Group Camping Areas at Lake Georgetown

Russell Park will be closed to ALL day use and camping beginning Monday, October 28, 2019. During this time, crews will be constructing a new waterline. The closure is expected to last until approximately February 1, 2020 but may be extended if repairs have not been completed. All facilities including parking areas, restrooms, campsites, and boat ramps will be closed. The hiking trial that runs through the park will remain open. Restrooms and water will be unavailable. Trail users are asked to remain on the trail, use caution in the area, and plan their trips accordingly. All reservations during this time frame have been cancelled. Reservations affected by the closure should receive an email notification and a complete refund. To make new reservation at another park go to Recreation.gov or call 1-877-444-6777.

 

Russell Park group shelters (GS) 1 and 2 are available year around for day use or overnight tent camping. Each shelter will accommodate up to 50 people and has water, one electric outlet for small appliances, a group grill, and vault restrooms. Russell Park group shelter 3 is an enclosed shelter to accommodate up to 25 people. The shelter has a picnic table inside for dining, one electrical outlet, but does not contain bunk beds.

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For shelter reservations, contact the National Recreation Reservation Service at (877) 444-6777 .

 

 

Tejas Park has a group tent camp area that offers a picnic table, lantern stand, and ground fire ring. Water is available at a central location in the park and vault restrooms are nearby. This site is ideal for groups such as Boy Scouts who wish to utilize primitive camping,but still be close to a water source. It is located in an open field directly behind Tejas Camp. Vehicles cannot access the group site directly, campers will carry their equipement from their vehicles/parking lot to the site.