Newberry National Volcanic Monument Cinder Hill

Bend, Oregon

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This camp stretches for 0.7 mile through lodgepole pine forest on the east shore of East Lake. The twin caldera lakes of Newberry Volcano—East and Paulina—were formed in much the same manner as Crater Lake, and they are equally blue and clear. Grassy spits at camp extend into the lake, shaping quiet coves that attract ducks. East Lake is a favorite with boaters and anglers, and a rustic resort nearby rents boats. Newberry National Volcanic Monument boasts a superb trail system for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding; birding and sightseeing also engage guests. Pumice and ash domes, obsidian slopes, stone pillars, and waterfalls are among the area sights.

Newberry National Volcanic Monument: Cinder Hill Professional Review and Guide

"This camp stretches for 0.7 mile through lodgepole pine forest on the east shore of East Lake. The twin caldera lakes of Newberry Volcano—East and Paulina—were formed in much the same manner as Crater Lake, and they are equally blue and clear. Grassy spits at camp extend into the lake, shaping quiet coves that attract ducks. East Lake is a favorite with boaters and anglers, and a rustic resort nearby rents boats. Newberry National Volcanic Monument boasts a superb trail system for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding; birding and sightseeing also engage guests. Pumice and ash domes, obsidian slopes, stone pillars, and waterfalls are among the area sights."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Bend
Season: June–late Sept
Local Contacts: Deschutes National Forest

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Jun 2018