- Black Rock State Park – a 439-acre park in western Connecticut given to the state in 1926.
- Trail Blazing – The practice of marking outdoor trails with colored signs that follow each other and mark the direction of that trail.
- Black Rock State Park received its name due to the mining of graphite lead in the area by early settlers in the Naugatuck Valley.
- Arrowheads and other artifacts have been found showing that this area was also used by Native Americans.
2065 Thomaston Rd, Watertown, CT 06795