22 October . 2016
Get Outside Series: Georgetown’s San Gabriel Park Improvements Underway
Along the banks of the San Gabriel River, where the north and south forks meet in the heart of Georgetown, lies one of the most beautiful public parks in Texas.
In 2017, work gets under way on a major four-phase renovation designed to enhance the natural environment of this 180-acre park, graced with 200-year-old oak trees.
The first phase includes reestablishing a portion of the natural springs along the San Gabriel River, along with adding a trailhead, pavilions and playgrounds.
In the second phase, more springs and the river edges will be restored, and the area around the community center will be renovated to make it friendlier to pedestrians.
The third phase will create a green area for festivals, with space for stages and food trucks. The final phase includes improvements to the sports field, the disc golf course and the show barn.
This story from the Community Impact newspaper has more details.
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