Finding a decent campsite can be hard, and you don't want to stay just anywhere when it comes to sleeping outdoors! Well, look no further. The perfect campsite is just 25 miles north of Austin and we're in peak season. Grab your friends and some marshmallows and get ready to camp out at the breathtaking Cedar Breaks Park.
Cedar Breaks Park sits on the south side of Georgetown Lake, a stunning body of water perfect for boating, paddling, and fishing. With a boat ramp already provided for guests, the park makes it easy to enjoy time out on the water with your friends and loved ones. Paddling is also super popular while you're there, and fishing is a favorite due to the abundance of opportunity to catch something. Fish filet, anyone?
There are 59 reservable campsites to choose from with flush toilets and electric hookups already provided. Living wild is fun... to a certain extent. Certain aspects of everyday living are key while you're camping and Cedar Breaks Park is well aware of that. Picnic shelters are also available for parties and cookouts. Even if it's not your own, saying "hi" and making new friends always makes a trip like this better.
While there's plenty to do on the campsite, there's even more to do nearby. Georgetown itself has places to get dinner, camp groceries, and loads more just incase you're in need of anything at all. What's more exciting is the historic downtown square district where live music can be heard, shopping can be had, and food from the cutest restaurants can be ate. Cedar Breaks Park is a true gem to visit, and it's only $26 a night!
Cedar Breaks Park
Price: $26 a night
Address: 2100 Cedar Breaks Rd, Georgetown, TX 78633
Why you need to go: Cedar Breaks Park is the perfect place to camp out with your friends. You'll have plenty to do while you stay, and if camping gets a little tiresome than the town of Georgetown has plenty to do for a small escape!
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