Newberry National Volcanic Monument, Bend

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Newberry National Volcanic Monument was designated on November 5, 1990, to protect the area around the Newberry Volcano in the U.S. state of Oregon. The monument was created within the boundaries of the Deschutes National Forest, which is managed by the U.S. Forest Service, and includes 54,822 acres (86 sq mi; 222 km2) of lakes, lava flows, and geologic features in central Oregon.

The volcano was used for training Apollo astronauts 1964–1966.
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  • The Lava tubes were closed. The obsidian flow was worth seeing. The caldera was not worth the trip. The main visitors center at the view cone was OK, but smoke made the view difficult. 
    The Lava tubes were closed. The obsidian flow was worth seeing. The caldera was not worth the trip. The main visitors center at the view cone was OK, but smoke made the view difficult.  more »
  • Really beautiful day for a hike and to see the wonders of nature. We were able to hike the trail and see it’s natural beauty. Loved it! I have never been so close to volcanic rocks so this was a real....  more
    Really beautiful day for a hike and to see the wonders of nature. We were able to hike the trail and see it’s natural beauty. Loved it! I have never been so close to volcanic rocks so this was a real....  more »

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