Berry Springs Park & Preserve

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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.

Horseback riding is permitted at Berry Springs, but first ensure you are familiar with the equestrian activity guidelines. Please complete and submit the Equine Release of Liability Form.


To reserve overnight campsites, group pavilions, amphitheater or fire ring, view our online reservations page. Or contact the Park Head Quarters at 512-943-1920 between 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. View the Cancellation Policy (PDF).

Park Map

Map of Berry Springs Park and Preserve

Trails Map

Trails Map

Park Hours

7 am to 10 pm

Maintenance Hours

7 am to 4 pm
Phone: 512-943-1307

Take a Virtual Tour of Berry Springs Park and Preserve as developed by Kathy McCormack of the Capitol Area Master Naturalist.


Lil Bob and Pedro the DonkeysLil' Bob and Pedro love to see our park visitors, but please help limit feeding to only a handful of grass or hay. Anything more than that is not healthy for them.

Campground Hosting

Watch our host information YouTube video to learn more about Campground Hosting.

  1. Ampitheater
  2. Birthday Mill
  3. Fire Ring
  4. Tonkawa

Amphitheater at Berry Springs Park

Occupancy: 55


  • 9 am to 2 pm or 3 pm to 8 pm: $35
  • 9 am to 8 pm: $50

Electricity: Yes, included in rental fee