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Washington Ferry Terminal Highway #2 - Anacortes. Washington
Anacortes, WA, Ferry Terminal. Ferries to Orcas Island, WA. - Shaw Island, WA. - Sidney, British Columbia, Lopez Island.
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1.1
131 ft.
Sunset Ave - Anacortes, Washington.
Anacortes is the home port to the San Juan Islands. Attractions in Anacortes, WA. - 'The Anacortes Arts Festival, held in August. - 'The Annual Oyster Run', biker-friendly motorcycle rally held in September. west access to Washington Park. Facilities: 75 campsites, picnic sites, restrooms, showers, laundry services, boat launch, day use area, and car pullouts with beach access to Sunset Beach. There is 2.3 mile loop road avaiable for cars, joggers, bicyclists and walkers providing access to a lookout of Burrows Bay and several shoreline areas.
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5.3
82 ft.
I Ave
North access to Guemes Ferry, noth of highway
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20 ft.
Commercial Ave
Access to Cap Sante Park, WA. a viewpoint overlooking the City of Anacortes, WA, Fidalgo Bay, and the Anacortes Marina. North of this point is where the Anacortes Art Festival is held, from here north 10 blocks, artisans display their wares. There is entertainment, music and all kinds of food booths. This is one of the finest shows we have come across on our travels. Milebymile spent 4 hours, having a great time
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6.1
Anacortes Art Festival
Held north of this point
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59 ft.
Anacortes, WA. - 26th St.
West access to Anacortes Hospital.
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12.6
30 ft.
Alternate Route 20spur
Access to Whidbey Island, Washington, communities of Oak Harbor, Washington, Coupeville, Washington. Access to Fort Ebey State Park Campground. Facilities: 40 campsites, 10 campsites with electricity and water hook-ups, flush toilets, showers, no trailer dump station - Rhododendron State Day Use Park. Access via highway spur 20 to Deception Pass Washington State Park: Amenities 167 tent sites, 143 utility sites, power, water, 2 RV dump stations, showers $ - Deception Pass State Park is also a marine Park.

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16.9
Access to RV Campgrounds
South North access to Swinomish Washington Northern Lites Casino Campground: Amenities, pull through sites, elec RV Sites, water, sewer, restaurant. If no RV camping sites available you can park on the lot overnight, there is a $10 charge.
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17.8
View from highway
Traveling east
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20.1
7 ft.
Bridge crossing
Crossing Telegraph Slough, WA.
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13 ft.
Junction of Route #536
South of Highway.
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16 ft.
Access to Skagit Regional Airport,, WA
North of highway.
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33 ft.
Junction of Interstate Highway #5 - Exit #230
South to communities of Mount Vernon, Washington, Everett, Washington, Seattle, Washington. NOTE: For highway travel via Washington Interstate Highway #5 - See Free RV Highway Map Itinerary Oregon / Washington State Line To Canada/ United States Border for driving directions

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33 ft.
Old Highway #99 S
City of Burlington, Washington. NOTE Highway #20 at this point east is called 'The North Cascades Highway', WA. Attractions in Burlington, WA. - Children's Museum of Skagit County - Lincoln Theatre, a restored 1926 vaudeville & silent movie house.
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49 ft.
Hospital Drive
Access to Burlington United General Hospital, WA.
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52 ft.
Junction of Highway #9
Community of Sedro Woolley, WA; attractions, 'The Annual Loggerodeo', WA. Features A logging festival, parades, chainsaw carvings, held 4th of July weekend. - Sedro-Woolley Walking Tour; Sedro-Woolley's historic downtown. North access to the 'Gateway Golf Course', WA.
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39.8
View from highway
Driving east
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85 ft.
Prevdell Street -
Community of Lyman, Washington
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115 ft.
Pettit Street
Community of Hamilton, Washington
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203 ft.
Russell Road
South access to Rasar Washington State Park, camping. Facilities: 18 camp sites, 20 RV campsites with electricity and water, dump station three primitive hiker/biker sites.The Park is located along the north shore of the Washington Skagit River
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213 ft.
S Superior Ave
North access to community of Concrete, Washington, attractions 'Upper Skagit Bald Eagle Festival' - 'Concrete Cascade Days' - 'Fall Color Festival/Taste & Tour', WA featuring, Birdsview Brewing Co. WA, Challenger Ridge Winery, WA Eagle Haven Winery, WA and Glacier Peak Winery. WA.
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456 ft.
Rockport Washington State Park
Day Park only - Campground closed indefinitely owing to safety hazards
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276 ft.
Junction of Highway #530
Community of Rockport, Washington. South to community of Darrington, Washington. Bob Barker from the CBS show 'The Price Is Right'. Darrington is his hometown.
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Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway
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View from highway
Driving east. Looking at Washington Skagit River
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Clark's Skagit River Resort, WA
North of highway. Cabins, RV sites camping sites
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318 ft.
Ranger Station Road
North access to Mount Baker National Forest/North Cascades National Park, WA. North Cascades National Park has 318 glaciers, the most of any US park outside Alaska. Camping: 140 backcountry campsites. Camps include toilets, tent pads, and in some cases fire pits and tables.
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View from highway
Driving east.
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Alpine RV Park
North of highway. RV sites tent sites, hot showers
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348 ft.
Point of Information - Honeysuckle Lane
West Boundary of Mount Baker National Park, WA. located on the west side of the Cascade Mountains.
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354 ft.
Point of information
Crossing Bacon Creek, WA.
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371 ft.
National Forest Road #1060
North side of highway. Western boundary of Ross Lake National Recreational Area, WA
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449 ft.
National Forest Road #375
North side of highway.
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502 ft.
Access to North Cascades Visitor Centre
South side of highway apx 1 1/2 miles
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515 ft.
Community of Newhalem, Washington - Main Street
South side of highway. The movie 'WarGames', was filmed in Newhalem,
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View from highway
Driving east
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1093 ft.
Road side highway pullout with view point
South side of highway. Looking south of the viewpoint you will see 'The Skagit River' and 'The Diablo Dam', WA, This dam was at one time, the world's tallest dam at 389 feet.
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View from highway
Driving east. Looking at Gorge Lake, WA in the distance.
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896 ft.
Diablo Street
North side of highway access to community of Diablo, Washington
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892 ft.
Point of Information
Crossing the Skagit River (Gorge Lake, WA)
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1381 ft.
Point of information
Thunder Lake, WA, east side of highway
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1234 ft.
Road side highway pullout with view point
Both sides of highway access to Skagit River (Thunder Arm)
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1211 ft.
Point of information
Crossing the Skagit River (Thunder Arm, WA.) a bay of Diablo Lake, mWA.
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1719 ft.
Road side highway pullout with view point
North side of highway.
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3720 ft.
Easy Pass Trail
South side of highway. Easy Pass Trail is located in Mount Baker National Forest, Washington.
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4865 ft.
Point of interest
Entering Chelan County Line, WA.
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4856 ft.
Wenatchee National Forest Development Road #600
Both sides of highway.
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191.0
4521 ft.
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway.
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5456 ft.
Road side highway turnout - Rest - View Point Area
North of highway apx 1/2 mile Junction of National Forest Road #500 paved.
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4058 ft.
Junction of Okanogan National Forest Road #400
South side of highway
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View from highway
Driving east
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Juncton of Okanogan Forest Road #300
North side of highway.
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2677 ft.
Juncton of Okanogan Forest Road #200
South side of highway.
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View from highway
Driving east
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2228 ft.
Juncton of Okanogan Forest Road #193 - (Cassal Ranch Road)
North side of highway.
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2133 ft.
Juncton of Okanogan Forest Road #100
South side of highway.
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2126 ft.
Lost River Road - Mazama, Washington
North side of highway. Mazama, Washington was established in 1899 at that time it was called 'Goat Creek'. In Spanish Mazama means 'mountain goat'. Mazama set the coldest temperature in Washington State at -48 degrees F (-44.4 degrees C) in 1968.
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1946 ft.
Point of information
Crossing The Methow River, WA. The river is a tributary of the Washington Columbia River. The river is features whitewater river rafting, fishing for Steelhead resident Cutthroat, Rainbow, Bull trout and Whitefish.
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1962 ft.
Junction of Goat Creek Road
North side of highway
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View from highway
Driving east
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Park
South access to park with public RV parking and picnic areas. A short walk from the park to the junction of Washington's Methow and the Chewuch Rivers
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Park
Photo taken from just south of the park. looking at the Methow River
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Bridge Crossing
Crossing he Chewuch River, WA. Entering the town of Withrop, WA.
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1772 ft.
Community of Winthrop, Washington - (Riverside Ave)
Winthrop, Washington, buildings are of the American Old West. Attractions in Winthrop. - 'The Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival', 'The Winthrop Rhythm and Blues Festival', - the oldest legal saloon in Washington state. - 'Winthrop Shafer Museum', WA. the museum shows the history of the Winthrop, Washington and area. East access to Pearrygin Lake Washington State Park: Amenities - 67 RV full hook-up sites, 92 standard sites, two cabins, RV dump station. Winthrop is a motorcyclist friendly town. Washington Highway 20 is a premier motorcycle highway and is visited by many bikers over the spring/summer, season.
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Community of Winthrop, Washington - (Riverside Ave)
Winthrop's town buildings have a early western theme.
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Community of Winthrop, Washington - (Riverside Ave)
There are many shops and food places
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Services at highway, fuel
East side
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1736 ft.
Point of information
Crossing the Methow River, WA.
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White Ave
West access to Big Twin Lake Campground, WA. RV and camping sites
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Winthrop KOA North Cascades National Park
East of highway. Full RV Camping sites.
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1719 ft.
Lakeview Road
South access to Dibble Lake, WA.
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1736 ft.
Old Twisp Highway S.
North side of highway.
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Access to camping
Riverbend RV Park, WA - Full RV hookups tenting sites
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1598 ft.
Point of Information
Crossing the Twisp river. Entering the community of Twisp, Washington. Established in 1897. Attractions - 'Confluence Gallery & Art Center', features artists from the Pacific Northwest.
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Twisp, Washington
Access to fuel, services
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1562 ft.
Point of Information
Crossing the Methow River, WA.
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1598 ft.
Twisp Airport Road
Access to Twisp Airport, WA. South side of highway.
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1532 ft.
Junction of Highway #153 - (Ross Road)
South to communities of Carlton, Washington, Methow, Washington, Pateros, Washington.
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1752 ft.
Lower Beaver Creek Road
South side of highway. Photo view from highway. Looking at the Methow Valley.
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1942 ft.
Upper Beaver Creek Road
North side of highway.
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Entering the Okanogan National Forest
Western boundary
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2992 ft.
Okanogan National Forest Road #100
North of highway.
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277.0
3478 ft.
Okanogan National Forest Road #600
South of Highway.
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4003 ft.
National Forest Roaway #4200
North side of highway.
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3494 ft.
Buck Lookout Road
North side of highway.
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2608 ft.
Woody Mountain Road
South side of highway.
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2385 ft.
Loup Loup Canyon Road
North of highway access to Loomis State Forest, WA.
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Bridge crossing
Crossing Loop Loop Creek
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2320 ft.
Buzzard Lake Road
North of highway. North access to Buzzard Lake, WA. Pleasant Valley West Road, south side of highway.
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2211 ft.
Leader Lake Road
North access to Leader Lake, WA and Spaulding Lake, WA.
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View from highway
Traveling east
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879 ft.
Old US Highway #97
South side of highway.
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866 ft.
B and O North Road
North side of highway.
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309.8
837 ft.
Okanogan, Washington - Junction of Route #215
Community of Okanogan, Washington. North to Okanogan, WA. Attractions in Okanogan, Washington: - Okanogan County Historical Museum, WA. The museum shows the early pioneer life of settlers coming to Okanogan County. Located beside the museum is the Wilson Historical Research Center and Fire Hall Museum.
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810 ft.
Point of information
Crossing the Okanogan River, WA; a tributary of the Columbia River, 115 mi (185 km) in length.
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883 ft.
Junction of Highway #97
NOTE: Highway #20 Joins Highway #97 at this point. South to communities of Chelan, Washington, attractions The 'Chelan Museum', features history of North Central Washington, native American displays. - 'Lake Chelan Boat Company',WA, offers boat tours of Lake Chelan, WA. - Wenatchee & East Wenatchee, Washington. Attractions: 'The Apple Blossom Festival' a two-week festival featuring parades art and crafts. 'The Wenatchee Valley Super Oval', auto racing. - 'Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center' the museum has rotating exhibits, artifacts showing the regions history and also displays of Art. - 'Wenatchee Confluence State Park Campground' Facilities - 8 tent spaces, 51 utility spaces, showers, water, picnic tables, campfire grills, one dump station. NOTE: - For Highway travel via Washington Highway #97 North or south - See Free RV Road Map Itinerary Highway #97 - Canada / United States Border to City of Wenatchee, WA for driving directions

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892 ft.
Access to Okanogan Legion Airport, WA
East of highway.
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883 ft.
Cameron Lake Road
East access to Cameron Lake, Washington.
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883 ft.
Washington Highway #155 - Omak Washington,
Omak Washington, attractions 'Annual Omak Stampede & World Famous Suicide Race'.West access to 'Conconully Washington State Park'. Camping facilities: 82 full service RV sites, four restrooms, showers, dump stations.
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319.1
Omak Washington
This photo shows part of the race course of the Annual Suicide horse race held in August. The contestants, race around the course and race down this hill plunging into the Okanogan river swimming across the river to the finish line - Editors Note - 'This is a must see'
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319.8
827 ft.
Point of information
Crossing the Okanogan River, WA.
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320.4
958 ft.
Junction of Highway #215
Start/Finish of Section 1 - Washington Highway #20 For continuance of highway #20 - SEE Free RV Highway Map Itinerary, Section 2 - Washington Highway #20 - Omak, Washington to the Washington/Idaho State Line for driving directions. -e11