Fun in Georgetown, TXThings to do this summer in Georgetown, TX

This summer, Georgetown residents and visitors can enjoy a myriad of fun family activities and events put on by the city. Summer camps, wilderness trails, parks, outdoor movies, community events, world-class staycations, and more are on tap for the whole family. Whether you’re just visiting or you’ve been a longtime resident, here are some things you and the kids won’t want to miss this summer.

The Sunset Movie Series

Georgetown’s Sunset Movie Series is a free summer film series where you can watch family films projected on a massive outdoor screen in San Gabriel Park.

 

Bring a blanket or chairs, some snacks and enjoy the family movies scheduled for this summer. Movies being shown include:

  • 2021’s Raya and the Last Dragon (showing Friday, June 10), 
  • 1991’s classic Hook (showing Friday, July 15)
  • 2021’s Encanto (showing Friday, August 12)

 

All movies are rated PG and will start at dusk, around 8:30 p.m.  Come out early for free popcorn and activities!

Summer Camps

Georgetown Parks and Rec offers a huge variety of summer camps for kids. From sports camps, adaptive camps, enrichment camps, and adventure camps, there is a fun camp for every kid, no matter their particular interests. 

 

Georgetown, TX residents get special pricing for the city summer camps, but the camps are still open to every kid who wants to participate. For full camp listings, pricing, and registration info, visit the parks and rec camp website

Staycations

When you decide to book a Georgetown staycation, you can have a great time close to home for way less money. Why spend the time, money, and hassle to travel to some distant, unfamiliar vacation spot when you get more for less nearby?

 

Georgetown offers some of the best lodging and activities for you and your family to staycation in style. Want to get into the great outdoors for your staycation? Georgetown has everything from rugged camping to glamping.

 

Want to go upscale? Some of the finest hotels and B&B’s in Texas are available close to home. When you combine Georgetown’s fine dining, natural beauty, and lodging options, it makes a staycation an attractive proposition.  

The Great Outdoors

Summer in Georgetown is a great time to get outside and breathe some fresh air. There’s no arguing that Texas has some of the most breathtaking landscapes and natural environments in the world, and Georgetown reflects that. 

 

There are plenty of options for everyone to get outside and get into nature thanks to a wide variety of accessible trails, parks and other activities in the city. Whether you prefer walking on paved paths, hiking mountain trails, playing disc golf, or playing with your children in one of many parks, Georgetown and the surrounding area offers plenty of ways to get outside. 

Georgetown Living

Georgetown is growing fast these days, and it’s not surprising to people who know the city well.

 

Neighbors are still neighbors here. Restaurants are busy, but not so packed that you can’t find a table. It’s the little things like clean parks and safe outdoor spaces that are the cherry on top for families who are looking to relocate and live near Austin.  

 

Georgetown is close enough to Austin, but far enough away to still preserve the peace and tranquility of a small city. Even though Georgetown is growing at an average yearly rate of over 6%, it doesn’t feel crowded. 

 

If you’re one of the many families searching for a home near Austin, Parmer Ranch might be a perfect fit. Check out our top-tier schools, amenities, and everything else that comes with living in a welcoming community in an ideal Texas town.  

 

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