|John Day, Oregon, Junction of United States Highway #26
||Community of John Day, Oregon located on the southern bank of John Day River, north of Canyon City, Oregon, in Grant County, Oregon.
|NW Canton Street
||NW Canton Street, The Kam Wah Chung & Co. Museum, a National Historic Landmark in John Day, Oregon that preserves early Chinese culture in Oregon, Kam Wah Chung State Park,
|Ford Road: Hospital
||Ford Road, Blue Mountain Hospital, Part of the Blue Mountain Hospital District, offers medical services in John Day, Oregon.
|NW 3rd Avenue
||NW 3rd Avenue, Grant County Fairgrounds, in John Day, Oregon
|Vista Drive: Golf Club
||Vista Drive, John Day Golf Club, located just off United States Highway #395, west of John Day, Oregon.
|Access: Recreation Site
||Access, Clyde Holliday State Park, Clyde Holliday State Recreation Site,
|Mount Vernon, OR
||Junction United States Highway #26, at Mount Vernon, Oregon, a city in Grant County, Oregon, United States Route #26 (John Day Highway) takes a diversion from United States Highway #395 and travels westward after running concurrently from a Junction at John Day, Oregon.
|Forest Route: Lake
||Forest Route, to, Gordon Lakes,
|County Road 32
||County Road 32 / E Beech Creek Road, NFD Road 36,
|NFD Road 131
||NFD Road 131/266/097,138, These forest routes traverse the forest off United States Route #395,
|NFD 3950 Road
||NFD 3950 Road, NFD Road 3955, 3956, Black Butte Lookout, a lookout tower located in the forest west of United States Highway #395,
|County Road 25
||County Road 25, Jack Vaugh Road, Monument to Courtrock Road,
|Long Creek, Oregon
||Main Street, County Road 18, Long Creek, Oregon, a city in Grant County, Oregon, located in a high valley of the Blue Mountains, of Oregon. Long Creek Community Church and a Seventh-day Adventist Church, are located in Long Creek, Oregon. Oregon Route #402 has its western terminus at Long Creek, Oregon.
|Old Ritter Road
||Old Ritter Road, County Road 13, Ritter Butte Lookout,
|County Road 20
||County Road 20/Up Middle Fork Road, County Road 15,
||Trout Road / NFD 3971, NFD 900 Road, traverse through the Umatilla National Forest, On either sides off the United States Highway #395
|Bone Point Road
||Bone Point Road, NFD 3963 Road, into Umatilla National Forest,
|NFD Road 105
||NFD Road 105, NFD Road 10, NFD Road 1003,
|NFD Road 55
||NFD Road 55 / County Road 1488, NFD Road 035, along the North Fork John Day River, in Umatilla National Forest, Oregon. Driftwood Campground, a campground, located on the banks the John Day River North Fork within Umatilla National Forest, Oregon.
|North Fork John Day River Road
||North Fork John Day River Road, travels westerly along the North Fork John Day River
|NFD Road 100
||NFD Road 100, NFD Road 140, wind through the Umatilla National Forest,
||Junction Oregon Route #244 / Ukiah-Hilgard Highway, NFD Road 053, Ukiah, Oregon, a city in Umatilla County, Oregon,
|County Road 1428
||County Road 1428, Log Spring Road, Albee Road,
||Albee Road / County Road 1417 Road, Yellow Jacket Road,
|Forest Route: State Park
||Forest Route, to, Battle Mountain Forest State Park, a State Park located along United States Highway #395, within Umatilla National Forest, in Oregon
|County Road 1411
||County Road 1411 / Bear Creek Road,
||Gurdane Road / County Road 1425, near Potts Canyon, Crosses the East Fork Butter Creek,
||Junction Oregon Route #74/Heppner Highway, Butter Creek Road,
|Pilot Rock, OR
||Pilot Rock, Oregon, a city in Umatilla County, Oregon, United States Highway #395 passes through this city of Pilot Rock, Oregon.
|Spring Creek Road
||Spring Creek Road / County Road 1050,
||Access Road, Pendleton Country Club, a golf course, located west of United States Highway #395,
|Access Road: Dam/Reservoir
||Access Road, McKay Reservoir, created by McKay Dam, located just east off United States Highway #395, Schroeder Road/County Road 1311, to, Blue Mountain Wildlife,
||McKay Drive, Tutuilla Road, County Road 1075, Shaw Road,
|Junction : Pendleton, OR
||Junction United States Highway #30 / Interstate Highway #84, Pendleton, Oregon, a city in Umatilla County, Oregon, Pendleton Center for the Arts, and Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts on the nearby Umatilla Indian Reservation, and Umatilla River are main places of interest in Pendleton, Oregon. Pendleton Community Park, McKay Park, Rice Bakey Park, are some of the parks located in Pendleton, Oregon.
|Murietta Road / Westgate
||Murietta Road / Westgate, County Road 1300, Blue Mountain Community College, a community college located in Pendleton, Oregon, Pendelton Concrete (Skate) Park, St. Anthony's Hospital,
||Barnhart Road / County Road 1108/1109,
|County Road / Yoakum Road
||County Road / Yoakum Road, connects with Old Pendleton River that runs along the River on the south of this junction.
|County Road 1137
||County Road 1137, Echo Road, Stage Gulch Road,
||Junction Interstate Highway #84 / United States Highway #30, United States Highway #395 parts its way with the combine and diverts north to Stanfield, Oregon.
||E Coe Avenue, Stanfield Loop Road, Stanfield, Oregon, a city in Umatilla County, Oregon,
|Airport Way: Airport
||Airport Way, Hermiston Municipal Airport, a public airport located southeast of the city of Hermiston, Oregon in Umatilla County, Oregon,
||Junction Oregon Route #207, Hermiston, Oregon, a city in Umatilla County, Oregon, located south of the Columbia River, Lake Wallula, and the McNary Dam. McKenzie Park, Good Shepherd Medical Center,
|Theater Lane : Sports Park
||Theater Lane, Theater Sports Park,
||Junction United States Highway #730, McNary Golf Course, McNary Beach Recreation Area, a recreation site located on Lake Walulla, Hat Rock State Park, located off United States Highway #730, on the Oregon side of the Columbia River.
|Junction: Umatilla, OR
||Junction Interstate Highway #84, Umatilla, Oregon, a city in Umatilla County, Oregon, located near the confluence of Umatilla River with Columbia River,
||Umatilla Bridge, that carries the United States Highway #395 across Columbia River into Washington, Oregon/Washington Stateline.
United States Highway #395 continues to traverse into Washington, passes through Spokane, Washington before terminating at the United States/Canada International Border. Highway Guide on United States Highway #395, Section #2 ends.