Table Rock Wilderness
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Set aside for preservation in 1984, Table Rock Wilderness is a pristine area of forest, boasting awe-inspiring views as well as soaring cliffs of basalt, a reminder of the area’s volcanic history. Hikers and horseback riding enthusiasts alike love this area for its 16 miles of trails that wind through the forest. Come during the spring to see a dazzling, colorful display of wildflowers. Bring your binoculars or camera to capture the beautiful views and, if you’re lucky, the abundant wildlife that thrives there. Table Rock Wilderness serves as an ideal break from the hustle and bustle of modern life.