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Georgetown Lake Camping Cedar Breaks and Jim Hogg Park at Lake Georgetown are the developed camping areas and are known for their family atmosphere and abundant wildlife. Park Attendants and Park Hosts reside in the parks to serve our customers. The parks are open year round from 6:00 am - 10:00 pm seven days a week. The entrance gates are locked at 10:00 pm for security. Exit gates are open 24 hours. There is a 14 day camping limit. Visitors who desire to stay longer during the winter season may apply for 14 day extensions up to 120 days. Campers are required to change sites every 28 days. Single sites accommodate up to 8 people per site with two pieces of camping equipment. Campers are limited to two vehicles per campsite pad. A $2.00 vehicle fee will be charged per extra vehicle. Check out time is 2:00 pm.

Cedar Breaks Park has 64 campsites with water and electric hookups. Each
site has a 55' back in parking pad, covered picnic table and grill. A dump
station is provided for the disposal of wastewater and the restrooms have
hot showers and flush toilets.

Jim Hogg Park has 148 sites with water and electric hookups. Each site has
a 55' back in parking pad, covered table and grill. Sites 1 - 109 also have
a ground fire ring. Sites 8,75, 80, 122, and 132 are double sites and have
screened in shelters. Sites 79 - 148 are only available from 1 April to 30
Nov. A dump station is provided for the disposal of wastewater and the restrooms
have hot showers and flush toilets.



TEJAS PARK

Tejas Park offers primitive camping that is accessible by vehicle. The park has 12 "tent only" sites with a picnic table, tent pad and ground fire ring. Potable water is available at a central location within the park. Vault toilets are located near the park entrance. Each site will accommodate up to 8 people.

In addition to Tejas Park, There are 3 additional camps that are only accessible by hiking or boat. Each site is equipped with a picnic table and ground fire ring with most having a lantern stand. Potable water is not available. Cedar Hollow Camp is located between milepost 4 and 5 on The Good Water Hiking Trail. Sawyer Camp is located between milepost 6 and 7. Walnut Springs Camp is located between milepost 14 and 15. Careful trip planning is encouraged when using these facilities.


Admission: Camping Fees Apply
Address: 4 mi W of Georgetown via FM 2338
Phone: 512-819-9046

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