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Berry Springs Park and Preserve

Berry Springs Park and Preserve is utilized for passive recreational uses including camping, hiking and fishing. Click here for the rules and regulations of the park. The park features a 2.5 mile hike/bike trail that will eventually connect to Georgetown Parks and Recreation trails. Berry Springs Park and Preserve was voted "The Best Kept Secret" in the 2010 "The Best of Georgetown" contest. The park was also recognized for its outstanding trails and picnic facilities. The 2010 winners were selected by citizens, visitors and businesses.

Virtual Tour: Take a virtual tour of Berry Springs Park and Preserve, developed by Kathy McCormack, Capitol Area Master Naturalist here.

 
Park Facilities

Fire Ring

Fire Ring at Berry Springs Park
Occupation 80
Availability Available for 2 hour use. (Not available during Burn Bans)
Price $60.00
Electricity No

Amphitheater

Amphitheater
Occupation 55
Availability 10am - 2pm, or 3pm - 10pm; ($25) 
  10am - 10pm; ($40) 
Electricity Yes, at additional $20 charge

Tonkawa

Tonkawa Pavilion
Occupation 64 Maximum (8 tables)
Availability 10am - 2pm, or 3pm - 10pm; $45
10am - 10pm; $80
Grill Yes
Electricity Yes, included in rental fee

Birthday Mill

Birthday Mill Pavilion
Occupation 32 Maximum (4 tables)
Availability 10am - 2pm, or 3pm - 10pm; $25
10am - 10pm; $40
Grill Yes
Electricity No
 
Park Map
 
Park Layout