This suburb 30 miles north of Austin has a population of 65,000. It is home to the oldest university in Texas as well as historic Victorian homes. We have outlined a few of the best spots to hold your next outdoor event.
Blue Hole Park
This amazing park has a water source provided by a natural spring. The limestone bluffs that surround the lake make for an exquisite setting. There is no alcohol allowed. Here is the park info but there are no rentals available, all spots are free to use.
Address: 100 Blue Hole Park Rd, Georgetown, TX 78626, United States
San Gabriel Park
This park in northern Georgetown has trails and picnic areas. There are also sports courts and fields. There is a river inside the park as well!! There are 11 different pavilions that you can rent, use this link. The cost is between $40 and $150 for a full day rental.
Address: 445 E Morrow St, Georgetown, TX 78626, United States
This nice little park in the center of town has an 18 hole disc golf course. There is a large playground as well as a fishing pond for everyone. You can rent the pavilion for $75 at this link.
Address: 1125 Woodlawn Ave, Georgetown, TX 78626, United States
Another downtown park open from sunrise to sunset, this park has a picnic area and basketball courts.
Address: 805 W 17th St, Georgetown, TX 78626, United States
This large park has a huge playground, basketball courts, trails, and a picnic pavilion (which you can rent at this link). The pavilion is $65 for residents and $95 for non residents for a full day.
Address: 602 Rucker St, Georgetown, TX 78626, United States
San Jose Park
This community park is known for its playground, splash area, ball fields, picnic areas, and open green spaces. You can rent the pavilion at this link for up to $95 for non residents.
Address: 1707 San Jose St, Georgetown, TX 78626, United States