Lake Georgetown, Georgetown, TX
This trail is pretty rocky in some parts so wear hardy shoes. Dogs are welcome but there is only one or two small watering holes so bring plenty of water for the dog and of course, clean-up bags. It took us about 3 hours the last time we hiked here. I'd like to keep it under 3 hours, so we will be keeping a pretty good pace.
The directions to the park are as follows: Take I35 to Georgetown. Exit Rt 29 and turn left (West). Travel 2 miles to DB Wood Rd and make a right. Travel 2 more miles to Cedar Breaks Park and turn left. The park is another 2 miles (approx) After passing the park entrance gate, the parking lot is to the left. The park is free for hikers but you'll need to sign in with the attendant
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