Welcome to Lake Georgetown

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District welcomes you to Lake Georgetown, located in Georgetown, Texas. Our mission: supply water to the cities of Georgetown and Round Rock, Brushy Creek MUD, provide flood risk management to the Georgetown area, and offer some of the best fishing, camping and boating in Texas.


Lake Elevation / Gate Opening Information

Lake Georgetown
17 MAY 2022
Current Elevation Normal Elevation Currently Releasing Current Wind Speed Current Wind Direction Max Wind Speed (Last 6 Hours)
782.77 ft 791.00 ft 0 cfs 5.75 mph 127.00 deg
11.68 mph
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Latest News and Updates

Remember to be safe around the water and always wear a life jacket and please continue to follow the CDC guidelines for COVID-19 for everyone's safety.

For information on changes to Lake Georgetown's day use fee collection, Click Here .

Thank you for working with us to keep our parks and visitors safe!

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

For further information on the Georgetown Master Plan update: Click Here

Lake Georgetown Office Email: CESWF-OD-NF@usace.army.mil

Williamson County Burn Ban Information. <Click Here>

Clean. Drain. Dry your boat! Meet State Requirements at www.Texasinvasives.org

Golf Carts : *In accordance with Texas Transportation Code, Golf Carts are not allowed to be
operated on Public Roadways at Corps of Engineers Projects.


Changes to the Lake Georgetown Archery Deer Hunt, please Click Here to view.


Have a fourth grade student at home? Click on the link to find out more about our Every Kid in the Park Pass. Click Here

America the Beautiful Senior, Military, Access, and Annual Passes are available online, Click Here . Access Passes are avaliable in person Monday - Friday during business hours excluding federal holidays.

Facility Closure Report:

All facility closures for the Fort Worth District are found Here.


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