"Situated in northern Montgomery County, this park is an attractive locale where hikers can vigorously roam suburban parkland. It features a large lake, rolling woodlands, meadows, and a seasonal variety of views.
Located about 21 miles northwest of Washington, Black Hill Regional Park covers 1,854-acres of rolling woodlands, meadows, and water. In fact, water is the park's dominant physical feature, with Little Seneca Lake accounting for almost a third of the acreage. The lake, the metro area’s largest, clearly ranks as the multi-use park’s chief attraction." Read more
"Black Hill Regional Park, surrounding the 500-acre Little Seneca Lake, is a butterfly hotspot with meadows that attract hundreds of monarchs during their semiannual migrations in April and September." Read more
"Thanks to the efforts of local mountain bike advocates, the mountain bike community can now enjoy this previously off-limits area. Located in Montgomery County, Black Hill has a great network of singletrack that is bound to put a smile on off-road cyclist's face. Without serious changes in elevation but with plenty of twists and turns, these trails will delight the casual rider as well as the more advanced mountain bike enthusiast time and time again." Read more