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Stuart K.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 12, 2023

Roadside RV Hideaway

Maybe it was the hand-written note taped to the office door that explained how the front office manager / owner was laid up with a bad back, so checking in was on the ‘honor system’ or the fact that we were just looking for a nice, flat and quiet place to lay up for the night that wouldn’t take us too far off course, but for whatever the reason, while we weren’t looking to hole up at Kamp Komfort RV Park & Campground, we ended up there and it was a sublime experience. 

To be blunt, Kamp Komfort is literally RIGHT NEXT to the major highway 74 running through these parts connecting Peoria to Bloomington (just 8 miles away) in central Illinois and while I know these parts incredibly well, discovering this campground along with the nearby town of Carlock, was completely a pleasant surprise. So if there is no avoiding the non-stop swooshing of traffic from the nearby interstate (and there isn’t, unless you count high-grade ear plugs into the mix), then just accept that you are in a sweet spot that offers up a very well-manicured green pasture where the numerous (by my count, nearly 50) diagonal gravel-laden RV parking spots that come with all of the expected RV hook-ups (30 / 50 amp electric, water and sewage), in addition to the other amenities that exist here, including an in-ground pool (open between Memorial and Labor Day). What you will enjoy most, apart from the ‘down-to-earth’ feeling to this place, is the very well-meaning and down-right hospitable folks you will encounter, from the people that run the place to the neighbors you will meet, there is an unmistakably strong Midwestern sense of hospitality that can be found here. 

Insider’s tips? Here’s a handful: (1) There’s not much in these parts, although at only 8 miles away, if you wanted anything and don’t mind going for a short drive to nearby Bloomington, then that shouldn’t be a problem, but if you are looking for something close and nearby, and are eyeing the township of Carlock, then you’ll only find a BP gas station, the Carlock Family Restaurant that features some good ‘ol country cookin’ and that’s about it – this really is a single stop sign (no stop sign) town to revel in!; (3) If you are on the hunt for some real outdoor tent camping or really great hiking or care to dip your kayak into some really nice fresh water, then head on over to nearby Comlara Park, featuring Evergreen Lake, which has some really nice areas to explore, in particular Deer Island, which you can anchor on or near and explore this little picturesque outcrop; and (4) Should you want to ponder a great evening out and are ‘jones’ing for some really amazing restaurants to imbibe the best of what Illinois has to offer, then you’ll have to head back to Normal–Bloomington for one of the following: Portillo’s, for an outstanding Italian beef & sausage sandwich (don’t ask, just order!), Giordano’s, for some of the best deep-dish Chicago pizza you will ever encounter ... or, and here it is ... the most iconic and local Italian (by Midwestern standards. mind you) joint you will encounter in these parts, called Avantis, which features, of course, pasta, but the handmade subs are what make this place legend. 

Happy Camping!

Month of VisitJune
  • Review photo of Kamp Komfort by Stuart K., October 12, 2023
  • Review photo of Kamp Komfort by Stuart K., October 12, 2023
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Reviewed Jul. 19, 2022

Very nice and well organized

This is a nice campground located about 10 miles from Bloomington. It has full hookups at all the sites.
The owner met us when we arrived and took us to our lot. They have a pool and a VERY nice shower house and restroom. They also have laundry machines which is especially nice for a large family like ours. The owner was very nice and they also pick up your trash daily for you.
They have some playground equipment for the kids as well as a big open space for playing and running. It did seem like it is mostly people passing through the area and not many campers stay for long durations.
Overall a very nice location with all the amenities

Month of VisitAugust
  • Review photo of Kamp Komfort by Montt B., July 19, 2022
Duwana P.
Reviewed Sep. 11, 2021

Very clean campground

The staff at the campground are very friendly. The campground is very neat and clean. It's very easy to get into and out of. The only downside is it backs up to an interstate so there is some road noise. We would definitely stay here again.

Month of VisitOctober
  • Review photo of Kamp Komfort by Duwana P., September 11, 2021
  • Review photo of Kamp Komfort by Duwana P., September 11, 2021
  • Review photo of Kamp Komfort by Duwana P., September 11, 2021
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Kamp Komfort is located in Illinois

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We are located about 2 miles off of exit 120 on I-74 We are only about 7 miles from I-55 and I-39 There are signs on the ramps with arrows to let you know which way to go.... If heading west on I-74, make sure you turn left at the top of the ramp. If heading east on I-74, make sure you turn right at the top of the ramp. IF TRAVELING ON I-39 OR 150 It is best to stay on I-39 until you get to I-55 to I-74 West to exit 120, then follow the camping signs. But if you get off of I-39 and come down 150 DO NOT GO DOWN 100N. That is a dead end dirt road. If you find yourself on 150, Continue on 150 to 2000E. We want you to avoid the situation of the dirt road.


21408 N 600 East Rd
Carlock, IL 61725


40.59512759483483 N
89.15535377025972 W

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