|Junction at Shaniko, Oregon
||Junction United States Highway #97/Sherman Highway, at Shaniko, Oregon, a city located in Wasco County, Oregon, This is where the Oregon Route #218 terminates on the west. This Highway runs easterly through mountainous terrain and ends at Fossil, Oregon on the east.
||Union Street, Bennett Road, Antelope, Oregon, a city located on Oregon Highway #218, in Wasco County, Oregon.
||Junction Oregon Route #293/Antelope Highway, South Street, Tub Springs Road, Oregon Highway #293 connects with United States Highway #97 on the southwest.
|Cold Camp Road
||Cold Camp Road, Muddy Road, NE Divide Road,
|Road along John Day River
||Road along John Day River, towards Black Rock, Clarno, Oregon, Rotten Lake, Big Lake, Dry Lake, located off this mountainous road along the western banks of John Day River
||Clarno Bridge, a bridge that spans John Day River and carries Oregon Highway #218 across, near Clarno, Oregon.
||Clarno Road, runs along the John Day River in wheeler County, Oregon
|Road Access: Fossil Hills
||Road Access to, Fossil Hills, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument area, Oregon
|Pine Creek Road: Ranch
||Pine Creek Road, Pine Creek Ranch, Cottonwood Creek Road, make a loop and joins Oregon Route #218 at another location.
|Cottonwood Creek Road
||Cottonwood Creek Road, Pine Creek Road,
||Junction Oregon Route #19, at Fossil, Oregon, a city in Wheeler County, Oregon, It is here the Oregon Highway #218 has its eastern terminus. Fossil, Oregon is the only public fossil field in the USA, where one can pay a nominal fee, can hunt for fossils and keep any found. An antique automobile museum and a local history museum are located in Fossil, Oregon. Wheeler Court House Park, a park located along the Oregon Route #218, south of Fossil, Oregon.