Black Hill Regional Park is a 1,300-acre park located in the northern part of Montgomery County, north of Germantown and west of I-270.
The dominant feature of the park is the 505-acre Little Seneca Lake. Other features include a visitor center, horseback riding, hiker/biker trails, playgrounds, and picnic shelters. This park was acquired by M-NCPPC in 1965 -1994
This 1300-acre, lake oriented park features the mostly hard surface 4.3 mile Black Hill Trail, over 10 miles of natural surface trails and a water trail on the lake.
Trails offer spectacular views of Little Seneca Lake and meander through oak and hickory forests. Historical markers identify former mill sites and interpret past gold mining history.