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Wallowa Lake

Wallowa Lake (wəlouˈə) [key], c.3 mi (4.8 km) long, NE Oreg., at the foot of the Wallowa Mts. An irrigation reservoir, it is drained by the Wallowa River NW to the Grande Ronde River. The lake is the center of a resort region; a state park is there.

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