - 'Connell's wall murals' - 'North Franklin Fall Festival,' car show, carnival, music, go-cart races, parade, arts and crafts, held in September. - The Chamber of Commerce annual 'Wine and Brew Fest,' local wines and micro brews, held second Saturday in November.
208.3
335.2
Snow-plow turnout.
Paved - West side of highway.
212.8
342.5
Lincoln Road.
West side of highway.
213.7
343.9
Access to Community of Basin City, Washington
West side of highway.
215.4
346.6
Community of Mesa, Washington
Northern Limits.
216.5
348.4
Mesa.

217.8
350.5
Junction Highway #395.
Follow Highway 395 South to Kennewick, WA / Tri-Cities, WA. NOTE: For highway travel via Washington Highway #395 See Free RV highway map #395 Mesa to Tri-Cities, Pasco, Richland, Kennewick (Oregon Border) for driving directions. -e9

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