|Modesto, CA - Junction California Route #99
||Community of Modesto, California. Attractions: The McHenry Mansion, a National Historic Place, McHenry Museum, The State Theatre, Gallo Center for the Arts, Center for Performing Arts, and the George Lucas Plaza Statue, an merican Graffiti-inspired bronze statue in honor of Modesto filmmaker George Lucas.
|Stanford Avenue: Vintage Faire Mall
||West to Vintage Faire Mall, a shopping mall located in Modesto, California, located adjacent to California Route #9.
|Claribel Road/California Route #219
||California Route #219 goes west to the community of Salida, CA (limited services). To the east, Claribel Road heads to the community of Claribel, CA. Limited services.
||North to the community of Del Rio, CA. Limited services.
||South to the city of Riverbank, California. California Highway #108 passes through this city.
|Santa Fe Road
||North to the community of Escalon, California.
|California State Highway 120
||This highway separates from CA State Highway 108 and proceeds north to the community of Adela, CA (limited services).
||North to Oakdale Golf and Country Club and Kerr Park in East Oakdlale, CA.
|East Oakdale, CA
||Community of East Oakdale, CA. North of highway.
|Orange Blossom Road: Recreation Site
||This road crosses the Stanislaus River and goes to Orange Blossom Recreation Site, located on the banks of Stanislaus River, off California Route #108.
|Knights Ferry, CA
||Community of Knights Ferry, California, located on the Stanislaus River, nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. A museum about the history of the town and also about local wildlife is located here in Knights Ferry, California, a former booming mining town. Rafting trips on the Stanislaus River are provided.
||To the Stanilaus River, near the Basalt Rocks formation along California Route #108.
|Tulloch Dam Road
||Runs along the Stanislaus River to Goodwin Dam. Further on is Tulloch Dam. The Stanislaus River is one of the largest tributaries of the San Joaquin River in California. Lake Tulloch South Shore Marina & Campground, South Shore Recreation Area, located on the southern-southeastern shores of Tulloch Reservoir.
|Loop Road: Lake
||A Loop Road, located on California Route #108, runs by a small Lake on Owl Creek, near the Table Rock, on Table Mountain,
|Rushing Hill Lookout Road
||Connects with Tulloch Road and Rock River Road to the south.
|Kistler Ranch Airport Access Road
||North to Kistler Ranch Airport.
|La Grange Road/County Road J59
||South to the community of La Grange, CA. Old Don Pedro Road (off La Grange Rd), heads to Don Pedro Reservoir, an artificial lake formed by Don Pedro Dam across the Tuolumne River in the Stanislaus National Forest.
|Obyrnes Ferry Road/County Road E15: Historical Monument
||West to the community of The Shores of Poker Flat, lies an elevation of 584 ft above sea level, on the shores of the Tulloch Reservoir. Tulloch Lake, O Byrnes Ferry Historical Monument.
|California State Highway 120
||South-east-south to the community of Chinese Camp, California, in the grassy foothills of the Sierra near the southern end of California's Gold Country.
||California Route #49/Montezuma Road merges with California Route #120 in the community of Chinese Camp, California, which lies in the grassy foothills of the Sierra Mountains. Further along is the community of Moccasin, California, located on the shore of Moccasin Reservoir at the edge of Lake Don Pedro.
||Community of Jamestown, California. Railtown 1897 State Historic Park (S 5th Ave), the Sierra Railway. The Historic Park preserves the historic core of the original Sierra Railway of California. Tours of the circa 1920s locomotive roundhouse and machine shop and related exhibits are some features of the Railtown.
||To the north, this road merges with Shaws Flat Road and goes to the community of Springfield, CA, once a California Gold Rush boomtown.
|California State Highway #49
||North to the community of Sonora, California, located in the Sierra Nevada foothills, in the heart of California's Gold Country. Mother Lode Fairgrounds; Woods Creek Rotary Park; Columbia Airport, a public airport located north of Sonora, CA; Columbia State Historic Park, also known as Columbia Historic District, a California state park and National Historic Landmark District located in Columbia, California. The Columbia Museum, formerly the Cavalier Museum, is located here in the Knapp building. Free tours of the town are offered on weekends year-round and daily in the summer.
|Old Wards Ferry Road
||To Sonora Regional Medical Center.
|Peace Valley Road
||Peace Valley Road, Pioneer Lake Road, East Sonora, California, a community in Tuolumne County, California
|Phoenix Lake Road
||Goes to Phoenix Reservoir, Phoenix Lake Golf Course, the communities of Phoenix Lake-Cedar Ridge, California and Mono Vista, California.
|California State Highway 108/Standard Road
||To the north-west, CA State Highway 108 travels to the community of East Sonora, CA. To the south, Standard Road goes to the community of Standard, CA. Limited services.
||Community of Soulsbyville, California, located along California Highway #108. Soulsbyville United Methodist, Cavalry Chapel of Sonora.
|Mono Vista, CA
||Community of Mono Vista, CA. Limited services.
|Twain Harte Drive
||Leads to Twain Harte Golf Course and Sierra Pines Golf Course.
|Twain Harte, CA
||Community of Twain Harte, California, located along California Highway #108.
||A very small town located on California Route #108 lies at an elevation of 420 ft.
|Middle Camp Sugar Pine Road
||Leads to Sierra Pines Golf Course, Lakewood Park Lake.
|Mi-Wuk Village, CA
||Community of Mi-Wuk Village, CA. Limited services.
|Sierra Village, California
||Community of Sierra Village, California, located on California Route #108. Limited services.
|Lyons Reservoir Road
||North to Lyons Dam, a dam across the South Fork River, creating Lyons Reservoir. 3 Pools, located north off California Highway #108, Odd Fellow Sierra Park, lies east of the State Highway #108.
|Long Barn, California
||A community in Tuolumne County, California, located northeast of Mi-Wuk Village, California off State Route #108.
|Word of Life Fellowship
||Word of Life Fellowship, located on State Route #108.
|Old Mono Road/Lassen Drive
||Camp Hi-Sierra, a BSA Camp site, where CHS Programs are conducted, on the shore of Miwok Lake, located off California Route #108.
||Community of Pinecrest, California. Ample opportunities for outdoor activities on and around Pinecrest Lake are available like Hiking Trail, Bust Rock Trail, and Dodge Ridge Ski Resort, Chair Cars. Camp Lake, a small tarn located in the Emigrant Wilderness in Tuolumne County, California, north of Yosemite National Park. It is accessible only to hikers and equestrians via the popular Deer Lake Trail.
||Community of Stawberry, California. Limited services.
|Forest Route 5N02
||Connects with Hells Half Acre Road, Cow Creek, in Stanislaus National Forest, spread over four counties in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Northern California, one of the oldest national forests. The Emigrant Wilderness is located within the forest. Two ski resorts Dodge Ridge and Bear Valley operate here in the Stanislaus National Forest.
|Leland Meadow Road
||To Leland Reservoir and Snow Play Park, located on the northern shore of Leland Reservoir, off California Highway #108.
|Forest Route 5N28
||To Tooth Rock, a rock formation resembling a tooth, located in Stanislaus National Forest, off California Route #108.
|Forest Route 5N06
||To Donnell Dam and Donnell Lake.
|Donell Vista Point
||A viewing point from where spectacular views of Donnell Lake and surrounding Stanislaus National Forest are offered.
|Forest Route 7N83/Clark Fork Road
||To Clark Fork Campground, located in Stanislaus National Forest, off California Route #108.
|Forest Route: Kennedy Meadows
||Runs along Middle Fork Stanislaus River, Kennedy Meadows. U.S. Agricultutral Dept. office is located on this route.
||California Highway #108 through Kennedy Meadows, near Sonora Pass, in Emigrant Wilderness.
|Sonora Pass Parking Area
||A parking area on the side of the California Highway #108. Sonora Pass, the second highest mountain highway pass in the Sierra Nevada, lies at an elevation of 9,624 ft. California Route #108 passes through the Sonora Pass.
|Pacific Crest Trail
||South-west-south to Leavitt Peak, Koenig Lake, and Leavitt Lake. Located in the Emigrant Wildnerss near Sonora Pass, eastern Sierra Nevada Range. The peak offers views south to Yosemite National Park and north towards South Lake Tahoe.
|Mountain Route : Sonora Peak
||A mountain route, runs around Sonora Peak, a mountain located in the Central Sierra Nevada mountains of California, north of Sonora Pass, off State Route #108.
|Leavitt Lake Road/Forest Service Route 077
||South to Levitt Lake, Ski Lake, Kennedy Lake, and Ski Peak.
||Route to Levitt Meadows, Roosevelt Lake, Lane Lake, Secret and Poore Lake located around Levitt Meadows in the valley just next to Sonora Pass, in the eastern Sierra Nevada Range.
||Access to Upper Base Camp, MCMWTC Base, located alongside California Highway #108.
|Access Road: Reservoir
||South-west-south route to Junction Reservoir, Kirman Lake, Mud Lake, and Poore Lake, connecting with Little Walker Road.
|Junction of United States Highway #395,
||Sonora Junction, California, located east of Sonora Pass, near the California/Nevada border.