Table Rock is an outstanding geologic feature of Columbia River Basalt at 6,250 feet on the eastern edge of the Mill Creek Watershed. Sitting on the western lip of it is a USFS fire lookout station that is staffed through the fire season (late June - September).
The views from here on a clear day are spectacular. To the west and directly below is the Mill Creek Watershed, the principle source of water for the City of Walla Walla. The watershed is closed to hikers. Looking further west you can see the Walla Walla Valley, City of Walla Walla and Wallula Junction in the distance.
Lookouts report that on exceptional evenings at sunset they can see Mount Rainer. Turning around and looking to the east/southeast the Seven Devil Mountains of Idaho and the Wallowa Mountains of Oregon can be seen.