Parks and Trails
A Parks, Recreation and Trails Master Plan is exactly what its name indicates. Parks typically refer to land dedicated to outdoor areas programmed for Recreation which refers to both active and passive recreation activities including ball play, jogging, picnicking, etc. Trails refer to pathways used for jogging, biking,
Georgetown Parks and Recreation maintains more than 30 parks, nearly 9 miles of hike and bike trails, and three disc golf courses. If you have questions about the parks, or would like to rent a park pavilion, please contact us at (512) 930-3595. View our interactive Parks and Trails Map or print
The City of Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department and the volunteer Park Rangers hope you have an enjoyable time in the parks and along the hike and bike trails. Our goal is to maintain a clean and safe environment for all visitors to our parks and would like to inform
The Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department maintains three disc golf courses. The Pinnacle Disc Golf Course and the San Gabriel Park Disc Golf Course are 9-hole courses. There is an 18-hole Disc Golf Course in the Rivery Park. For more information regarding the Disc Golf Courses, please call (512) 930-3595.
ATXfloods provides up-to-date status of low water crossing in Central Texas. Maintained by the City of Austin Flood Early Warning System (FEWS) team, ATXfloods monitors weather and road conditions 24-7 and on an on-call basis. Please visit atxfloods.com to locate any known flood prone roads and trails in your area.
Events held in San Gabriel Park, Booty’s Park Pavilion, Rivery Park Pavilion, San Jose Park Pavilion and Chautauqua Park Pavilion may require a Parks Event Permit. Some gatherings and organized activities may place unique demands on public resources or pose a potential danger to public health, safety and welfare. In order to