Table Springs Trail
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The trail provides access to hunting, fishing and camping and the middle section of the Walla Walla River drainage loop system. Several primitive trails leave this trail in the Table Springs camp area. The upper end of the trail provides great panoramic views of the Walla Walla River drainage. The trail is open to hikers, horseback riders, mountain bikers and motorcyclists. Users can expect heavy motorcycle use on weekends during the summer season. After the first snow and during elk hunting season users can expect heavy horse traffic. ATV riders should be cautioned about going past Cub Saddle (North Fork Walla Walla Trail junction).
Directions: From Walla Walla, Washington: Follow county Mill Creek Road to Forest Service Road #65/Tiger Creek junction. Turn right, cross the bridge and follow the drainage through two switchbacks, past forest Service Road #6511 junction, turn right onto Forest Service Road #6512 for about 8.4 miles to the trailhead.
Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Spring-Fall
Facility Type: Trail
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