Who knew there was a lake in Black Rock Mountain State Park? If we hadn’t happened across a Park Ranger, I don’t think we would have even heard of it. The man-made lake, constructed in 1974, is off of Taylor’s Chapel Road which is the intersection that you get to right before the big sign for the park.
If you turn right at this intersection onto Taylor’s Chapel Road, you can follow the dirt road out to where the lake is. This is really a peaceful spot which does not appear to get many visitors. The parking lot will only take a handful of cars so, don’t plan any big events here!
From what I read, the lake is stocked with trout and you can fish here as long as you have a valid Georgia fishing license. There is also a small waterfall which I didn’t actually get to see. The falls are on Greasy Creek but you must have to take a trail that isn’t well marked to get to them. I found Greasy Creek and it had some cascading water which I incorrectly though was the “falls”. I guess we need to make another trip so I can see the real thing.
Black Rock Lake
Black Rock Mountain State Park
Mountain City, Georgia, USA
2-frame panorama merged in Adobe Lightroom
Tamron SP 16-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC
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