Black Rock Mountain

Stunning views of the Blue Ridge Mountains await visitors at Georgia’s Black Rock Mountain. 11 miles of scenic trails, each rated by difficulty, guide visitors past wildflowers, streams, small waterfalls and lush forests. The 2.2 mile Tennessee Rock Trail is the most popular at the park. Consider taking the right fork and moving in a counter-clockwise direction along the trail so that your hike ends with the beautiful, scenic overlooks the trail is known for.

In addition to hiking, visitors can enjoy camping, fishing and a gift shop. Enjoy a lunch under one of the sheltered picnic tables, let young children run around the small playground and if sleeping under the stars isn’t your style, cottages are available to rent.

Visitors staying at the campsites can use the Springhouse Trail to hike to the Tennessee Rock Trail without having to navigate the roadway or re-park. The trailhead is located just beyond the small outdoor educational amphitheater to the left of the Trading Post.

If you’re looking for some evening entertainment, consider heading to the nearby Tiger Drive-In to enjoy a movie under the stars!

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HOURS: Park hours are 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.

ADMISSION: $5 Daily ParkPass. You can also all buy an annual pass for $50.

PHONE: 706-746-2141

ADDRESS: 3085 Black Rock Mountain Parkway, Mountain City, GA 30562


  • Camping
  • Paddling
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Gift Shop

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Despite its name, the Ada-Hi Falls Trail is NOT ADA Accessible. The ADA-designated campsite is #12 and is located directly across from an accessible bathroom. All campsites have loose gravel pads. The Trading Post has an accessible ramp and ADA-designated parking spot. There are accessible overlooks.