About Georgetown Texas
Georgetown, Texas has earned a nationwide name as being one of the best places to live because of their small town charm and top-notch university. The term the “Red Poppy Capital” was given to Georgetown, Texas because of the cities mass amounts of red poppy wildflowers. Georgetown’s Red Poppy Festival, held in April, attracts 30,000 visitors annually.
- Population: 52,303
- Elevation: 764 feet
- Georgetown’s Red Poppy Festival attracts 30,000 visitors annually
- Inner Space Cavern is a popular cavern to the area.
- Incredible 200- year old oak trees line Georgetown’s parks.
Winter visitors will be pleasantly surprised as the magic comes to life with the Lighting of the Square and Christmas Stroll.
Downtown Georgetown is lined with Victorian-era architecture. There are several charming boutiques and restaurants within these buildings.
Whether you enjoy golf, shopping, arts, entertainment, or culture, Georgetown has something for you. North San Gabriel River Trails offers walking, hiking, cycling, and birding. Swimming and boating can be done at Lake Georgetown. For nature enthusiasts, caverns are a huge hit. A popular Georgetown cavern is the Inner Space Cavern. Another great site to see is the incredible 200-year old oak trees at Georgetown’s parks.
People love yard sales and bargains! Treasure hunters? Pickers? You have got to see this. Garage Sales in Downtown Burnet around the Square. Love bargains? Love the chase? Come to Burnet and the City-Wide Garage Sale!
Come Buy or Sell Treasures, Antiques & Collectibles, Jewelry, Furniture, Tools, Electronics, Books, Clothing, Sporting Goods and Much More. There is something for Everyone!
Garage Sales in Downtown Burnet around the Square.
Feel the anticipation of Joseph and Mary approaching the gates, urgency quickening their steps.
Pick your way through transients, peddlers, the crippled, and aged in the town’s fringe. Experience the presence of animals as they affect all aspects of life in that time . . camels, donkeys, sheep, goats, chickens, and doves.
Explore the narrow streets to faint strains of ancient music and savor the smells of fresh goat butter, campfires, and hot bread. Then immerse yourself in the din of the marketplace; the revelers in the tavern, shouted insults to and from the Roman oppressors, merchants, craftspeople, taxpayers, and beggars all seeking money, or position, or revenge.
Search for the inn, only to find it full (as others did long ago). Then follow the trail to the cave where a road-weary couple has moved in with the animals, their place in God’s plan and secular history to be made secure on this night. For the child in their arms was the incarnation of God Himself, come to the world that all who would place their faith in Him might enjoy eternal fellowship in His presence.