Cedar Breaks Park
Cedar Breaks Park is a serene and picturesque park maintained by the U.S Army Corps of Engineers that overlooks Lake Georgetown on its south side, approximately 4 miles west of Georgetown in the Texas Hill Country region. The park is a beautiful spot to spend some time and enjoy the natural beauty it has to offer. Within these grounds lies an Oak/Ash Juniper Forest, which will provide you with wildflower displays in springtime; there are also 60 RV campsites that come equipped with 20/30/50 amp electrical service as well as water — perfect for all your needs when staying at one of those sites.
Cedar Breaks Park is a small but pretty park with about 90% of the spacious sites shaded thanks to plenty of mesquite trees. It’s clean and well maintained, as it contains gated security — make sure you get in before 10 PM! The bad news about this place? You can’t easily access your site from below because they sit up on steep rocky bluffs above water (though there are some who hike down). Come here for stunning views instead; recommend bringing an ax or other means if interested in camping near the lakeside.
If you’re looking for a campground that offers amenities like picnic tables, grills, and fire pits with access to electricity, then Cedar Breaks Park is the place. With 64 campsites, there’s plenty of room when it comes down to picking your site number! Most are level enough, but some would benefit from being leveled out or even having something slope towards them so users can easily drive up onto their lot without any challenges, while others might be short in comparison due to other locations on high bluffs overlooking large lakeside views which offer great photo opportunities to boot.
This park is a great place to take the family. Whether it be for an easy hike on pleasant trails or by boat, there are plenty of amenities here! The dump station and picnic tables make this park more than just your typical county park, with its day-use area containing 41 table-top items that can serve everyone from toddlers up through parents in need (and grandparents too). A 4 lane ramp makes getting around easier if all you have access to which includes ample trailer parking, so no matter what type of vehicle drives behind yours – they will never run out of space again. There are also two fishing docks where many fishermen gather each week, hoping their luck turns into something worth catching–whether trout or bass.
Lake Georgetown is a beautiful and historic freshwater lake in central Texas.