We visited the southern entrance and walked through the obsidian field and to a falls overlook - both very cool. They also have lakes, campgrounds, visitors center, and you can hike or drive to summit of mountain. We also visited the lava beds further north towards Bend and had a great time at the cinder cone and walking the lava fields. Note, to visit the cinder cone, the entrance gives you a time to visit as parking is limited at the top (you have 30 minutes to peruse once you are at the top). .
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