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Georgetown Parks & Recreation

Parks & Trails


Effective Friday, May 1, some parks amenities will reopen. The openings follow executive orders issued Monday by Texas Governor Greg Abbott that allow some businesses and facilities to open to the public as part of Phase One of the Open Texas plan. The changes also are in response to the expiration of the State’s and Williamson County’s Stay Home orders, effective April 30.

Outdoor parks facilities now open:

  • Small picnic pavilions in City parks will be available without reservations for use by small groups, while allowing for physical distancing. Larger pavilions will be closed.
  • Outdoor restrooms
  • Drinking fountains
  • Tennis courts and pickleball courts at McMaster Athletic Complex
  • Skate Park
  • Blue Hole Park

Most parks and trails remain open, with the following exceptions:

  • The Gatehouse at Garey Park
  • Basketball courts
  • Park playgrounds, including the Creative Playscape and the Play Ranch at Garey Park
  • Exercise equipment
  • Splash pads

Nestled between the cool, clear waters of the North and South San Gabriel Rivers and the gently rolling hills of Central Texas is the beautiful City of Georgetown. With 40 parks and more than 16 miles of hike and bike trails, Georgetown Parks and Recreation offers an array of recreational opportunities that make for an excellent quality of life.

If you have questions or concerns about the parks, or would like to rent a park pavilion, please contact us at (512) 930-3595.