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This state park is situated in the western portion of this New England state, near the small hamlet of Watertown. It lies a mere 30 miles from the border with New York. The nearest larger city is Waterbury, found less than 10 miles to the south, while the state's capital, Hartford, is less than 30 miles to the east.

This area is hilly, forested, and rather rural, which makes it quite a contradiction from the busy, populated areas located on the eastern side of the state. Activities available at Black Rock State Park include picnicking, camping, hiking trails, and swimming sites. The park offers both ponds and streams where fishing can be enjoyed as well. The Mattatuck State Forest is found adjacent to the park, and some of the same forestland is shared by both locales.

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Getting Outdoors

Renting an RV at this site will give you the opportunity to engage in a wide variety of activities. The park's grassy meadows allow visitors the chance to engage in a variety of field sports, while Black Rock Lake and Pond, and Lockwood Pond offer fishing opportunities. This site is actually a designated park for Trout fishing.

There are plenty of hiking trails available at this park. One, the Mattatuck Trail, traverses almost 40 miles, from Waterbury in the south, all the way north to the Wigwam Reservoir in Morris. Numerous side trails that branch off this main route are yours to discover as well. Obviously, hikers can choose how much or how little of the trail they wish to experience, as there are several access points along its length.

A large, black, rock face is the namesake for the park. This location is available to be explored, as are the meadows and streams that make up the nearby Naugatuck River Valley. The Mattatuck State Forest, and all the activities that site has to offer is also easily accessible from here.

Camping at Black Rock State Park

If you enjoy camping with an RV, then this park is for you! This recreation area has a campground on-site, and staying here allows easy access to all the enjoyable activities the park makes available to visitors.

The park provides numerous campsites that can be reserved. Some are in wooded areas while others are more out in the open. A few of the sites are near the water. Fees vary based on whether the individual is a state resident or not. Reservations are strongly encouraged as these sites are popular.

The park makes potable water available for guests, as well as bathrooms. Both alcoholic beverages and pets are prohibited in the campgrounds. Some of the sites are on gravel pads, while others feature paved lots. A meadow that gives kids the chance to run around is available near the entrance to the campground. As so many fun activities are available here, RV camping at Black Rock State Park is common, so any amenities you need should be easy to find.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Litchfield County, you will be able to access numerous attractions throughout the nearby region. Leatherman's Cave is located in nearby Watertown. The cave is available for exploring and picturesque views of the surrounding forestland, hills and valley are available from the top. The cave is named after an outlaw from the local area, who was famous in the late 1800's. State park RV camping offers you a natural atmosphere to relax and enjoy your surroundings.

Several waterfall hikes are available near the park. Nonnewaug Falls and the Whitestone Cliffs Trail both offer opportunities to view this sites. The cliffs include a summit that requires an elevation gain of around 750 feet to achieve, though expansive views are available throughout the trek. The ruins of old settlements can sometimes be spotted in these areas as well.

This is a fairly rural region, but there are plenty of grocery stores nearby where you can refresh any supplies that have run low. There are also a number of gas stations located within 20 miles of the park. All of these stops are easily located. If you're hungry, a number of locally-owned restaurants are also available throughout the local area.

If you've been looking for a quiet place to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, and enjoy some time in the great outdoors, consider camping at Black Rock State Park. Go for a hike, explore a cave, or try your hand at fishing on a nearby lake. Camp in an RV near Black Rock State Park and enjoy your time in the Constitution State!

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