MAP: Here are 42 Georgetown parks and trails to get some fresh air while self-isolating

Garey Park includes a pond. (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)
Garey Park includes a pond. (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)

Garey Park includes a pond. (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)

Updated 1:38 p.m. March 26

NOTE: Park amenities have since closed however parks and trails remain open.


Getting a little stir-crazy staying at home at need to get outdoors or looking for a new place to walk beyond your neighborhood? Check out this list of Georgetown parks for safe self-isolation options.

Parks

  • Bark Park, 151 Holly St.

  • Bedford Park, 812 Bedford Court

  • Berry Creek Park, 1100 Shinnecock Hills Drive

  • Berry Springs Park and Preserve, 1801 CR 152

  • Blue Hole Park, 100 Blue Hole Park

  • Booty’s Road Park, 1631 Booty’s Park Road

  • Chandler Park, 108 Spring Valley Road

  • Chautauqua Park, 602 Rucker St.

  • Creative Playscape, 1003 N. Austin Ave.

  • Creekside Park, 705 Village Commons Blvd.

  • Edwards Park, 704 Ash St.

  • Emerald Springs Park, 3604 Old Mill Road

  • Garey Park, 6450 RM 2243

  • Geneva Park, 1021 Quail Valley Drive

  • Katy Crossing Park, 224 Katy Crossing Blvd.

  • Kelley Park, 805 W. 17th St.

  • La Conterra North Park, 109 W. Ridge Line Blvd.

  • Lakeside Park, 1520 Lakeside Ranch Road

  • Madrone Park, 923 Madrone Drive

  • McMaster Athletic Complex, 101 W. L. Walden Drive

  • Meadows Park, 321 Meadow Park Drive

  • Old Town Park, 1262 S. Austin Ave.

  • Pinnacle Park, 309 Greenslope Lane

  • Rabbit Hill Park, 1109 Blue Ridge Drive

  • Raintree Park, 302 Raintree Drive

  • River Ridge Pool and Park, 414 S. Ridge Circle

  • Rivery Park, 1125 Woodlawn Ave.

  • Rowan Park, 1301 Rowan Drive

  • San Gabriel Park, 445 E. Morrow St.

  • San Jose Park and Splash Pad, 1707 San Jose St.

  • Summercrest Park, 1201 Ashberry Trail

  • Summers Green Park, 113 Summers Green

  • University Park, 2501 University Park Drive

  • VFW Park, 401 E. Second St.

  • Village Pool and Park, 370 Village Commons Blvd.

  • Williams Drive Pool and Park, 3201 Williams Drive

  • Windridge Village Park, 1302 E. Third St.

  • Woodlake Park, 249 Wildwood Drive


Trails


  • Randy Moore Trail begins in San Gabriel Park, 445 E. Morrow St., and ends at Bootsy Road Park, 1631 Booty’s Park Road.

  • San Gabriel Park Loop is located at San Gabriel Park, 445 E. Morrow St.

  • South San Gabriel Trail begins at Blue Hole Park, 100 Blue Hole Park, and runs to Carver Elementary School, 4901 Scenic Lake Drive.

  • Winfred Bonner Trail begins in Blue Hole Park, 100 Blue Hole Park, and runs to McMaster AthleticComplex, 101 W. L. Walden Drive.

By Ali Linan
Ali Linan began covering Georgetown for Community Impact Newspaper in 2018. Her reporting focuses on education and Williamson County. Ali hails from El Paso and graduated from Syracuse University in 2017.


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