445 E. Morrow Street
Meandering right through the very heart of Georgetown is the San Gabriel River. What better place to find one of the most beautiful parks in the State of Texas. San Gabriel Park is graced with 200 year-old oak trees that offer the shade of their branches to family picnics, games of touch football or Frisbee, concerts, festivals, canoeing, swimming and, well, a lazy day of fishing. For driving directions, or information on reserving areas, click on the link above.
Blue Hole is a scenic lagoon on the South San Gabriel River. The entrance to Blue Hole Park is located at Second Street and Rock Street, one block west of N. Austin Avenue. This scenic park lined by limestone bluffs is a good wading spot to cool down a little bit in the summer! Blue Hole Park is open from 5 a.m. – 10 p.m. Free public parking is available at the corner of 3rd Street and Rock Street in the parking lot or the parking garage. For more information, please go to parks.georgetown.org/blue-hole.
151 Holly Street
Bark Park is located in a beautiful pecan grove providing significant shade for dogs and their owners alike. There is parking available as well as water fountains and trash containers for owners and their dogs. Additional features will be added to the park such as picnic tables, benches, and a trail around the park in the future. Be sure to locate, read, and understand the Rules for Use posted at the park for an enjoyable visit to Bark Park for yourself, your dog, and your neighbors.
Main Entrance: 1801 C.R. 152
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!
1200 County Road 152
This park is on the outskirts of Georgetown, in a relaxing country setting. New Life RV Park prides themselves on serving your needs but should you need something more, they are minutes from town.
552 Eastview Drive
Come and see the beautiful sunrises & relaxing sunsets. Top of the hill views, 740′ – 760′ above sea level. “Designed, Managed, and Owned by RV’ers for RV’ers.” Free WiFi HOTSPOT – wireless internet access. CONVENIENT – Only minutes from: Austin (North), Round Rock (Dell Diamond), and Sun City.
500 Lake Overlook Drive
Lake Georgetown is a popular recreation destination for people from around the United States. Cedar Breaks and Jim Hogg Park have boat ramps and camping facilities with RV hookups, restrooms, showers. Visit website for complete details on Jim Hogg Park, Russell Park, Cedar Breaks Park and Tejas Park.
445 E. Morrow Street
Capacity: Ranges from 25 to 130
Meandering right through the heart of Georgetown are the North Fork and the South Fork of the San Gabriel River. Along the banks of the San Gabriel River where the two forks meet, between the river and Austin Avenue, you’ll find one of the most beautiful parks in the state of Texas. There are arbors, pavilions and other areas available to rent.
7450 E. Highway 29
Shady River RV Resort, the Austin area’s coziest RV resort, lies along the banks of the beautiful San Gabriel River in historic Georgetown TX. Offering large shade trees, spacious sites with full hook-ups and all the amenities you would expect from a top notch RV park, and more.