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Quinn Springs Campground

Area Status: Closed
This area is Closed

**Quinn Springs Campground will remain closed for the season.**

This campground is ideally suituated just off State Highway 30 and across the road from the Hiwassee State Scenic river. Campsites are large and well spaced and shaded by large white oaks, hickories and yellow poplars. While staying at Quinn Springs, campers can enjoy many recreational activities in the area. For those who like to hike, try Oswald Dome Trail, which begins at the campground. For the angler, Fisherman's Trail hugs the banks of the Hiwassee and leads to secluded fishing spots.

At a Glance

Fees Campsites are $12 per site (25 sites).
Closest Towns: Benton and Etowah, Tennessee
Water: Drinking Water
Restroom: Flush Toilets, Vault Toilets, and Showers

General Information

Directions: From Highway 411 - Turn on to Highway 30, campground is 0.3 miles on the right.

Recreation Map

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Group Picnicking

Shade trees and a picnic shelter make Quinn Springs a great place for a group picnic,
No. of SitesTwelve Sites in addition to a picnic shelter.
Reservation InfoPavilion can be reserved for $30 a day by calling the Ocoee/Hiwassee Ranger Station.


A picnic area with large shade trees and a pavilion to keep you cool from the summer sun.

No. of Sites Twelve Sites in addition to a picnic shelter.
Reservation Info Reservations can be made in advance by calling 1-877-444-6777 or online at www.recreation.gov. Sites that are not reserved are open to first-come, first-serve customers.
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