Berry Springs Park and Preserve, located on the outskirts of Georgetown and situated along Berry Creek, is home to a century old heritage pecan grove. These beautiful and magnificent trees provide relaxing shade to park goers, where one can hike, bike, fish, picnic, and camp. The park also features rentable covered picnic pavilions, which serve as great gathering places for family reunions, company picnics and other get-togethers. A large playground is available for the kids to enjoy. Come check it out, you won't be disappointed. To learn more, please view Berry Springs' rules and regulations.
Horseback riding is permitted at Berry Springs, but first ensure you are familiar with the equestrian activity guidelines. Click here to complete and submit the Equine Release Form.
FEES: Click here for fees
RESERVATIONS: Click here to reserve overnight campsites and group pavilions OR contact the Park HQ at 512-943-1920 between 8am-5pm, Monday through Friday.
PARK MAP: Download a pdf map of Berry Springs Park & Preserve
Take a Virtual Tour of Berry Springs Park & Preserve as developed by Kathy McCormack of the Capitol Area Master Naturalist.