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Battle Ground Lake volcano

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Battle Ground Lake

Battle Ground Lake

Battle Ground Lake State Park is a 280-acre (110 ha) park 21 miles (34 km) northeast of Vancouver, Washington, U.S., consisting of an ancient 400-foot (120 m) volcano in the Boring Lava Field where a magma-induced steam explosion made a large bean-shaped crater, a maar, which later filled with water, forming a crater lake.


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