Black Rock State Park

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Tucked into the scenic rolling hills of the Western Highlands, 439-acre Black Rock State Park offers a variety of outdoor activities. Steep, wooded ledges covered with pine, hemlock and oak provide the setting for Black Rock Pond. The name "Black Rock" is derived from the local graphite deposits which the early settlers of the Naugatuck Valley were allowed to mine by the resident Indians around 1657. Visitors can enjoy the scenery of the Western Highlands while hiking the blue-blazed Mattatuck Trail, which connects the park to the woodland sections of the Mattatuck State Forest.
Contact: State Government
Posted by: ReserveAmerica.com on March 4, 2011
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    ADA Accessible, Baseball Field, Bird Watching, Campground Store, Concession Stand, Dump Station, Firewood, Fishing - Freshwater, Flush Toilet, Hiking, Ice Machine, Nature Trail, Parking, Photography, Playing Fields, Public Drinking Water Taps, Ranger Station, Recycling Center, Restroom, Scenic Overlook, Showers, Softball Field, Swimming, Water Drinking, Wildlife Viewing, Camping Supplies, Canoeing - Lake/Pond, Hospital

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