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North Table Mountain Ecological Reserve

Oroville, CA
2488 Cherokee Rd Oroville, CA, 95965
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  • Sarah Ward 88 days ago

    Don't really want anyone else to to know about this amazing trail but we've been here three times and have never been disappointed with the hike, the view, the scenery. It's clean, pristine, and easy walk and there's always something new to find. Go in the last spring when everything is still wet and wonderful.

  • Summer Begin 92 days ago

    First time here today and it was a beautiful area. Breathtaking views, mild weather, gorgeous wild flowers everywhere. A moderate trail, with gradual hills are enough for an effective work out and the big reward for taking a beautiful hike are two splendid waterfalls on the property. At both falls there are swimming holes large enough to cool off in or to sit a spell for a lunch and bit of rest. Nice large parking lot at the trailhead. A dozen or so well maintained porta-potties available. At certain peak times, there is a vendor in the lot selling treats and snacks. One caution, you are required to purchase a land use day pass to contribute to upkeep and preservation, but it's very reasonable at $4 per person. Best of all responsible pet owners can bring their four legged family members along!

  • Erica Breitsprecher 95 days ago

    Best visited in early spring for fantastic waterfalls and wildflower blooms. Easy to moderate hikes and beautiful picnic spots. Dogs allowed on leash. Need to purchase a day pass available online and super cheap. Bring a camera, water and lots of sunscreen. Restrooms in parking area only.

  • Alex Unger 103 days ago

    The flowers here are truly amazing! Everyone should come see the beauty that is this reserve. There are trails in parts but you can walk wherever you please. Some of the best flowers are around hidden bends. Be mindful of rattle snakes. I saw one when I was there today. They don’t want to bite so just keep your distance.

  • Myra Alcoran 111 days ago

    The mountain top is a "meadow". Wildflowers abound from late March to May. If you hike in the summer, come early mornings before temperatures reach upper 70s. As shaded areas are sparse. Most folks take the 3 mile hike to Phantom Falls. Wonderful place for avid photographers.

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