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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Table Rocks

Prepare and Be Aware

Please see our Hiking Hazards and Considerations page.

Drinking water is not available at either trailhead. Please plan accordingly. Vault toilets, trash cans, interpretive information, and paved parking lots are located at both trailheads.

The trails to the tops of both Rocks are moderate with some steep sections. Good sturdy shoes and plenty of water are recommended. During wet periods, the unsurfaced trails on the top of both Rocks will be extremely muddy or covered by water; stay on the trail to prevent erosion and wear footwear that you don't mind getting wet.

For those seeking a shorter hike, the 0.5-mile Oak Savannah Loop Trail on Lower Table Rock is a good option. This trail is mostly flat and offers several interpretive panels about the natural and cultural history of the area.

During the spring wildflower season, parking lots may be full at certain times of day. Overflow parking is available across the road from the Upper Table Rock trailhead. No overflow area is available at the Lower Table Rock trailhead; please do not park along the shoulders of Wheeler Road.