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The Randy Morrow Trail was formerly known as the North San Gabriel River Trail as it parallels the north bank of the waterway for much of its route. In 2013, it was renamed after city’s first Parks and Recreation director.
The paved pathway is part of a system of trails throughout Georgetown and, on its eastern end, connects to the San Gabriel Park Trail, a crushed stone loop through the 180-acre park. From San Gabriel Park, the Randy Morrow Trail heads west and then northwest on a route largely shaded by trees.
After passing under I-35, the trail winds through Rivery Park, where you'll find a large playground for the kids, fishing in the pond, and grills and tables for picnicking.
As the trail continues its northwest course, you'll pass a star gazing plaza and a bird watching station. At its north end, the pathway travels through Booty’s Road Park and ends at the Overlook Trailhead near the shoreline of Lake Georgetown. The reservoir's clear, deep waters are popular for boating and fishing.
Adventure seekers can continue their explorations by connecting to the Goodwater Loop, an unpaved hiking and mountain biking trail that circles the lake. The trail winds through Cedar Breaks Park and Jim Hogg Park, where many outdoor amenities are available, including camping.
Parking, restrooms, and drinking water are available on the east end of the trail in San Gabriel Park (445 E. Morrow Street) and at Rivery Park (1448 Rivery Boulevard).
On its west end, parking, restrooms, and drinking water are available in Booty’s Road Park (1631 Booty’s Park Road) and at the Overlook Trailhead (500 Lake Overlook Drive). If you continue on the Goodwater Loop, parking is also available in Cedar Breaks Park (2100 Cedar Breaks Road) and Jim Hogg Park (500 Jim Hogg Road).
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