Supported by a local Friends chapter, the Black Rock Buddies, Georgia's highest state park encompasses some of the most outstanding scenery in Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. Roadside overlooks provide spectacular 80-mile vistas, and four hiking trails lead visitors past wildflowers, streams, small waterfalls and lush forests. Visitors enjoy the summit visitor center for its views, gift shop and picnic tables. Mountaintop cottages surround a small playground, while campsites are nestled under rhododendron and gnarled oaks. Tent campers will appreciate the walk-in sites that allow extra privacy. The park’s small lake is popular with anglers and circled by an easy walking trail. At an altitude of 3,640 feet, Black Rock Mountain is often cooler than other Georgia parks and may close during icy weather. RVers should be comfortable driving on steep, winding roads.
Black Rock Mountain State Park
Volunteers At Your Park
Black Rock Buddies is a dedicated group of volunteers who work with the park manager to help maintain and improve the park for you, the visitors. The leaders of the group are Dan Herrick - Chairperson, Bill Scott - Vice Chairperson, Don Martin - Secretary, and Debbie Chisholm - Treasurer. These folks spend hundreds of hours every year coordinating events, volunteer works days, and also attributing in the financial spectrum to assist with the needs of the park.
Some of their most recent projects are installing railroad...