Camp Comfort Campground

Area Status: Temporarily Closed
Camp Comfort, Tiller

Near the Upper South Umpqua, Camp Comfort is perfect for camping, swimming, picnicking, and hiking. Large old-growth cedar and fir trees provide shade to campers, while rhododendron are a burst of color in the spring.

Camp Comfort serves as the trailhead for Camp Comfort Trail #1586, a short but rewarding trail that leads to a rocky outcrop overlooking the beginning of the South Umpqua River. Deer Lick Falls Trail #1568, another short trail that leads to a popular swimming hole in the spring and summer, is a quick two-miles up Road 28.


  • 5 campsites with picnic tables and fire pits
  • No drinking water
  • Vault toilet
  • Garbage disposal

Camp Comfort Campground - Typical Camp Site

Camp Comfort Campground - Area Plants

At a Glance

Current Conditions: 04/01/2022- This site is temporarily closed by Forest Order 06-15-00-21-435 through April 2, but it may be rescinded earlier as conditions allow. Visit to read details on the closure order.
Reservations: First come, first served
  • $10 for campsite
  • $5 for extra vehicle
Usage: Medium
  • Quiet hours between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.
  • Campfires in developed fire pits only  
  • Fireworks are prohibited
  • Dogs must be on leash 
  • OHV/ATV use prohibited in the campground
Closest Towns: Tiller, OR
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information

  • Maximum vehicle length: 22 feet
  • Parking spur length: 25-45 feet

  • Accessible restroom


From Canyonville, OR, turn off of southeast Main Street onto southeast 3rd Street / OR-227. Continue on OR-227 for approximately 23 miles until reaching the town of Tiller, OR. Turn left onto County Road 46 (South Umpqua Road) and continue for 26 miles to Camp Comfort Campground. The entrance is on the right side of the road.

General Notes:
  • No campground host
  • Be advised that there may be Poison Oak.
  • There is not fishing at this location. For fishing in the Tiller Ranger District, see Three C Rock Campground.

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information


Campground Camping

Camping, picnicking, and hiking

  • Camp Comfort Trail is a 0.25-mile accessible trail that leads to the beginning of the South Umpqua River at the confluence of Black Rock Fork and Castle Rock Fork. This flat trail is easily accessible for approximately the first half; following that, it gets a little more difficult, narrowing and becoming rocky with occasional jutting roots. 

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities


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2,000 feet