Have a swimming time around Georgetown
In the mood for a smooth kayak cruise around Lake Georgetown? Or maybe the kids are begging for a swim. Whatever your choice for staying cool this summer, the View has you covered. Enjoy this guide to watering holes in Georgetown:
Free Water Fun
Blue Hole 100 Blue Hole Park
This natural scenic swimming hole bordered by limestone bluff has become a hot spot for folks all over Williamson County. It’s a dammed chute off the San Gabriel River located right in the middle of the city!
Pro tip: Free public is parking available at the corner of 3rd and Rock Streets in the parking lot or the parking garage.
San Jose Park and Splash Pad 1707 San Jose Street
Take the whole family because this park has something for everyone! The splash pad is adjacent to a playground, pavilion, basketball courts, BBQ pits, and restrooms.
Downtown Splash Pad 816 S. Main Street
Simple but effective jets shoot from the ground next to the Art Center. Top the day out off with a stroll around the Square and a stop for ice cream at Cianfrani Coffee.
Lake Georgetown 500 Lake Overlook Drive
This beautiful reservoir covers 1,200 acres. Its three public access areas support camping, boat launching, hiking, swimming, and more!
Georgetown Paddle Company 4405 Williams Drive
Enjoy stand up paddle boards (SUP) or personal and double kayaks for a day. The staff will meet you at the launch of your choice on Lake Georgetown. www.gtpaddle.com
Recreation Center Pool Play 1003 N. Austin Avenue
This family-friendly pool features water slides, splash fountains, tumble buckets, and more! It’s great fun for young kids. Check out fees and hours and find information about other municipal pools at the City of Georgetown website: www.parks.georgetown.org/aquatics.
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