Georgetown and Liberty Hill are beautiful areas with many wonderful hiking trails to enjoy and learn from the land (Ranch Code #1!). We’ve picked some of our favorites to help you get out and explore some of the beautiful Hill Country landscape surrounding Santa Rita Ranch:

  1. Good Water Trail
  2. Tejas Trail
  3. Berry Springs Muy Grande Loop Trail
  4. Bluffs of the North Fork San Gabriel River

Good Water Trail | Georgetown, TX 78628


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Good Water trail is a 26.9 mile loop which is accessible year-round. It’s primarily used for hiking and is good for all skill levels. If you want to tackle the full loop, be sure to arrive early in the day. This popular trail has plenty of places to insert or exit along the way.  There are also campsites if you want to stay overnight for a good ol’ camp out!

Tejas Trail | 2101 Co Rd 262, Georgetown, TX 78633


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Tejas Trail is a 7.5 mile lightly trafficked point to point trail on a beautiful lake. This dog-friendly trail offers a number of activities and is accessible year-round! It’s perfect on a balmy day and tracks the San Gabriel River the entire route and is a quiet trail with a beautiful lake view. Folks can fish, kayak, and even mountain bike – and it’s less than 10 minutes from Santa Rita Ranch!

Berry Springs Muy Grande Loop Trail | 1801 Co Rd 152, Georgetown, TX 78626


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Berry Springs Muy Grande Loop Trail is a 2.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail on a gorgeous lake. This dog friendly trail has unpaved and paved trails, ponds with overlooks and a nice creek to relax by. Camping facilities and areas are available for free – perfect for a close-by weekend getaway!

Bluffs of the North Fork San Gabriel River | 8820 Big View Dr, Austin, TX 78730


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Bluffs of the North Fork San Gabriel is a four mile trail that’s moderately difficult. It’s great for hiking, walking, nature trips, and can be used year round. There are beautiful wildflowers and nice scenery on this trail for great photo ops or just getting out and enjoying nature.

To see more trails near the Ranch, check out our Hike & Bike trails page for the best spots for adventure with family or friends.