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Georgetown Parks & Recreation

Visit Garey Park

Park Hours

In response to the Williamson County Stay-Home Order, Garey Park’s operating hours will remain 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. until further notice.

Spring/Summer (April 1-Sept. 30) – open 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Fall/Winter (Oct. 1-March 31) – open 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Garey Park will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

No admittance within 30 minutes of posted closing time.
Hours may vary for special events.

Entrance fees required. See below.


6450 RM 2243
Georgetown, TX 78628

Garey Park is located approximately 6.5 miles west of Interstate 35 on RM 2243 (Leander Rd.) and abuts the western-most edge of the City of Georgetown’s Extra Territorial Jurisdiction.

Entrance Fees

Entrance fees are based on residency. Resident rate applies to those who live inside the City Limits of Georgetown. Nonresident rate applies to those who live outside of the City Limits or in the ETJ. Please provide proof of residency (e.g. a driver’s license) upon entering the park to verify residency.

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Daily Entrance Fee

Day passes allow day use for a driver and up to one passenger in a personal vehicle. Additional passengers are charged $2/person. Children ages 3 and under are admitted free. Entry is free on Tuesdays from October-March.

Fees are collected at the Gate House during park hours.

Passenger Vehicle (up to 2 people): $5 Resident/$10 Nonresident
Additional Person: $2 Resident/Nonresident
Children ages 3 and under: Free


For groups of 16 or more, please notify park staff of intended visit at least two weeks in advance.

For groups of 16 or more coming to enjoy the Play Ranch area, a pavilion reservation is required.

Groups traveling in vehicles with capacities of 16 or more not using the Play Ranch area will pay $35 per bus, regardless of residency status.

Equestrian Riders

Enjoy 4.68 miles of equestrian trails with your horse. A current negative Coggins test must be presented at the Garey Park Gate House before entering the park.

Equestrian Rider: $8 Resident/$12 Nonresident

Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted at the gate house.

Annual Passes

Annual passes provide unlimited entry into Garey Park during park hours for a pass holder and any guests who are riding in the same vehicle, for one year (valid through the date of purchase); any equestrian riders are an additional fee. Annual passes are non-transferable.

Annual passes can be purchased at the Gate House during park hours.

Garey Park Annual Pass: $100 Resident/$150 Nonresident

You can purchase a second pass for an additional family member who lives in the same household for $20 Resident/$25 Nonresident.

Equestrian Rider Annual Pass

Garey Park Annual Pass holders who would like to bring their horse to the park can purchase an additional Equestrian Rider Annual Pass. Passes are sold per rider and are non-transferable.

Equestrian Rider Annual Pass:
$100 Annual Pass + $75 Equestrian Pass=$175 Resident
$150 Annual Pass + $100 Equestrian Pass=$250 Nonresident

For more information, read Garey Park Annual Pass Details.

Photography Guidelines
Lost and Found
To inquire about lost or found items at Garey Park, call (512) 930-6800. Items will be kept for two weeks.