OBJECTIVE : The aim of the present study was to compare the clinical features of campylobacter-associated benign convulsions with mild gastroenteritis (BCWG) with rotavirus-associated BCWG in China. METHODS : The medical records of BCWG patients admitted to Children's Hospital of Jiangxi Province in China between January 2015 and January 2017 were reviewed in this retrospective study. RESULTS : Ultimately, 318 patients were diagnosed with BCWG. Two hundred and two cases were tested for Campylobacter jejuni antigen, and seven (3.47%) were positive. A total of 248 cases were tested for rotavirus antigen, and 44 (17.74%) were positive. Campylobacter-associated BCWG occurred in summer and autumn. In contrast, rotavirus-associated BCWG mainly occurred in winter. In the campylobacter-associated BCWG group, five patients (71.43%) had two or more seizures. In one patient(14.29%), the seizure occurred on the first day of gastroenteritis; three patients (42.86%) had seizures on the second day, and three (42.86%) had seizures on the third day or later. Thirteen seizures were observed in the campylobacter-associated BCWG group; of these, 11 (84.62%) lasted less than 5 min, and 11 (84.62%) were generalized seizures. Phenobarbital (5 mg/kg/time) was effective in all 6 cases (100%) in which it was used. Other than the different seasonal distributions, the clinical features of campylobacter-associated BCWG and rotavirus-associated BCWG may be similar. CONCLUSIONS : Campylobacter is one of the pathogens responsible for BCWG, especially in summer and autumn. Other than the different seasonal distributions, the clinical features of campylobacter-associated BCWG and rotavirus-associated BCWG may be similar.