Lake Georgetown, Good Water Trail Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"The rugged Good Water Trail is named for the Tonkawa people, or Tickanwatic, who called this land near the North Fork of the San Gabriel River the “land of good water.”
The trail winds through dense juniper stands, hardwood bottomlands, and prairie grasslands, often along the limestone cliffs that border Lake Georgetown, which was constructed by the Corps of Engineers for flood control. The lake also serves as the water supply for Georgetown and Round Rock."