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As of my last update, Tejas Park is located near Georgetown Lake, which is part of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers managed areas rather than a state park. However, if you're planning a camping trip to Tejas Park Campground, here's some important information you should consider:


The Tejas Park Campground is situated near Lake Georgetown in Texas. The address would typically align with anything under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the region.

Reservations and Fees

Reservations: Campsites at Tejas Park may require reservations, which can often be made through the Recreation.gov website or another platform designated for booking federal recreational sites. It's recommended to reserve in advance, especially during peak seasons or weekends.

Fees: The cost for camping may vary, and it's crucial to check the current rates before planning your trip. Fees could differ based on the site type (primitive, RV, etc.) and may also fluctuate with the season or during special events.

Facilities and Amenities

Campsites: Tejas Park Campground might feature a mix of primitive sites with limited amenities. Amenities might include:

  • Picnic tables
  • Fire rings or grills
  • Portable toilets or restrooms
  • Drinking water access may be limited or seasonal, so check ahead

RVs: There may be specific guidelines or limitations for RV campers, including length restrictions or lack of hookups.


  • Hiking: Trails may be available for hiking and exploring the scenic surroundings.
  • Fishing: Lake Georgetown is known for fishing opportunities, but make sure to follow Texas' fishing regulations.
  • Boating: There might be access to boating on Lake Georgetown, along with rules and regulations posted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
  • Wildlife Viewing: The area could provide habitats for various species of birds and wildlife.

Rules and Regulations

  • Fires: Check if there are any current fire restrictions before starting a campfire.
  • Pets: Pets are usually allowed but must be kept on a leash and under control at all times.
  • Wildlife: Feeding wildlife is typically prohibited and it's essential to store food securely.
  • Quiet Hours: Observe quiet hours as dictated by the campground rules.

Weather and Safety

  • Weather Preparedness: Weather in Texas can change rapidly. Always check the forecast and be prepared.
  • Water Safety: If swimming, do so with caution and follow any posted safety guidelines.
  • Emergency Readiness: Know the closest medical facilities and have a way to contact emergency services even in areas with poor cell service.


Check if there are any accessible facilities for individuals with disabilities, and whether the terrain is accommodating.

Contact Information

To get the most current information, contact the respective management office directly. This could be the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers office responsible for Lake Georgetown.

Remember: This is a general guide for Tejas Park Campground which is subject to change. For the most accurate and current information, it's advisable to contact the managing entity or visit their official website before your visit.

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