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Formed over seven million years ago from a volcanic explosion at Mt. Olsen, Table Rocks is now home to hundreds of rare bird and plant species and varied landscapes that visitors of all ages can appreciate — hardwood forests, volcanic features and cliffs. They also have a long and interesting tribal history.
The 4,864-acre Table Rocks Management Area is cooperatively owned and administered by the Medford District Bureau of Land Management (2,105 acres) and The Nature Conservancy (2,759 acres).
Upper Table Rock: From Interstate 5, take Exit #33 at Central Point. Head east on East Pine Street for 1 mile. Turn north (left) on Table Rock Road. Drive 5.3 miles to Modoc Road and turn north (right). The trailhead is located another 1.5 miles on the left.
Lower Table Rock: From Interstate 5, take Exit #33 at Central Point. Head east on East Pine Street for 1 mile. Turn north (left) on Table Rock Road. Drive 8 miles to Wheeler Road and turn west (left). The trailhead is located another 0.5 mile on the left.