In my opinion this is one of the best things to wake up to. This is the area off the side of a forest road near Sisters, Oregon we designated as our camping spot for the night after leaving Crater Lake.
The 4,864-acre Table Rocks Management Area is cooperatively owned and administered by the BLM and natureconservancy.
The Table Rocks were designated in 1984 as an Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC) to protect special plants and animal species, unique geologic and scenic values, and education opportunities. The remarkable diversity of the Table Rocks includes a spectacular spring wildflower display of over 75 species, including the dwarf wooly meadowfoam (Limnanthes floccosa ssp. pumila), which grows nowhere else on Earth but on the top of the Table Rocks. Vernal pool fairy shrimp (Branchinecta lynchi), federally listed as threatened, inhabit the seasonally formed vernal pools found on the tops of both rocks.