Table Rock Loop via Blue Trail
This is a moderate loop trail to Table Rock in Audubon Society George B Parker Woodland. There are 7 miles of trails spread across 860 acres of land. Open from sunrise to sunset.
Cairns, boardwalks, historic carriage roads, stonewalls, bedrock outcrops, and a 100-200 year old farmhouse foundation are scattered throughout this trek. Hear the rushing waters of the Pine Swamp and Meadow Brooks. Trails are well marked with blue, orange, and yellow blazes along with signage both for trails and to point out a few of the sites.
Visit after some heavy rains and you will be treated to a beautiful waterfall at the bridge crossing the Pine Swamp Brook on the path connecting both Blue Trail loops. In the spring you can find Mountain Laurel, Yellow Stargrass, and the beginning of wild blueberries lining the trails.
Note: no dogs, horses, or bikes allowed on trail.
Two parking lots available that connect to the trails on Maple Valley Road. Parking lot #1 is well-signed from the road with ample parking.
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