Welcome to Black Brook! We are a small Town in Clinton County, New York. The area was first settled around 1825 and the Town was formed from part of Peru in 1839. Early industry here included farming, mining, and smelting iron.
Black Brook is named after a stream that flows through the Town, located on the Southeast corner of Clinton County and inside the beautiful Adirondack Park.
We are also lucky enough to have the Au Sable River run through the Town, and to boast the title “Wild Trout Fly Fishing Destination”.
Black Brook has 134.3 square miles of which 130 square miles is land and 4.4 miles is water. Lakes in this area include:
The outlet of Union Falls pond is a reservoir of the Saranac River and is in the West part of Town.
A hamlet on the south town line at the Au Sable River and NY-9N. It extends into the town of Jay on the south side of the river.
The hamlet of Black Brook is in the south part of the town, northwest of Au Sable Forks.
A hamlet on the north town line.
A hamlet in the northeast part of the town.
A hamlet northwest of Black Brook village on Silver Lake Road.
A lake north of Black Brook village.
A hamlet at the east end of Silver Lake.
A location between East Kilns and West Kilns on Forestdale Road.
A hamlet on Route 3 in the northwest corner of the town.
A lake in the western part of the town.
A hamlet north of Black Brook village.
A lake in the southwest part of the town, south of Silver Lake.
A hamlet on the town line in the southeast part of the town.
A hamlet on the west town line.
A lake partly inside the west town line.
A hamlet in the southwest corner of Black Brook.