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Wapinitia, OregonPhotos, maps and news from Wapinitia, Oregon.Updated July 14, 2018.

Wapinitia is an unincorporated community in Wasco County, Oregon, United States. It is near Oregon Route 216 and is approximately 40 miles (64 km) south of the county seat of The Dalles, Oregon. The nearest city is Maupin, which is 9 miles (14 km) to the east. Wapinitia is a name derived from a Native American language most likely meaning "at the edge".

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Casing Oregon: The Gorge/Wapinitia Loop, Part Three: Maupin and the .... Highway 197 is a long, lonely drive through desert country, but in the small town of Maupin the road briefly drops into the wild and beautiful Deschutes ....
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Casing Oregon: The Gorge/Wapinitia Loop, Part Three: Maupin and the .... Deschutes River and access road.
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Casing Oregon: The Gorge/Wapinitia Loop, Part Three: Maupin and the .... Deschutes River Access Road and Wapinitia Campground.
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Casing Oregon: The Gorge/Wapinitia Loop, Part Three: Maupin and the .... James Hill's west bank tracks visible on the far side of the river.
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Casing Oregon: The Gorge/Wapinitia Loop, Part Three: Maupin and the .... Fill your tank at the old-fashioned service station and perhaps pick up an ice cream cone in this friendly little town, then backtrack on 197 for four miles ....
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Casing Oregon: The Gorge/Wapinitia Loop, Part Three: Maupin and the .... Chicken Spring Canyon, near Wapinitia Campground. I'm sorry to say that no chickens were found springing from this canyon..
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Casing Oregon: The Gorge/Wapinitia Loop, Part Three: Maupin and the .... Wapinitia Rapid.
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Casing Oregon: The Gorge/Wapinitia Loop, Part Three: Maupin and the .... Chicken Spring Canyon, near Wapinitia Campground. I'm sorry to say that no chickens were found springing from this canyon..
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Oregon | mikefalcioni.com | Page 3. Next stop is 15 miles down the road, Wapinitia. We asked a local, and found out we've been saying it wrong all along, it's Wapa-nee-t-siha..
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Casing Oregon: The Gorge/Wapinitia Loop, Part Three: Maupin and the .... See you out there!.
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Casing Oregon: The Gorge/Wapinitia Loop, Part Three: Maupin and the .... Deschutes River and access road.
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Casing Oregon: The Gorge/Wapinitia Loop, Part Three: Maupin and the .... Twin Lakes.
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Oregon | mikefalcioni.com | Page 3. In 1915 there was a three year high school and still grade school. 1918-19 the high school was standardized and had 4 grades..
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Casing Oregon: July 2017. Return to 197 and cross the highway to find the small, sleepy community of Tygh Valley. Follow the main road through town to Wamic Market Road..
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Casing Oregon: July 2017. Abandoned equipment near White River Falls.
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Guide: Wapinitia (Oregon, Wasco County) in United States | Tripmondo. Pictures Maupin.
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Guide: Wapinitia (Oregon, Wasco County) in United States | Tripmondo. Pictures Maupin Oregon, Deschutes River.
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Guide: Wapinitia (Oregon, Wasco County) in United States | Tripmondo. Pictures deschutes river view.
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Waverly Heights Destination Guide (Oregon, United States) - Trip-Suggest. The photo "Milwaukie Oregon City ....
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Guide: Wapinitia (Oregon, Wasco County) in United States | Tripmondo. Pictures Buttes.
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Oregon | mikefalcioni.com | Page 3. It's currently called Wapinitia Hall, and is sometimes used by a theater group, the Town and Country Players..
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Maupin, Oregon - Wikipedia. .
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Guide: Wapinitia (Oregon, Wasco County) in United States | Tripmondo. Pictures Tigh Valley, Oregon Hwy 197.
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Casing Oregon: July 2017. Continue on narrow Highway 216 to see the site of Sherar's hotel and toll bridge, where Joseph and Jane Sherar hosted countless travelers in Oregon's early ....