Hike the Black Hill Regional Park Loop



2.26 miles

Elevation Gain

160 ft

Route Type


Added by The Outbound Collective

Stunning lake views, native wildlife, and peaceful woods. What's not to love?

 The Black Hill Regional Park has 1300 acres of oak forests that have views of the Little Seneca Lake. This lake offers a place for visitors to canoe and stand up paddle board. 

This trail is open to hiking and mountain biking. In addition, dogs are welcome to use the trail but must be on leash at all times. There are picnic tables available for use, making this trail and area very family-friendly. Trail is accessible year round. 

Parking: Ample parking is available in the picnic area of the park, along Lake Ridge Drive. A Trail Guide may be obtained at the Visitor Center. Hard surface trail is accessible from Visitor Center and Picnic lane. Trail has gentle inclines.

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Mountain Biking
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking



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🥇Top Contributor

9 months ago

Double loop for a good run

Not a bad spot for a looped run. The trail was easygoing and sure-footed. I wore my road-running shoes and found it to be okay.

Amazing Views

Great for kayaking.

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