Interstate 17 - Exit List

Exit List

County Location Mile km Exit Destinations Notes
Maricopa
Phoenix 0.00 0.00 194 I-10 east (Maricopa Freeway) / US 60 east – Globe, Tucson
I-10 west (Papago Freeway) – Sky Harbor International Airport
Southbound exit and northbound entrance; signed as exit 194 for westbound only
1.14 1.83 195A 16th Street Southbound exit and northbound entrance
2.15 3.46 195B 7th Street, Central Avenue
3.16 5.09 196 7th Avenue, Central Avenue
4.16 6.69 197 19th Avenue, Durango Street
5.03 8.10 198 Buckeye Road Southbound exit is via exit 199A
5.34 8.59 199A Grant Street
5.73 9.22 199B Jefferson Street Southbound exit and northbound entrance
5.88 9.46 199B Adams Street, Van Buren Street Southbound exit is via exit 200B
6.49 10.44 200A I-10 (Papago Freeway) – Tucson, Los Angeles
7.05 11.35 200B McDowell Road
8.09 13.02 201 US 60 west (Grand Avenue) / Thomas Road North end of US 60 overlap
9.08 14.61 202 Indian School Road
10.08 16.22 203 Camelback Road
11.09 17.85 204 Bethany Home Road
12.09 19.46 205 Glendale Avenue
13.09 21.07 206 Northern Avenue
14.14 22.76 207 Dunlap Avenue
15.13 24.35 208 Peoria Avenue
16.13 25.96 209 Cactus Road
17.12 27.55 210 Thunderbird Road
18.12 29.16 211 Greenway Road
19.13 30.79 212 Bell Road
20.15 32.43 214 Union Hills Drive, Yorkshire Drive Signed as exits 214A (Union Hills Drive) and 214B (Yorkshire Drive) northbound
21.11 33.97 214C Loop 101 (Agua Fria Freeway, Pima Freeway)
21.66 34.86 215A Rose Garden Lane Southbound exit is via exit 215B
22.16 35.66 215B Deer Valley Road
23.27 37.45 217 Pinnacle Peak Road
24.19 38.93 218 Happy Valley Road
25.23 40.60 219 Jomax Road
27.25 43.85 220 Dixileta Drive Northbound exit and southbound entrance
28.19 45.37 221 Loop 303 (Sonoran Desert Drive)
29.17 46.94 222 Sonoran Boulevard Exit closed until completion of Sonoran Boulevard in area
30.17 48.55 223 SR 74 (Carefree Highway) – Wickenburg Signed as exits 223A (east) and 223B (west) northbound
Anthem 31.70 51.02 225 Pioneer Road
33.21 53.45 227 Daisy Mountain Drive
35.24 56.71 229 Anthem Way
New River 38.20 61.48 232 New River
42.18 67.88 236 Table Mesa Road
Yavapai
Black Canyon City 48.29 77.72 242 I-17 Bus. north – Black Canyon City, Rock Springs
50.56 81.37 244 I-17 Bus. south – Black Canyon City
54.36 87.48 248 Bumble Bee, Crown King
58.48 94.11 252 Sunset Point, Rest Area
61.85 99.54 256 Badger Springs Road The Mystery tree of Arizona is located south of this exit
65.23 104.98 259 Bloody Basin Road – Crown King
68.44 110.14 262 SR 69 north / Cordes Junction Road – Prescott Signed as exits 262A (Cordes Junction Road) and 262B (SR 69) southbound
74.53 119.94 268 Orme Road, Dugas Road
84.16 135.44 278 SR 169 (Cherry Road)
Camp Verde 91.31 146.95 285 General Crook Trail
93.06 149.77 287 SR 260 to SR 89A – Cottonwood, Payson
95.74 154.08 289 Montezuma Castle National Monument
99.04 159.39 293 McGuireville, Montezuma Well
104.75 168.58 298 SR 179 – Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
112.09 180.39 306 Stoneman Lake Road
Coconino
121.37 195.33 315 Rocky Park Road
123.65 199.00 317 Fox Ranch Road
126.29 203.24 320 Schnebly Hill Road
128.51 206.82 322 Munds Park
132.01 212.45 326 Willard Springs Road
134.55 216.54 328 Newman Park Road
136.90 220.32 331 Kelly Canyon Road
139.65 224.74 333 Kachina Boulevard, Mountainaire Road
Flagstaff 143.17 230.41 337 SR 89A south – Sedona, Flagstaff Pulliam Airport South end of SR 89A overlap
145.55 234.24 339 Lake Mary Road – Mormon Lake Northbound exit only
145.83 234.69 340 I-40 – Los Angeles, Albuquerque Signed as exits 340A (east) and 340B (west)
146.12 235.16 341 McConnell Drive – Northern Arizona University
SR 89A north – Grand Canyon
Northbound exit and southbound entrance; roadway continues beyond exit 341 as SR 89A; northern end of SR 89A concurrency
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
  • Concurrency terminus
  • Closed/Former
  • HOV
  • Incomplete access
  • ETC only
  • Unopened

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