Camping at Lake Georgetown

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Reservations for campsites can be made through (877) 444-6777 or .

Cedar Breaks Park, Jim Hogg Park, Russell Park, and Tejas Camp at Lake Georgetown are open year around from 6:00 am - 10:00 pm seven days a week. Cedar Breaks Park has 64 sites with approximately two-thirds being heavily wooded. Jim Hogg Park has 148 sites with approximately one-half being heavily wooded. Russell Park has 27 tent-only sites with no utilities. Tejas Camp has 12 tent-only sites with no utilities.

November 1st - February 28th, Cedar Breaks sites 36-64 and Jim Hogg sites 79-148, are closed for the winter.

The Gatehouse Hours of Operation

Jim Hogg and Cedar Breaks Parks: Friday-Sunday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Russell Park: Friday - Sunday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm.

Check-in / Check-out Procedures

Check-in time for reservations is 3 pm and check-out time is 2pm. If you arrive early and no one is occupying your reserved site, you can occupy the site early as long as you check with the park host first.

The entrance gates close at 10:00 pm for our customer's security. Exit-only gates are provided and are open 24 hours. These parks are known for their family atmosphere and abundant wildlife. Park Hosts reside in the parks to serve our customers.

There is a 14 day camping limit as regulated by Title 36 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Visitors who desire to stay longer during the winter season may apply for 14 day extensions up to 120 days. Campers with extensions are required to change sites every 28 days. Single sites can accommodate up to 8 people. Double sites can accommodate up to 16 people per site. Campers are limited to two vehicles per campsite on singles and 4 vehicles on double campsites. A $5.00 vehicle fee will be charged per extra vehicle past the limit. Check out time is 2:00 pm. Check in time is 3:00 pm or earlier if the site is available and clean. Reservation information is available here.


Due to the increased amount of damage caused by nails, lights, and hot lanterns, the following regulations are in effect.

  1. Do not place any nails into the shelters or a trees.
  2. Do not hang electrical lights on any shelter or tree.
  3. Hang lanterns on the provided hooks underneath the shelter only.

Any violation of this regulation can result in a citation.  Campers will be responsible for any damage caused by violation of this regulation.