Looking for a great trail near Tiller, Oregon? AllTrails has 7 great hiking trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Prospect State Scenic Viewpoint or Casey State Park, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 4 moderate trails in Tiller ranging from 3.3 to 12.9 miles and from 2,316 to 5,269 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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blowdown
2 months ago

Great hike! Beaver Swamp & Fish Lake very beautiful. Very wet this time

hiking
2 months ago

Great hike, a few trees down but easy to get over... Amazing fall colors!

We started from fish lake trailhead and found the last two miles or so a decent ascent. Lots of burnout areas and had an encounter with a rattlesnake in that area. Speaking with other backpackers, they had run ins with rattlers as well. Camped out fish lake and it was beautiful. Swimming off the log was great, lots of fish jumping out of the lake. No bugs, slept without a bug net even (late August). Second day took the Indian trail up to buckeye lake. The trail is overgrown at the beginning and you need to cross a log jam to reach the trail. Really solid ascent to buckeye and you go through some thick forest and also burnout sections. We camped Under a new moon and the stars were absolutely fabulous. Took a 7 and 10 year old and they made it with light/average packs for their weight/size.

hiking
5 months ago

Not a marked trail. Once you figure out where it is... Very worth the short little hike!

backpacking
5 months ago

I did an overnight trip with my 5 year old daughter. The trail was clear with only one down tree crossing it, which was easy to climb over. The lake was amazing and we were the only ones there on a week day. Oh and there were no mosquitos!

hiking
6 months ago

Did this hike today. I had the trail to myself and as another reviewer wrote a couple weeks ago, there is a tree down that you have to crawl over or in under to get to the end of the trail. This is an easy hike but the waterfall is not the most rewarding that I’ve seen since arriving here in Oregon. It was just OK; no area to relax or sit and watch the fall. The dirt road to the falls is in between 5-10 miles single lane traffic. There is a bathroom at the trailhead but it was full of flies and no TP. The trail itself is wide enough for single file. Be careful of what route you travel using Apple MAPS (don’t use North Myrtle Creek road) it directed me to a faster route which I ended up coming to a closed gate saying private property and I had to go back and select a different route. This detour cost me almost an hr.

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blowdown
bugs
over grown
6 months ago

great views. not many people at all. plenty of downed trees on the trail you have to crawl under or climb over. we followed the trail up to fish lake and followed the loop around to cliff, then buckeye lake where we camped out over night to some great views at night and in the morning. on the way out in the morning we followed the path that was clearly the better maintained and clear path because the split off we saw had many, many downed trees on it. it took us down to the gravel roads which may have added onto the length of the trek. on the way back to where we parked I saw a sign showing the exit of the loop trail and glad I took the way I did. it was unmaintained and looked very over grown. over all I would go back to explore some of the other trails in the area.

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bugs
6 months ago

Definitely want to bring your bug spray for this one. The mosquitos and horse flies were bad in areas. Nice hike in and out, however a tree is down on the trail that you will have to climb over or under depending on your comfort level. Tons of beautiful wildflowers we probably saw 5-6 different species.

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blowdown
muddy
6 months ago

amazing and beautiful! lots of trees down, most were easy to climb over... one madrone was pretty tricky. beautiful hike. we had perfect weather (mid june). there were a few muddy areas... our socks ended up a bit wet, but not enough to need to change them.

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bugs
7 months ago

I went past buckeye lake, flanked the north shore of cliff lake and then took the trail up the south end of ridgeline to reach Grasshopper Mountain. Awesome hike that I had almost to entirely to myself, camped just below the trailhead where there are two designated campsites with table, fire ring, and outhouse. Mosquitoes were fairly annoying (hiked on 6/14/19). A few downed trees, otherwise trail is in good shape

We just hiked to Campbell falls, nice little trail in the fall! Long drive to get there!

hiking
8 months ago

We hiked this trail today with 4 small children. It was amazing. The trail is only wide enough for a single person, but that was no problem. We saw flower, mushrooms, frogs, and slugs along the trail which the kids loved! The falls are beautiful and there is a lot of exploring to be done around them. New favorite trail in this area!

backpacking
9 months ago

We started at the Fish Lake trailhead and hiked to the lake. Took just over 2 hours to get there, and about 1:45 to get back. Lots of downed trees across the trail from winter, good amount of climbing over them. The lake and views of snowy peaks were gorgeous. Stayed at an established campsite right on the lake. Patches of snow on the trail but nothing requiring snowshoes.

hiking
Tue Sep 25 2018

We hiked in from the Beaver Swamp trailhead, you drive past the Fish Lake trailhead about 5 miles and the hike is just under 4 miles round trip to get to the lake.

One of my favorites. Gorgeous view

on Fish Lake

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Sat May 26 2018

Beautiful hike and full of history! Bring bug spray!

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Sun Feb 18 2018

I like to sit down and hang out after I’ve reached the waterfall. Today that was impossible. It was so cold I had to go back about 1/4 of a mile and sit and read. It was a nice easy hike and I would like to try it again when it’s warmer outside.

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Mon Jan 22 2018

One of my favorite trails. I’ve done this hike twice- December 2016 and August 2017. Had the trail to myself each time. This hike is very remote and peaceful.

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Sun Jan 14 2018

The drive out to the Falls is beautiful, a few times we were unsure if we were still on the correct road. But finally we saw the trail head. The trail is very narrow, with roots trying to slip you up the whole way down. We went in January and the trail was very muddy but after A mile later we saw what we came there for, a waterfall! It was definitely worth the hike down and back. The hike in is a slight downhill hike until you hit the falls, which means the hike out is uphill all the way out. There is a restroom at the trailhead but I was a little nervous about using it. We never saw the first human on the trail, which was nice. We also had our dogs with us and they were able to maneuver the trail without any issues. Great hike!

hiking
Sun Oct 08 2017

Remote & tranquil. Nice jaunt with the kids.

hiking
Sun Oct 02 2016

A great hike down to the Falls. In early spring, the water was so high, it created another waterfall.

backpacking
Sat Aug 27 2016

was great, nice hike I stayed and camp next to fish lake

on Shadow Falls Trail

Sun Jan 25 2015

Did this one in late January the falls were rushing and beautiful. Trail was muddy in some places but easily passable.

Sun Sep 01 2013

We hiked this trail late one August afternoon. There was absolutely no other human being during the long drive to the trailhead nor on the trail itself. I'm sure there is a lot more water running in the spring but the falls were beautiful nonetheless. An easy hike for all ages but realize that it's downhill all the way to the overlook meaning uphill on your way out.

hiking
Tue May 07 2013

I accessed this trail off HWY 138 near Glide, Oregon using these directions: turn south on Little River Road (County Road 17) and follow for 6.6 miles. Turn right at the covered bridge on Cavitt Creek (Road #82B) and continue 11.6 miles on Roads 82 and Forest Road #25 to the trailhead. Follow Trail #1504 to the falls. This is a moderate hike into a nice view of Shadow Falls. Lots of green forest to enjoy. The only bad thing was someone let their large dogs run off leash on the trail and out of their view. I was glad I did not have my dogs with me. I always keep them on leash when I hike in areas I know other people might be.

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