Located in Jamestown, in the heart of Californias Gold Country about 100 miles southeast of Sacramento, Railtown 1897 State Historic Park is home to the Historic Jamestown Shops and Roundhousean intact and still-functioning steam locomotive repair and maintenance facility, portions of which date back to 1897. This one-of-a-kind attraction combines industrial heritage and railroad history with the lore of Hollywoods film industry. The Railtown 1897 Interpretive Center, the authentic roundhouse and shops, and the Depot Store (a railroad specialty gift shop) are among the Parks unique year-round offerings. Railtown 1897 State Historic Park is open daily (April-October, from 9:30 to 4:30 p.m.; November-March, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.), except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day. HOURS OF OPERATION: April through October, open daily 9:30am to 4:30pm; November through March open daily 10:00am to 3:00pm.

Went with friends, a 7 y.o. and my little dog. We made it to the top. Not super hard, but definitely need to be a little fit to get up there. Definitely worth it, will be back!

Reached the top with my 13 year old son. Great view on top.

The table top was covered in purple brodeia wildflowers (one lone poppy), we were down by noon, thankfully, it was getting warm. But, the hike was glorious!

Wonderful hike. Be aware of the poison oak!

The trail starts out very easy and becomes more challenging the closer you get to the mountain face. The worst of it is not very long, but you will find yourself climbing up rocks on a steep hill. However, the view from the top is worth the climb! I would recommend going first thing in the morning as there is no shade up top.

Beautiful views when you make it to the top! We went a week ago when it was overcast. Perfect because it wasn't too warm and everything was still green and fresh. We attempted this hike last summer, but it was too hot, dry and it sounded like there were rattlesnake dens nearby. Overall an easy hike, but definitely recommend spring or fall.