Keep Texas waterways clean! Enjoy the incredible Texas landscapes we work so hard to protect. If you’d like to enjoy 1,297 acre lake, paddle boards and kayaks are available from the Georgetown Paddle Company. To make a reservation, visit their website here.
Hungry? Grab a bite to eat at one of Georgetown’s finest establishments. A classic steakhouse and bar located downtown. Featuring delicious, wood-smoked meats and seafood, Wildfire has been described as “a reason to move to Georgetown.” Drop in for lunch, dinner, or even just cocktails. For more information, visit their website.
Berry Springs Park and Preserve
A few miles north of town lies Berry Springs, a beautiful park complete with gardens, fishing, and a hiking trail. Voted as Georgetown’s “Best Kept Secret” back in 2010, Berry Springs is the perfect spot to stop in and unwind. Make sure to bring your fishing rods!
Georgetown Art Center
Managed by local nonprofit Georgetown Artworks and free to the public, the new Georgetown Art Center is located downtown in the Historic Firehouse building, which has stood since 1892. Inside, you can enjoy works from a different nationally renowned artist every month, as well as a wide range of works from local artists and craftsmen. Visit their website to learn more.
Opening the Sunday prior to conference, Garey Park is primed to be Georgetown’s flagship park and a destination that will offer a variety of outdoor recreation! KTB will be the first organization to host an event at this park during out pre-conference Affiliate Networking Event, which includes a service project and BBQ dinner. Learn more, here.
Immerse yourself in the rich history of Georgetown and Williamson County. Located in Georgetown Square and entirely free to the public, make sure to stop in! With an incredible amount of history packed into a small space, you can stay for 15 minutes or 5 hours. Check out their website and plan a visit.
Not to be confused with the Blue Hole of Wimberly, Georgetown’s own swimming spot has plenty to offer. Just north of downtown and along the San Gabriel river, Blue Hole is a great local hangout for swimming, wading or just lying in the shade. For more information, visit the Parks Department website.
The Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department has almost 9 miles of trails running along the San Gabriel Rivers and through the various parks in the city. Most trails are lighted and are a great way to explore the full breadth of the city. Check out some of Georgetown’s many hiking trails on the Parks Department website.
Inner Space Cavern
One of the best-preserved caves in Texas, Inner Space Cavern can be found just south of Georgetown off of IH-35. Inner Space Cavern was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 after being hidden for over 10,000 years. Inside, you can expect to be treated to sights such as incredible limestone formations, as well as prehistoric remains. For more information, visit Inner Space Cavern’s website.
Georgetown is a beautiful city offering many attractions to explore during your downtime at our Annual Conference. While your planning your trip, check out our website for the important details and any updates.
Be sure to check out VisitGeorgetown.org for more activities to explore in the beautiful city! Linked here is Georgetown’s Visitor Guide. Also, check out this video of Chet Garner of the Daytripper in Georgetown.
Blog post written by Intern, Sam Lynaugh.