|Washington-Idaho State Line
||US Highway 195 begins at the Washington-Idaho state line.
||Community of Uniontown, WA. - Annual Oktoberfest (3rd Sunday of October). - Holzer Park (Main St): picnic tables, basketball area, play equipment, public restrooms. - Memorial Park (N Railroad Ave & E Denison St): baseball/softball field, track/walkway, playground equipment, picnic area.
||Community of Colton, WA. Limited services.
|Washington State Highway 27
||Junction of WA State Highway 27
|Washington State Highway 194
||West-northwest-south to an intersection with Lower Granite Road.
|Washington State Highway 270
||East to the city of Pullman, SD.
|Old Albion Road
||Northeast to the community of Albion, WA. Limited services.
|Washington State Highway 272
||Northeast to the community of Glenwood, WA. Limited services.
||Community of Colfax, WA. - Scmuck Park (E 6th St): swimming pool, volleyball court, picnic tables, football field, baseball/softball field, parking. - Eels Park. - McDonald Park (Cedar St): paved jogging/walking path, playing fields.
|Washington State Highway 26
||West-south-west to the community of Lacrosse, WA. - Annual Farmers Festival (in mid-June). Lacrosse Town Park (Main Ave & Crystal Ave): gazebo, playground equipment, trees, BBQ.
|Washington State Highway 23
||West-northwest to the community of St. John, WA. Limited services.
||Community of Steptoe, WA. Limited services.
|Washington State Highway 271
||South to the community of Oakesdale, WA. - Oakesdale Park (Tel. 509-285-6565): shade trees, basketball court, swimming pools, picnic benches, playground equipment.
|John Wayne Trail
||Northwest to Rosalia Railroad Bridge.
||Community of Rosalia, WA. - Steptoe Battlefield Washington State Park (Summit Ave): day-use; camping, wildlife viewing, fishing, hunting, swimming, wildlife viewing. - Rosalia City Park (W 9th St): swimming pool, baseball/softball field, tennis court, trees, play equipment.
|Cheney-Spangle Road/1st Street
||East to the community of Spangle, WA. Limited services.
|James T. Slavin Conservation Area
||West of highway; S Keeney Road; wildlife habitat, nature trails, equestrian trails, wildlife observation, cross-country skiing, bird-watching, hiking.
|High Drive Parkway
||Northeast of highway. Trails.
|US Interstate Highway 90/US Highway 2
||US Highway 195 ends at an intersection with US Interstate Highway 90/US Highway 2.