Maybe it's the serene valleys tucked between rolling, cedar-studded hills... or the abundant indigo and scarlet wildflowers of spring. Perhaps it's the cypress trees that line meandering riverbanks... or the friendly small towns where time ticks at a slower tock. Then again, it could be the siren song of Austin's musical melting-pot. Whatever the appeal, the Texas Hill Country captivates fans the world over.
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Lake Georgetown contains a high density largemouth bass population. The size structure of this fish population has been improving since the implementation of a 14 - 18 inch slot length limit in September 1993. Several catches of largemouth bass over 10 pounds were documented in 1999 and 2000, TX Fishing
Fishing at Granger Lake varies throughout the year. Large catfish, along with the annual crappie and white bass runs bring many people to the lake for a taste of good Texas fishing. The largest black bass caught to date at Granger Lake had a certified weight of 11.62 lbs, White Bass 2.64, TX Fishing
Union Grove Park- This park offers RV and tent camping with water and electric hook-ups available at all sites. There are a total of 37 campsites; 7 are tent only, 4 are pull through, 2 are double sites and the remainder will accommodate tents, trailers and RV', TX Camping
Boat ramps are located at 3 parks at Lake Georgetown. The ramps located at Cedar Breaks Park and Jim Hogg Park are open year round from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm with a 24 hour exit. The ramp at Russell Park is open from April 1 - September 30 from 6:00 am to dusk. All of the ramps are 4, TX Boating
The Crockett County Interpretive Trail & Visitor Center Park is a wonderful collection of native plant material that would be seen within 100Ozona, TX Trails
The 82-acre park was originally donated to Crockett County in 1965 by the Meadows and Benckenstein families for preservation and public use of the site and was transferred to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in 1968. Today it is managed by the Texas Historical Commission.Ozona, TX Historic Sites