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Black Rock Mountain State Park, Mountain City

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  • We're biased because it's the backyard of our shop in downtown Clayton, but we absolutely love Black Rock Mountain State Park. We just got back from a weekend long camping trip with a big group of 30+...  more »
  • I work here and absolutely love this park. We have electric and non electric campsites as well as back country campsites. There is a pioneer campground for large groups and 10 cottages for rent. There...  more »
  • Wow! This park is spectacular!! The drive up is beautiful and the overlooks have unbelievable long range views. The overlook next to the gift shop is the absolute best I have seen in a long time. Ther...  more »
  • Beautiful must see, each overlook is a different area view. The skyline at night is particularly enchanting. Great camping, wonderful staff. Don't waste your time on the Ada Hi Falls hike, there is no waterfall and tons of stairs. Other park hikes are wonderful!
  • The park is well organized. The Pioneer Site was a large campground suitable for a massive gathering. Three shelters with bunks are on site as well as a cabin. Electricity, lights, microwave,outlets were available. A wood stove for winter heat. Plenty of tent and hammock space. The road to the c ' ground should be traveled by off road vehicles. It is steep,rocky and rutted. Oh, and lattrines,as well as outside shower are available . Hiked to top of Tennessee Rock was perfect, and summit beautiful.
  • Absolutely stunning views. The park is really well maintained and you can tell that the rangers care about their jobs. It is so nice to even just drive through the mountains getting to the park.
  • The view from the visitors center is spectacular. For a view of the other side of the mountain, park at the visitor center and hike about 3/10ths of a mile up the road. When you see the eastern continental divide sign, there is a trail to your right that leads to a peak overlooking the other side.
  • Great park to relax and sit for hours, while looking at mountains and valley below. Has entrance fee, but provides good number of parking spots, eating area, visitor center, trails, and restrooms. It is situated near several other state parks (such as Tallulah Gorge), and is not too far from towns such as Helen, GA so you can visit few other places on the same day when you are in this area.