Brochure and Map
Brochure and Map of Table Rocks in Oregon. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
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WILD ROGUE Welcome to TABLE ROCKS! Rising dramatically above the Rogue Valley, these two prominent, lava-capped mesas offer outstanding hiking opportunities and access to an incredible array of biological diversity. Just a short climb—2.5 miles round trip on Upper Table Rock Trail or 3.5 miles round trip on Lower Table Rock Trail—results in panoramic views of the Rogue Valley and the surrounding Cascade and Siskiyou Mountains. The 0.5-mile wheelchair accessible Oak Savannah Loop Trail on Lower Table Rock provides a less strenuous alternative. Spring wildflowers on both Table Rocks are spectacular with up to 75 species of wildflowers on display! Know before you go open year round. Day use only. No Fees. trails are open to hiking only. Dogs are not allowed on the trails. Trails may be muddy, icy, and slippery in the winter. Be aware of ticks, poison oak, rattlesnakes, and unstable cliff edges. restrooms are available at trailheads. No drinking water is available. No trash cans; pack out trash. use the weed stations at the trailheads before and after your hike to avoid spreading noxious weeds. directions Lower Table Rock: From Interstate 5, take Exit 33 (Central Point). Travel east 1 mile; turn left on Table Rock Road. After 7.7 miles, turn left on Wheeler Road. The trailhead is 0.5 mile on the left. Upper Table Rock: From Interstate 5, take Exit 33 (Central Point). Travel east 1 mile; turn left on Table Rock Road. After 5.5 miles, turn right on Modoc Road. The trailhead is 1.5 miles on the left. Contact info point of interest 3040 Biddle Rd Medford, OR 97504 541-618-2200 BLM_OR_MD_Mail@blm.gov The BLM and The Nature Conservancy cooperatively manage the Table Rocks and offer guided educational hikes for school groups and the public in the spring.