Cedar Breaks Park is a Corp of Engineer Park situated on a bluff overlooking Lake Georgetown. This is a small but pretty park with 90% of the spacious sites shaded thanks to lots of mesquite trees. Cedar Breaks is a clean and well maintained park with gated security — make sure you get in before 10 PM.
The bad news with this park is that the lake is not easily accessible from the campsites because the sites sit up on a steep rocky bluff above the water – so come here for the views, not for on-the-water camping.
We start the day with a hearty breakfast, enjoying the view of the lake as we eat. Then launch the boat to cruise the Lake looking for perfect water to ski. Lake Georgetown is only 1300 acres, so you can cruise the lake in less than 30 minutes. It wasn't hard to find smooth water by the dam or anyplace on the lake because there was no wind and no boat traffic.
After skiing for awhile, we watched some kids jump from the bluffs near the dam, then anchored near another bluff for lunch, swimming, and games. Lake Georgetown is completely undeveloped except for the Corp of Engineer Parks, so cruising isn't the best.
Georgetown is 15 minutes away and Austin is 28 miles south -- both have plenty to see and do. Sun City is 5 minutes from the park and they have three great golf courses. You can learn more about the nearby golf courses (location, rating, reviews, etc.) by going to the Georgetown Golf Course Map.
Georgetown Paddle Company is about three minutes away and they rent single and tandem kayaks and stand up paddleboards - and they'll meet you at the boat ramp.