Tiller, OR Trails and Parks

Tiller has 7 trails in the vicinity, including 4 for campgrounds and 2 for whitewater kayaking & canoeing. These trails range from 7.2 to 12 miles in length. The most popular trails are Acker Rock Lookout, Pickett Butte Lookout and Whisky Camp. Trails.com member Daniel S. recently completed Cliff Lake.
  • Cliff Lake

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    Tiller, OR

    Even without knowing the geology, this is a beautiful area of lakes, dense forests, vertical ridges, and jagged summits. To fully appreciate this short, easy hike from the most popular trailhead ...
    •  Day hike
    •  7.2 miles
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    Even without knowing the geology, this is a beautiful area of lakes, dense forests, vertical ridges, and jagged summits. ...

  • Butler Butte Cabin

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    Tiller, OR

    A one-room cabin. AROUND YOU Activities in the area include hiking and horseback riding in the summer months and snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in the winter. The cabin is within a short ...
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    A one-room cabin. AROUND YOU Activities in the area include hiking and horseback riding in the summer months and snowmobiling ...

  • Whisky Camp

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    Tiller, OR

    A lovely two-room cabin with covered front porch. AROUND YOU A forest of incense cedar, pine, and fir surrounds Whisky Camp. Visitors are within a short driving distance of historic Butler Butte ...
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    A lovely two-room cabin with covered front porch. AROUND YOU A forest of incense cedar, pine, and fir surrounds Whisky Camp. ...

  • Pickett Butte Lookout

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    Tiller, OR

    Pickett Butte is a flattopped structure that sits on a 40-foot tower. The railing around the structure is three feet high. Extreme caution should be taken at all times when on the catwalk. There ...
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    Pickett Butte is a flattopped structure that sits on a 40-foot tower. The railing around the structure is three feet high. ...

  • Acker Rock Lookout

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    Tiller, OR

    Originally constructed in 1928 atop Red Mountain, this lookout is a fine example of the cupola-style design common in the 1930s. It was moved here in the autumn of 1985. It is not for rent. 12 ...
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    Originally constructed in 1928 atop Red Mountain, this lookout is a fine example of the cupola-style design common in the ...

  • South Umpqua River: Three C Rock to Milepost 22

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    Tiller, OR

    Although the nature of most of this run is class 1 and 2, several class 3 and class 4 rapids appear at high flows. From the put-in, the river flows at a nice tempo through a small canyon. After ...
    •  8.5 miles
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    Although the nature of most of this run is class 1 and 2, several class 3 and class 4 rapids appear at high flows. From the ...

  • South Umpqua River: Campbell Falls to Three C Rock

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    Tiller, OR

    The run starts with a bang at Campbell Falls (named in honor of World War II pilot and war hero Robert Campbell) and its 14-foot vertical drop into a pool with a narrow exit. There is a chute ...
    •  12 miles
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    The run starts with a bang at Campbell Falls (named in honor of World War II pilot and war hero Robert Campbell) and its ...