- The list below includes 77 free or cheap things to do in or near Georgetown, Texas, including 67 different types of inexpensive activities like Camping Site, Bowling, Family Fun Center and Playgrounds.
- From San Gabriel River to Bark Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Georgetown and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cedar Park, Pflugerville, Round Rock and Austin.
The San Gabriel River is popular with many sports people. Walkers and bikers love the paths along the river, boaters love to canoe and kayak on the river, and anglers love to catch catfish, largemouth bass, and other species of fish in the water.
Measuring nearly six acres, Bark Park is a fenced canine recreation facility located in a pecan grove. The park provides drinking water, dog waste bags, benches, an agility course, double-gated entry and a separate small dog area.
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Georgetown Park & Recreation maintains the city's parks and recreation facilities and provides recreation programs to its visitors. Recreation programs and facilities include soccer, lifeguard training, summer camps, a tennis center, and a dog park.
Managed and maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers, Lake Georgetown is a scenic lake that is a popular destination for boating, fishing, and camping. The lake is surrounded by a network of hiking and biking trails.
It is estimated that the Inner Space Caverns are between 90 to 100 million years old, but was discovered in 1963 when Interstate 35 was being completed through the area. Visitors can take different levels of tours.
Located on Georgetown Lake, Cedar Breaks Park can be used for fishing, boating, hiking, biking and hunting. It provides a 26-mile trail, campsites with toilets and electrical hookups, picnic facilities and terrain that includes dense forest and prairie grasslands.
Covering the history of Williamson County, the Williamson Museum has interactive exhibits and collections of historical images. Exhibits include images of Hispanic-American families, the history of World War II, the history of Swedish immigrants, and exhibits on local artisans.