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View of town and mountains.
Table Rocks Preserve The view from the southern tip of Lower Table Rock during a stormy spring evening overlooking the Rogue Valley in southern Oregon. The Nature Conservancy bought land on Lower Table Rock over thirty years ago, creating our first preserve in the Rogue Valley. The Table Rocks are remnants of lava flows that filled the canyons of an ancient, meandering Rogue River over 7 million years ago. Atop these mesas is a mosaic of grassy mounds, stony flats and vernal, or seasonal, ponds. © Ben Herndon

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Event Overview

For the 38th year, The Nature Conservancy and Bureau of Land Management Medford District are offering free educational hikes at Upper and Lower Table Rocks during April, May and June. This popular hike series promises spectacular views of the valley, an abundance of wildflowers, and expert interpretation from specialists on the Table Rocks’ diverse flora and fauna, their rich geologic and cultural legacy, and the spectacular night sky! 

Register for a hike today by choosing one of the links below!