Quinn River

Bend, Oregon

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This camp occupies a lodgepole pine flat along Quinn River at Crane Prairie Reservoir. The forest is semi-open as a result of a pine beetle infestation and a winter blowdown. The large boat ramp accesses a snag-riddled section of the reservoir where Quinn River empties into it. Boaters are restricted to a speed of 10 miles per hour, and there is no anchoring within 100 feet of any trees that hold osprey nests. Billy Quinn Historical Trail starts at the camp and visits Quinn River Spring (the source of this short river), the Cy Bingham lodgepole pine, and the grave of Billy Quinn, a pioneer sheepman.

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"This camp occupies a lodgepole pine flat along Quinn River at Crane Prairie Reservoir. The forest is semi-open as a result of a pine beetle infestation and a winter blowdown. The large boat ramp accesses a snag-riddled section of the reservoir where Quinn River empties into it. Boaters are restricted to a speed of 10 miles per hour, and there is no anchoring within 100 feet of any trees that hold osprey nests. Billy Quinn Historical Trail starts at the camp and visits Quinn River Spring (the source of this short river), the Cy Bingham lodgepole pine, and the grave of Billy Quinn, a pioneer sheepman."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Bend
Season: Apr–mid-Sept
Local Contacts: Deschutes National Forest

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