Inner Space Cavern

inner space cavern4200 S. IH-35
512-931-CAVE
innerspacecavern.com

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Inner Space is a living cave, which means that its formations are continuing to develop and take shape. For over 80,000 years the cavern has been constantly changing, allowing for spectacular displays and breathtakingly beautifulĀ  formations.

Garey Park

Garey Park

6450 RM 2243
512-930-6800
parks.georgetown.org/gareypark

Amenities at the park include a playground, a splash pad, a dog park, an equestrian arena, the Garey House event space (rented separately), pavilions, two fishing ponds, 4.7 miles of hiking trails, and 4.2 miles of equestrian trails. For more information about Garey Park and admission fees, please visit their website.

Lake Georgetown

500 Lake Overlook Dr.
877-444-6777
Lake Georgetown Army Corps of Engineers

For the more serious angler or water enthusiast, this 1200 acre lake offers boating, skiing, fishing, four separate camping areas, a wildlife preserve and 16 miles of hiking trails. Cedar Breaks Park and Jim Hogg Park have boat ramps and camping facilities with RV hook-ups and restrooms with showers. Russell Park has both a camping and swimming area, a boat ramp and restrooms with showers. Tejas Park offers primitive camping and picnic areas. Fishing is some of the best in the region, with small and largemouth bass, white bass, flathead and channel cat. Online advance registrations are required to enter all Lake Georgetown Parks: Call 877-444-6777 or onlineĀ  Lake Georgetown Reservations

Berry Springs Park and Preserve

Berry Springs Park and PreserveMain Entrance: 1801 C.R. 152
512-943-1920
Berry Springs Park & Preserve

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Williamson County’s Berry Springs Park and Preserve is located on 300-acres along Berry Springs between I.H. 35 and C.R. 152 with the main entrance off of C.R. 152. Berry Springs Park and Preserve is utilized for passive recreational uses including camping, hiking and fishing. The park features a 2.5 mile hike/bike trail that will eventually connect to Georgetown Parks and Recreation trails. For camping and pavilion, plus history at Berry Springs please visit their website!