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Trails at Lake Georgetown
A valid pass, online payment, or camping reservation is required for entry into Cedar Breaks, Jim Hogg, and Russell Parks. Payment is no longer accepted in the gate houses at the parks. Payment or passes must be purchased online through Recreation.gov or by scanning the QR-codes when entering the park. Your vehicle license plate may be used to verify compliance.
USACE Annual Passes may be purchased online through Recreation.gov or by scanning the QR-Codes on signs near the front of our parks. Paper annual passes must be redeemed for a plastic hangtag at the park gate houses within 14 days of purchase. Gate houses are open Friday - Sunday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm (April - September). Gate house hours may be reduced during winter months. To find out more about where and when to pick up your pass, contact the Lake Georgetown Office M-F 8:00 am - 4:30 pm at 512-930-5253.
The San Gabriel River Trail (Good Water Loop) is a 26 mile rugged trail winding through dense Juniper Forest, Hardwood Bottomlands, and Prairie Grasslands . The trail extends completely around Lake Georgetown via the dam. Another section of the trail extends from Overlook Park eastward toward the San Gbriel River and the City of Georgetown trail system. This section of the trail is paved and ADA accessible. Parking is provided at Cedar Breaks Park, Tejas Camp, Russell Park, Overlook Park, the Nature Center, and the Stlling Basin on Booty's Road.Closing times for parking areas are posted near the entrances.
Restrooms and rest stops are provided along portions of the trail.
- Trail at Tejas Park June 11 2014 -