Get creative on your next North Central Washington road trip and meander through Mansfield, Washington for a bite to eat, some rural sightseeing, or a visit to this nice little local museum.
Mansfield sits just south of the Columbia River where it flows between Grand Coulee Dam and Chief Joseph Dam. It is surrounded by farmland and wheat is one of the bigger crops in the area. Here is a look at a couple of the firefighting vehicles stationed right at the Douglas County Fire Station located in the town of Mansfield.
Mansfield sits up on a plateau just west of Grand Coulee Dam. It is surrounded by agricultural land and has serious ties to the local farming community. Here is a look at the large water tower that, well… towers over the town.
Mansfield is located in North Central Washington, northeast of Waterville and west of Grand Coulee Dam. Here is a great look at the Mansfield Community Church.
Mansfield, Washington is located up on an area referred to by many as the Waterville Plateau. It is west of Banks Lake, north of Highway 2 which travels east-west through the state, and is somewhat near both Grand Coulee Dam and Chief Joseph Dam. This photo shows an interesting home addition that includes a mobile home, an exterior roof, and an add-on addition.
A cow that never needs feeding sits in a front yard in Mansfield, Washington.