Quinn River Campground is located on the western shore of the Crane Prairie Reservoir, just off the scenic Cascade Lakes Highway. The campground sits where the small, spring-fed Quinn River meets the Reservoir. Crane Prairie is one of central Oregon’s premier wildlife viewing areas with a marvelous array of seasonal waterfowl calling it home. Watch the skies and marshy edges for Sandhill cranes, Canada geese, bald eagles and osprey. Perhaps the birds are here for the fishing, too. After all, Crane Prairie Reservoir is a prime location for both boating and fishing and the campground has both a boat launch and fish cleaning stations. The nicely wooded Quinn River Campground is spread out along the western shore of the reservoir and open seasonally. This qualifies as a high end campground with paved roads and 41 large, spacious sites that are well separated from each other for a per night, per site fee of $14.