Table Rock is a 2.3 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Davis, West Virginia that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
I loved table rock. It was well worth the easy hike.
We did not see the rattlesnakes or the mud. What we did see was beautiful scenery. Especially the view from Table Rock.
Great Hike and especially beautiful view at Table Rock. Easy so it makes it nice to bring someone who isn't all that into hiking. Be careful though, I have come across good size rattlesnakes at Table Rock and almost stepped on one in a crack.
Fairly level, easy, 1-2 hour hike, as mentioned, a little or lot muddy depending on time of year and if recently rained. Stunning views of protected forest land. Road to/from to trailhead is equally scenic. Bring a camera. Highly recommend.
Very nice and easy hike - as others have mentioned, it is a little muddy in spots but nothing to prevent you from going. Great views at Table Rock. Would recommend!
Short hike with lots of unavoidable rocks, and frequent sloppy wet ground. Above-the-ankle, waterproof boots are a must. The views and solitude certainly make this a hike worth doing.
Very short, easy trail with a beautiful forest surrounding it. It's easy to avoid getting muddy if you take the time to figure out which rocks to step on, but most of the trail is generally dry. The view is spectacular in spring, summer, and fall. The road on the way is also full of beautiful forests and abundant wildlife. I've hiked this trail multiple times and the view never fails to take my breath away.
Good trail can easily be done in a hour depending on how much time you spend at the rock. Great view at the end defiantly worth the short hike.