Lower Table Rock Trail

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Lower Table Rock Trail is a 4.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Central Point, Oregon that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

4.8 miles
793 feet
Out & Back

kid friendly



nature trips

trail running




wild flowers


no dogs

1 day ago

Worth the hike up.

3 days ago

My wife and I are in great shape and would say that the hike is between easy and moderate. Fun hike would do it again.

12 days ago

This is a great, short hike. People, please obey the NO DOGS signs posted everywhere. Go in the off season to avoid crowds.

15 days ago

Trail is easily marked and accessible. There are some steep parts, great hike. Great views up at the top of the hike and a lot of open area and deer trails to different viewing areas.

16 days ago

Was my first time on this hike and it won't be my last. Was a beautiful view and not to hard of a hike. The only difference between the upper and lower hike is the lower seems to be better maintained.

27 days ago

Been doing this trail for over 20 years and it never gets old.

1 month ago

All the elevation change is up-front so it’s pretty steep for the first 2 miles.

2 months ago

Enjoyed a gorgeous sunny December afternoon on Saturday. In addition to the natural beauty, we were also thrilled to see a red bi-plane zoom close over our heads several times. Anyone know who the pilot was?? They gave us a show!

3 months ago

Definitely not easy for a 56 year old 6 foot 250 pounds guy. But I loved the challenge. The views were just too ok in my opinion. I would rate this as a moderate hike for someone like me.

6 months ago

Awesome morning hike, suitable for children, near Medford. Of the two table rock hikes, I prefer lower as the trail seems to afford more shade than upper table rock trail.

7 months ago

I have done this multiple times. It is a good constant climb with amazing views at the top. There is an old abandoned landing strip at the top and you have to walk about a mile to the best views once your at the top, but I think I like this one more than the other table rock. These table rocks would be much better if they allowed leashed dogs... I would hike them more if dogs were allowed. Still a must do if your in the area.

7 months ago

Gently inclining trail up Table Rock. Beautiful views. 4.8 miles is only if you want all the way to the other end. I believe the trail is only about 1.5 one way. Recommend an early morning or evening hike!

7 months ago

Fun, easy trail. Lots of caves near the top if you break off from the main trail.

8 months ago

This is 2.5 mi one way, 5 miles round trip. Steep at spots but a nice hike. Worth the trip up.

8 months ago

Hard for a 3 year old but worth the effort.

8 months ago

A unique hike and a short drive for locals. If you have never done this, you must. The top is beautiful if you hit it in the spring with wildflowers and the views are beautiful. Great family hike too, just keep the little ones from the edge. Takes maybe 45 min to an hour to get to the top with a few stops for rest.

9 months ago

I love this trail. It is perfect except for the pavers and gravel at the beginning and the foot bridge that was icy and slick on the Table.

9 months ago

Cool trail. It's always fun to have a "prize" at the end. What a view! Took about 2 hours total.

9 months ago

very well maintained, lots of people. main parking lot packed and so was the gravel area accross Modoc Road by the power substation. No mud in late April. Lots of wild flowers. way too many people for trail running. the table top was pretty cool. Saw Turkeys, Lizards, and grey squirrels.

9 months ago

Beautiful in the spring time with all the wild flowers!!

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