| Junction of Washington Highway #285
||City of Wenatchee, Washington. Attractions in and around Wenatchee: - 'The Washington State Apple Blossom Festival,' held in April. - 'Mariachi Festival,' held in fall. - 'The Apple Capital Loop Trail,' the trail is used by cyclists, joggers walkers. 10 miles in length the paved trail follows close to the Columbia River. - 'Cashmere Pioneer Village and Museum'WA. an open air museum with over 20 buildings from the 1800s. The buildings are furnished showing the way of life of the early pioneers. on display are early railway cars. There is a Native American artifact exhibit. - Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center - Chateau Faire Le Pont, WA, winery tours - Martin Scott Winery, WA; winery tours.
|Junction of Highway #97 ALT - Euclid Ave
||South to City of Wenatchee, Washington. North via highway #97ALT to communities of Entiat, Washington, Chelan, Washington.
||Crossing the Washington Okanogan River.
|Junction of Washington Highway #28
||The highway at this point is called 'The Sunset Highway.' South South to communities of East Wenatchee, Washington, Rock Island, Washington, Quincy, Washington, Moses Lake, Washington.
|Lincoln Rock Park Road
||West access to Rocky Reach Dam, WA. - West access to Washington Lincoln Rock State Park Campground. Lincoln Rock Park is located on the shores of Lake Entiat, WA. The lake was formed by the construction of the Rocky Reach dam, blocking the flow of the Columbia River. - Camping facilities: 67 utility spaces, (32 full hookup utility sites, 35 have electricity and water.) - 27 tent spaces, and four cabins. Showers available and a RV dump site. The park, is a popular place for water-skiing and swimming.
|Junction of Highway #97 & Highway #2
||NOTE: Highway #2 overlap of Highway #97 ends at this point and heads east. NOTE: For highway travel North via US Highway #97 - See Free RV Road Map Itinerary - Highway #97- Canada / United States Border to City of Wenatchee. WA; for driving directions.
|West Elm Street and South Central Ave
||Town of Waterville, Washington. - Attractions in Waterville, WA: - 'The Douglas Historical Museum, WA.' The museum features art and artifacts of early native and pioneers who settled the area, also displays of mineral collections. - 'Waterville Days,' held in July - 'North Central Washington Fair' held in August.
| Community of Douglas, Washington
||S Lake Road, south side of highway - North Douglas Road, north side.
||Crossing Douglas Creek, Washington. Douglas Creek empties into the Columbia River. Fishing, for Rainbow Trout.
|Junction of Highway #172
||North to Communities of Withrow, Washington, Mansfield, Washington.
|Moses Coulee Road
||South access to Community of Ephrata, Washington attractions in Ephrata, Washington. _ 'The Grant County Historical Museum' The museum shows the County's early history with artifacts and displays of Native Americans, Gold seekers, Pioneers who settled the area.
||Crossing McCarteney Creek, Washington
|Jameson Lake Road SE
||North access to Jameson Lake, Washington. North access to Jack's Resort Campground. Camping facilities: 30 RV site, 4 tent sites, 2 cabins, country store, restaurant, and boat rentals.
|Junction of Highway #17 north
||Note: highway #17 overlaps highway #2 at this point and heads north. North to communities of Bridgeport, Washington, Brewster, Washington. North to Bridgeport Washington State Park Campground. Located on Rufus Woods Lake, WA, behind Chief Joseph Dam,WA. Camping facilities. - 20 utility spaces, 14 tent spaces, dump station, two restrooms, showers. Maximum RV length 45 feet, group camping area. NOTE for highway travel via Washington Highway #17 - See Free RV Road Map Highway #17 Itinerary - Brewster to Moses Lake
|Dry Falls Junction, WA
||Services at highway
|Junction of Washington Highway #17 south
||Note over lap of highway #17 ends at this point and heads south. South via highway 317 to Sun Lakes Washington State Park Campground. Sun Lakes Park is located at the base of of Dry Falls, WA. Camping facilities: - 152 campsites, 39 utility spaces, 12 showers, RV dump station, six restrooms, fire pits, group camping for tents only. South access community of Soap Lake, Washington.
|Junction Lake, Washington
||West side of highway
|Banks Lake WA
||East side of highway. Fishing for Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass, Walleyes.
|Coulee City Community Park, WA
||West of highway. Camping facilities 155 camping sites some pull through s. Showers, Restrooms and Public Phone, Boat launching site. Fishing, Boating, Swimming and Hiking. South access to Coulee City, Washington. - Attractions 'The Annual Country Western Jam Session' - held the last weekend in June. - 'The annual Coulee City's Last Stand 'PRCA' Rodeo - held each May. - 'Annual Big Wally's Walleye Classic' held each May - Banks Lake fishing for Walleyes, Small and Largemouth Bass.
|Washington State Highway #155
||North to communities of Electric City, Washington, attractions 'Gehrke Windmill Garden ' - Grand Coulee, Washington. Washington's Grand Coulee hydroelectric Dam. This dam is one of the largest concrete structures in the world, it is the largest U.S. producer of hydro-electric power, producing 35,000 megawatts of electricity. There is a Visitor Arrival Center at the dam site. there is a laser light shows each evening, the lights are projected onto the face of the dam. - North access to 'Steamboat Rock Washington State Park Campground.' The park is located on Banks Lake - Camping facilities: 100 elec. utility spaces, maximum site length 50 feet, 26 tent sites, 1 dump station, 6 showers, 5 restrooms. Also in the park are 12 primitive boat-in campsites with vault toilets and water. - Forty-four primitive campsites with vault toilets are availale at Jones Bay (no water). Osborn Bay has 36 primitive campsites and vault toilets (no water available). There is a boat launching site with fishing for Walleyes, Small and Largemouth Bass. NOTE: the Record Washington Largemouth Bass (11.57 lbs) was caught in this lake.
|Community of Hartland, Washington
||North of highway
|Community of Almira, Washington
||North of highway.
|Junction of Highways #21 & #174
||North to communities of Electric City, Washington, Grand Coulee, Washington, Grand Coulee, Washington Dam.
|Community of Wilbur, Washington
||Incorporated in 1890. Attractions in Wilbur, WA. - 'The Wilbur Museum' The museum shows the early history of pioneer settlement days, of Wilbur and surrounding area.
|Community of Creston, Washington
||North access to communities of Seven Bays, Washington. Seven Bays is located on Washington Lake Roosevelt.
|Cityof Davenport, Washington
||Incorporated 1890. Attractions in Davenport, WA: - 'The Lincoln County Museum' the museum features North American Indian artifacts and exhibits of early pioneer history.
|Junction of Highway #25
||North to Porcupine Bay, Washington, Fruitland, Washington, Hunters, Washington, North to Fort Spokane, WA. located in Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area. Services & Amenities: Visitors Center and Museum with exhibits, camping, picnic area, BBQ grills, flush Toilets, picnic tables, RV Dump station, boat launching area, fishing, fish cleaning area, swimming, hiking.
|Junction of Highway #231 south
||South to communities of Edwall, Washington, Sprague, Washington. - Highway #231 overlaps highway #2 at this point and heads east.
| Junction of Washington Route #231. Reardan, Washington
|| NOTE: overlap of highway #231 ends at this point and heads north. North to communities of Ford, Washington, Springdale, Washington, Valley, Washington. North to Long Lake Pictographs, WA.
||View from highway driving west.
|City of Airway Heights, Washington
||South Zeigler Street, access to Airway Heights Police Dept.north of highway. Attractions in and around Airway Heights: - 'Fairchild Air Force Base' - 'The Fairchild Heritage Museum and Air Park' features the history of aircraft.
|Junction of Interstate Highway #90 - ?
|| Exit #277b Interstate Highway #90. Access to the City of Spokane, Washington. NOTE Highway #2 overlaps Interstate #90 at this point.
|Exit #279 - Interstate #I 90, Spokane, Washington
||Junction of highway #195. South access to communities of Spangle, Washington, Plaza, Washington, Rosalia, Washington. South access to Cheney, Washington, Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge, WA.
|Exit 281 - Interstate #90
||Note: Highway #2 leaves Interstate Highway at this point and heads north, overlapping US Highway #395. West via Interstate Highway #90 to Coeur de'Alene, Idaho. - 'Cat Tales Zoological Park', Located at Mead, WA; featuring over 40 big cats Lions, Pumas, Lynx, Leopards, They have a Petting Zoo.- 'Arbor Crest Winery', WA. wine tours. - 'Grande Ronde Cellars' wine tasting, - 'Latah Creek Wine Cellars', Wine tours. - 'Caterina Winery', WA, wine tours, - 'Lone Canary Winery, wine tasting.
||City of Spokane Washington. East to Community of Millwood, Washington
|Crossing the Spokane River, Washington
||The Spokane River, WA; is 111 miles (179 km) long a tributary of the Columbia River.
|Junction of US Highway #395
||NOTE: Highway #2 overlap of Highway #395 ends at this point and heads east. North via #395 to communities of Deer Park, Washington, Clayton, Washington, Loon Lake, Washington.
|Major Shopping Malls
||Access to Heritage Shopping Center, WA; west of highway.
|E. Farwell RD.
||East access to community of Mead, Washington.
||Crossing Deadman Creek, WA.
|Junction of Highway #206
||East to community of Colbert, Washington. East to Mount Spokane Washington State Park. Located in the Selkirk Mountains at a elevation of 5,883 ft. Campground Facilities: 8 standard campsites with flush restroom, water, a group camping area with vault toilets. Other activities, Cross Country Skiing, 25 kilometers Nordic ski trails, Down Hill Skiing: a 2,000-foot skiing hill with five chair lifts.
|Cat Tales Zoological Park, WA.
||East of highway. The park has over 40 big cats Lions also a petting Zoo.
|N Chattaroy Road
||West to community of Chattaroy, Washington. East to community of Green Bluff, Washington.
|Access to Bear Lake, WA
||East of highway
|E Deer Park.Milan Road
||West to community of Deer Park, Washington. Attractions: -"The Annual Settlers Day's" last Saturday in July - "Winterfest," held in January.
|West Branch Spokane River
||Crossing West Branch Spokane River, WA
|Spokane/Pend Oreille County Line
||Leaving Spokane County, WA; entering Pend Oreille County, WA.
|Pend Oreille State Park
||Old State Road, access to Pend Oreille Washington State Park.
||North access to communities of Usk, Washington, Cusisk, Washington. North to Kaniksu, National Forest and Colville National Forest.
||Community of Diamond Lake, Washington. Trout and Bass fishing.
|City of Newport, Washington
||Newport, Washington is located on the banks of the Washington Pend Oreille River. at the Idaho/Washington, State Line. Attractions in Newport, Washington; - "Pend Oreille Historical Society Museum, WA." The museum shows the early history of the area, with displays of artifacts and exhibits. There are early historical buildings on site where one can check out the early furnishings, that where available in pioneer days. There are exhibits of antique train and farm equipment. - "Pend Oreille Valley Bluegrass festival" - "The Annual Rhubarb Festival," held in June. - "PWRA Rodeo and Carnival," held in June in Newport. - "The Lavender Festival," held in July - "Pend Oreille County Fair and Rodeo," held in August. - "The Bluegrass Festival," held in September. -
|Junction of highway #41
||Access to Old Town, Washington/Idaho. South to communities of Blanchard, Idaho, Spirit Lake, Idaho, Rathdrum, Idaho, Coeur de' Alene, Idaho.
|Crossing Thompson Memorial Bridge - 'The Pend Oreille River '
||The Pend Oreille River, Washington, a tributary of the Columbia River, is 130 miles (209 km)in length. - East to Communities of Priest River, Idaho, Sandpoint Idaho - Start/Finish of RV Road Map Itinerary. -e9