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Located in central Oregon is the Newberry National Volcanic Monument, established in 1990 by the United States Congress to preserve the area surrounding the Newberry Volcano. The site is inside the Deschutes National Forest and is under the care of the US Forest Service.

Measuring of up to 50,000 acres worth of land, the Newberry National Volcanic Monument features lava flows, lakes, and other geologic features. Its two alpine lakes, Paulina and East Lakes, located on the summit is also a popular spot being full of trout. Aside from these outdoor elements, other sites can also be explored when visiting the site, like the Paulina Peak and the Lava River Cave.

Most areas of the Newberry National Volcanic Monument can be accessed by automobiles, although, some trailers and other long vehicles are prohibited in some roads due to their steepness and hairpin turns.
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