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SSCompton wrote a review Aug 2018
Barbados58 contributions13 helpful votes
Looking for a tranquil but fun water adventure... that is not the beach? Then table rock is that place. Escape into nature. The cool, rushing, fresh waters of the river is therapy for the mind, body and soul.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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tashoke wrote a review May 2016
Toronto, Canada2 contributions
Neat little rock formation with fresh water running through. Lot of locals visit this area and requires a guide to navigate trail
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Natasha M wrote a review Sep 2014
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So nice we went twice. Great picnic/adventure spot. Kids loved it. It's just enough for a family with small kids the hike in wasn't too strenuous and there are lots of safe little bathing pools. Locals were very friendly.
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Ian C wrote a review Mar 2014
Guelph, Canada38 contributions67 helpful votes
I usually visit after hiking the Vermont Trail. I liked going for a swim in the pool at the bottom. Since the Christmas Eve storm that pool is gone, filled in with sand and rocks. There used to be be several streams of water over the table. Now there is just one. The trail led to a jump point, and I jumped, but I came back lower down, fording the river, taking my hiking boots off to do so. It's difficult to believe that this stream had several hundred times its volume during the storm, maybe more. I could see how high it was by the debris it left. It was an incredible volume of water that washed people and animals out to sea, overnight, with no warning whatsoever. Most people couldn't make the jump now to the table, and like Trinity Falls, that became only two falls after hurricane Tomas, Table Rock is probably no longer a picnic site for Vincentians.
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Date of experience: February 2014
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Ian C wrote a review Mar 2013
Guelph, Canada38 contributions67 helpful votes
Table Rock is a traditional place for a picnic for Vincentians. At the lower end though is a pool where you can shed your clothes and go for a refrshing dip. I do that now after hiking the Vermont trail. It was a Vermont woman who showed me the pool and I'm very grateful to her. She pulled off her top and jumped in, reminded me of what it's like to be young. Vermont is one of he few inland towns that sees tourists heading to the Vermont Trail. They don't actually get that many tourists and rarely on foot like me. Table Rock is worth a visit. You can't see it by the road, but there is sort of a parking space and a path that leads there. It's easy to miss, but ask anyone in town, and they will tell you how to get there. It's worth a stop in your travels.
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Date of experience: February 2013
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