Table Falls in the Quehanna Wild Area near Driftwood, Pennsylvania is an easy 0.1-mile out-and-back trail that leads down to the scenic 5-foot waterfall, Table Falls.
This short trail can be somewhat steep and full of roots, but the descent to Table Falls is short and easy, just watch your step.
Once you reach Table Falls, the trail will head down the creek slightly to give hikers a better view of the waterfall. Follow the yellow blazes and stay along the creek to find Table Falls.
Table Falls is approximately 5-feet tall and has a free fall cascade that spills down into the creek below. While the waterfall is not very big, it's a scenic and popular attraction for the Quehanna Wild Area.
Hikers will find a small parking turnout on the right-hand side of Red Run Road.
Dogs are allowed if leashed.
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