Good Water Trail For Mountain Biking
The 48th most popular mountain bike trail in Texas.
Sunday 14 August 2016 04:06 GMT
North of Austin and northwest of Georgetown, the Good Water Trail is a technical 10 mile singletrack along Lake Georgetown. Overall, there are 20 miles of trails with plans to have 25 miles in the near future.
There are several trailheads located around the lake at various parks:
To reach mountain biking at the Russell Park trailhead, head north on US35 to Exit 261A, Lake G-town/Sun City/Andice/Granger/2338/Williams Dr. Turn left on Williams Dr. Go about 6 to 6.5 miles and turn left on CR 3405. Go about a mile and turn left on CR 262. Follow this straight to the park. Park on the right after you enter the first gate BEFORE the attendants gate. There is no fee to park here.
To reach the Jim Hogg Park trailhead, head north on US35 to Exit 261A, Lake G-town/Sun City/Andice/Granger/2338/Williams Dr. Turn left on Williams Dr. Go about 5 to 5.5 miles and turn left on Jim Hogg Road. This will lead you straight to the park. There is a fee to enter this park.
To reach the Tejas Park trailhead, head north on SR183. Turn right onto CR 3405. Turn right onto CR 258. Tejas Park will be on your left after the low water crossing. You must cross back over the river to get to Russell Park by hike or bike.
Overall, Good Water Trail is the 48th most popular mountain bike trail of all 59 mountain biking rides in Texas. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Good Water Trail including Barton Creek Greenbelt, Forest Ridge Park, Emma Long Trail, Buescher State Park, Colorado Bend State Park, Pedernales Falls State Park and Rocky Hill Ranch.