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THE TABLE ROCKS

About the Table Rocks

Once a sanctuary for Takelma Indians, today these islands in the sky near Medford are a must see for hikers! Views from the cliffs extend across the Rogue River to the Siskiyous and the Cascades. The Table Rocks are visited by more than 10,000 visitors annually. Formed over seven million years ago from a volcanic explosion at Mt. Olsen,  the Table Rocks are now home to hundreds of rare bird and plant species and varied landscapes that visitors of all ages can appreciate -- hardwood  forests, volcanic features and cliffs. 

Best Season

Spring offers the best time for viewing the many different wild flowers and mirgratory birds. However, the hikes are open year around and always offer stunning views.

Fees

None. Parking is free.

Upper Table Rock

Both the upper and lower Table Rocks are a must hike in the Rogue Valley. The Upper Table Rock Hike is a bit shorter of a hike then Lower Table Rock but has some steeper sections.

Out & Back: 3 miles long. 

Skill Level: Easy-Moderate, gaining 760 feet.

Amenities: There are bathrooms at the trailhead. There is no water available along the trail or at the trailhead. Be sure to bring water.

Timing: Allow three hours for a round trip hike.

Restrictions: Dogs, horses, fires and flower picking are banned on both Table Rocks trails.

Lower Table Rock

Lower Table Rock Trail offers interpretive signs for hikers and is a bit longer and less steep than the Upper Table Rock trail. 

Out & Back: 4.8 miles long. 

Skill Level: Easy-Moderate, gaining 800 feet.

Amenities: There are bathrooms at the trailhead. There is no water available along the trail or at the trailhead. Be sure to bring water.

Timing: Allow four hours for a round trip hike.

Restrictions: Dogs, horses, fires and flower picking are banned on both Table Rocks trails.

Upper Table Rock: From Interstate 5, take Exit #33 at Central Point. Head east on East Pine Street for 1 mile. Turn north (left) on Table Rock Road. Drive 5.3 miles to Modoc Road and turn north (right). The trailhead is located another 1.5 miles on the left. 

Lower Table Rock: From Interstate 5, take Exit #33 at Central Point. Head east on East Pine Street for 1 mile. Turn north (left) on Table Rock Road. Drive 8 miles to Wheeler Road and turn west (left). The trailhead is located another 0.5 mile on the left.

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