||Junction Oregon Route #242 with Oregon Route #126 at Blknap Springs, Oregon, east of McKenzie Bridge State Airport, a public airport located east of McKenzie Bridge, Oregon, in Lane County, Oregon. This is where Oregon Route #242 begins on the west to terminate on the east at Sisters, Oregon. Oregon Route #242 winds through the Willamette National Forest and Deschutes National Forest, in Oregon.
||Access Road, to, CWB Meadow, White Branch Falls, a waterfall located within Willamette National Forest, off Oregon Route #242,
||Access, to a Trail to Proxy Falls, in the Willamette National Forest, Proxy Falls, waterfalls located in the thick forest, off Oregon Route #242, Trail to Linton Falls, a small waterfall located adjacent to Linton Lake, a lake located in Willamette National Forest,
|NFD Road 1624
||NFD Road 1624, traverses the thick forest,
|NFD Road 260: Lake
||NFD Road 260, Scott Lake, Visitors can enjoy a panaromic view of the Three Sisters from Scott Lake,
||Access, to, Campers Lake, a lake located east of Oregon Route #242 in Willamette National Forest, Oregon, and On the northwest lies Hand Lake, alongside the Oregon Route #242.
||Craig Lake, a small lake located just off the Oregon Route #242,
||McKenzie Pass, a mountain pass in the Cascade Range in Oregon, Oregon Route #242 passes through McKenzie Pass, where a vast lava flow and volcanic rubble are found. Dee Wright Observatory, an observation spot, built with Lava stones, Dee Wright Observatory offers grand panaromic views of the Cascade peaks visible from the McKenzie Pass.
||Access Road, to Lava Camp Lake, a small lake located adjacent to the Lava flow area on the McKenzie Pass, in Deschutes National Forest, Oregon
|NFD Road 1028
||NFD Road 1028, NFD Road 100, These forest routes traverse the Deschutes National Forest, near Cache Mountain, Mount Washington,
|Trout Creek Butte Road
||Trout Creek Butte Road / NFD Road 1018, Deschutes National Forest,
|Edgington Road: Reservoir
||Edgington Road, Sisters Reservoir, a small reservoir located southwest of Sisters, Oregon,within Deschutes National Forest, in Central Oregon
||Junction United States Highway #20 / Oregon Route #126, in Sisters, Oregon, a city in Deschutes County, Oregon, It is here the Oregon Route #242 has its eastern terminus. Hiking, biking and horse riding trails extend from the city of Sisters, Oregon, into the Three Sisters Wilderness. Hoodoo ski resort and many snow parks are nearby. The Sisters Rodeo, an event held annually here since 1941.