Black Hill Regional Park
Black Hill Regional Park has more than 2,000 acres of land for outdoor recreation and family gatherings. Come enjoy spectacular views of Little Seneca Lake from the many picnic shelters, volleyball courts, and playgrounds, or rent a canoe, kayak, or rowboat (or bring your own!) and explore the natural beauty of the lake by following the Black Hill Water Trail.
Want to learn about the area’s diverse ecosystems? Take a naturalist-led tour on the pontoon boat Kingfisher. You can also spend an afternoon angling for largemouth bass, catfish, bluegill, and crappie off of the fishing pier.
On dry land, there are miles of natural surface trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Be sure to discover the variety of nature programs and interpretive tours through the Visitor Center that highlight the natural and historical resources of this beautiful park and surrounding Montgomery County. The park is ADA-accessible, so people of all ages, interests, and abilities can enjoy it. There’s even a half-acre dog park!
Camping is not available at Black Hill Regional Park. However, Little Bennett Regional Park Campground is only five miles away, where visitors can enjoy a peaceful camping experience in a wooded setting.