Lower Table Rock

AreaSouthwest Oregon
Best time to visitEarly April through June
Blooming NowUnknown
Elevation1230-2020 feet
Trail Info5.4 miles round-trip, 780 feet elevation gain
 PLANT LIST AVAILABLE
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DogsPROHIBITED. Please respect this location by leaving your dog at home.

NOTE: The blue marker indicates the trailhead.

Description

Lower Table Rock and its twin, Upper Table Rock, rise 800 feet above the Rogue River Valley. These mesas are flat-topped remnants of lava flows that filled the canyons of the ancient Rogue River over seven million years ago. Atop the Table Rocks you will find a mixture of grassy mounds, stony flats and vernal ponds, as well as an excellent display of early spring wildflowers.

For more information, visit The Nature Conservancy or the Bureau of Land Management.

Directions

From Interstate 5, take Exit 33 in Medford and head east on Biddle Road for about 0.8 miles. Turn left onto Table Rock Road and travel 7.7 miles to Wheeler Road, following signs to the trailhead. Turn left onto Wheeler Road, and in 0.8 miles you will see the parking lot on your left.

NOTE: Dogs are not allowed in order to prevent the disturbance of ground nesting birds and other animals.

Trip Reports

DateSubmitted by
Reports from previous years
04/06/2021Greg Lief
04/21/2019Greg Lief
04/06/2019Greg Lief
04/24/2018Greg Lief
04/04/2015Greg Lief
02/23/2012Greg Lief
05/11/2011Faye Steadman
03/30/2007Rory Nichols

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