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Washington State #105 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway # 101 - Pacific Coast Scenic Byway - City of Aberdeen
South to Raymond, Astoria Oregon. North to Amanda Park, WA, Port Angeles, WA. NOTE For highway travel north via Washington highway #101 - See RV highway map Itinerary City of Aberdeen, Wa to Port Angeles, WA for driving directions...... For Highway travel south via #101 The Pacific Coast Highway - See RV Itinerary - Oregon State Line to city of Aberdeen, WA, for driving directions

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    The Cranberry Coast Scenic Highway - Junction of Highway # 101 - Pacific Coast Scenic Byway -
    City of Aberdeen, WA - The Washington's Cranberry Coast route #105 is famous for kite flying. There is also a annual kite Flying Festival of the Winds. - Attractions in and around Aberdeen, WA. - Aberdeen Historical Homes Walking Tour - Aberdeen, WA, Museum of History. The museum features historical exhibits a general store, historic fire engine, blacksmith shop. - Washington's, Grays Harbor Historical Seaport. Grays Harbor 107 feet high Lighthouse,is the tallest lighthouse in Washington State - Polson Museum, WA, shows a restored 26-room mansion, with antiques and history of the area.
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    Pioneer Park
    East side of highway
    1.2
    2.0
    Access to Gray Harbor College, WA
    East side of highway
    5.5
    8.9
    Point of Interest
    Campbell Creek, WA
    6.0
    9.7
    Point of Interest
    Crossing Indian Creek Watershed
    8.1
    13.0
    O'Learly Creek Road
    East side of highway
    9.3
    15.0
    Point of Interest
    Crossing O'Learly Creek, WA, Watershed
    10.9
    17.5
    Community of Markham, WA
    Markham, WA is located in Grays Harbor County, WA.
    11.8
    19.0
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Johns River, WA
    14.9
    23.9
    Roadside highway turnout
    West side of highway, paved turnout
    15.3
    24.7
    Roadside highway turnout
    East side of highway, gravel turnout
    15.9
    25.6
    Community of Bay City, WA
    This former whaling station is a great place to see working oyster farms, from seeding to harvest.
    16.8
    27.0
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Elk River, WA.
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    30.0
    Twin Harbor State Park, WA
    The 172-acre camping park, Twin Harbors Beach State Park, is located on the Pacific Coast, four miles south of Westhaven. Many recreational opportunities abound in the area, such as nature study, seaside activity along the ocean shore, and the chance to lie in the sand and soak up the sun in one of the most beautiful places on earth. The park has 250 tent spaces, 49 utility spaces, one dump station, nine restrooms (one ADA) and 16 showers (two ADA). Hookup sites are small and close together and bigger rigs may have some trouble with site size. Maximum site length is 35 feet (may have limited availability).
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    30.4
    Junction of roadway
    North to communities of Cohasset Beach, Westport. Westport, WA is located at the mouth of Grays Harbor on the southernmost peninsula known as Point Chehalis. The area was in regular use as a summer resort by local Native American tribes.
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    31.4
    Public access to beach
    West of highway
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    35.0
    Community of Grayland, WA
    Access from highway
    21.9
    35.3
    Access to lodging
    Access from highway.
    23.2
    37.4
    Grayland Community Hall
    Access to visitor information
    23.7
    38.2
    Access to campground & R V Park
    West side of highway
    23.8
    38.3
    Grayland Beach State Park ( Cranberry Beach Road )
    Washington Grayland Beach State Park is a 412-acre, year-round, marine camping park with 7,449 feet of spectacular ocean frontage, just south of the town of Grayland. The park attracts kite flyers, kite-flying observers and those who just like a pleasant day at the beach. The park has 60 utility spaces, one restroom and two showers. There are six camping loops, each with ten full-hookup campsites and large, paved driveways that will accommodate larger rigs. Maximum site length is 40 feet (may have limited availability).
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    38.9
    View from highway
    Driving south
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    40.7
    Services at highway
    Fuel, west side of highway
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    40.8
    Midway Beach Road

    25.5
    41.0
    Public access to beach
    West side of highway
    25.7
    41.3
    Access to campground & R V Park
    West side of highway
    26.8
    43.1
    Community of North Cove, WA
    Access from highway. Attractions in North Cove, WA. - The North Cove Sand Castle Contest held in July.
    27.6
    44.4
    Junction of Old Highway #105
    West side of highway
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    46.2
    Roadside highway turnout with view area
    West side of highway
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    46.8
    Roadside highway turnout with view area
    West side of highway, paved turnout
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    Roadside highway turnout with view area
    West side of highway, access to boat launch
    30.0
    48.2
    Shoalwater Bay Indian Reserve, WA
    West boundary
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    49.5
    Community of Tokeland, WA
    South of highway. If you're looking for a secluded sanctuary, try Tokeland or North Cove, These quiet seaside villages offer beach combing, kite flying, storm and whale watching as standard fare. Other attractions The Annual WoodFest, features Wood artisans.
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    49.9
    Shoalwater Bay Indian Reserve
    Eastern boundary
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    53.3
    Roadside highway turnout
    South side of highway
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    56.0
    Roadside highway turnout
    North side of highway
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    58.1
    Roadside highway turnout with view area
    North side of highway, large turnout
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    59.7
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the North River, WA. The North River is 30 miles (48 km) long it empties into Willapa Bay, WA
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    63.1
    Roadside highway turnout
    South side of highway, large gravel turnout
    39.5
    63.5
    Point of Interest
    Crossing Smith Creek
    40.3
    64.9
    Roadside highway turnout
    West side of highway, large gravel turnout
    40.8
    65.6
    Roadside highway turnout
    East side of highway, gravel turnout
    41.9
    67.5
    Roadside highway turnout
    South side of highway, gravel
    45.1
    72.6
    Access to local Airport
    East side of highway
    48.0
    77.2
    View from highway
    Driving south
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    77.2
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Willapa River, WA. The Willapa River, WA, is 20 miles (32 km) in length. emptying into Washington's Willapa Bay
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    78.0
    Roadside highway turnout
    North side of highway
    49.7
    80.0
    Junction of highway # 101 ( The Pacific Coast Scenic Byway )
    Community of Raymond, WA. - Attractions in and around Raymond, WA - Willapa Seaport, WA, Museum features displays of marine artifacts, information on early shipbuilding, life saving services, lighthouse exhibits, lightships. - The Historical Raymond Theater, WA. The Theater is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. - Northwest Carriage Museum, WA. This museum shows 23 restored horse drawn vehicles... Start / finish of travel log. -e9