Georgetown is a small historic town about thirty miles north of Austin that exudes the irresistible charm of yesteryear. The downtown area sports antique streetlights and Victorian storefronts, along with brick walks lining tree shaded streets. Restored to its period beauty, the architecture in the downtown square is entrancingly adorned with gingerbread and other decorative elements of this era.
You can take a self-guided walking tour or elect to arrange a guided tour of the area. Don’t miss the courthouse, built in 1878, and the Palace Theater, an art deco structure built in 1925. Meander through the local museum and unique shops, and stop at one of the restaurants for a delightful repast.
Other attractions in the town include hike and bike trails, as well as a cavern and an archeological artifacts site. You’ll enjoy your stay in this friendly, interesting Texas town.
Visit TexasCampgrounds.com to find a campground close to this historic gem. Click on the Find a Park page, then search by city, selecting Georgetown. East View RV Ranch and New Life RV Park are both in town. You can reserve a spot on our secure site.