Cinder Hill


3.50 out of 5
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Campground Description

along northeast shore of East Lake in Newberry National Volcanic Monument
Contact: US Forest Service (
Posted by: Jeff Barber on January 5, 2007
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    Campground Activities

    fishing, hiking, swimming, bird watching, bicycling, sightseeing, canoeing, access to Newberry Crater Trail (#3958) and connecting trails

    Campground Amenities

    vault and flush toilets, drinking water, boat launch, accessible sites

    Reservation info

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    Camping Fees

    * Regular Site: $10.00 first vehicle (RV), $10.00 second vehicle (RV), and $5.00 each additional vehicle
    * Premium Lakeside Site: $12.00 first vehicle (RV), $12.00 second vehicle (RV), and $5.00 each additional vehicle

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    Reviews of Cinder Hill

    Reviewed by papasmurf454 on August 27, 2015

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    We went here on a weekend visit to see the Newberry Volcanic Monument. The area was great, however we didn't really enjoy this campground. It mostly just wasn't our type of campground. The campground seems to be geared towards those in RV's there to go fishing. The boat ramp is located in the middle of the campground and those bringing their boats in to fish start coming in about 5AM with their diesel trucks and lots of noise. In addition, there seemed to be a lot of people who felt it was appropriate to fly through the campgrounds, with most of the cars traveling about 30mph through the middle of the campground, which was too fast to make me feel comfortable with several small children in the site. There was several sites that were up and quite loud until well into the night. The area however was great with lots to do and see. The campground wasn't horrible and might be fine for someone looking for a little more wild atmosphere, but definitely wasn't family friendly or peaceful,
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    Reviewed by Guest on July 18, 2009

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    Our favorite spot in Central Oregon. Simply beautiful. Kids love it. Nice private sites. Beautiful lake, great boat launch, excellent fishing, and cooler temperatures at night.
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    Cinder Hill 3.50 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 2 user reviews.

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