Holiday Things To Do Around Georgetown

  Looking to get into the holiday spirit?  Here are a few things going on in Georgetown and Austin to help you get into that frame of mind!   Austin Trail of Lights- For 55 years now, Zilker Park has … Continued


Exploring nature through a network of trails.   Trails are an important part of the Water Oak vision. Greenbelts were identified early in the planning process and have become an integral part of how different areas of the neighborhood are … Continued

Daniel’s Park

This adorable pocket park located on the cul-de-sac at the end of Fair Oaks Drive and has so much to offer.   There are swings dangling from the trees. A kid friendly zip line. A playscape with a slide, monkey … Continued

Garey Park

                    Located less than 10 miles from Water Oak this massive 525-acre park is spectacular!  It is home to an array of fun things to do for all ages.  This precious … Continued

Winterize your Texas Home

Even though here in Georgetown, TX, we are not experiencing the freezing temperatures, snow, and ice like our friends in the northern part of the country, it is still important to make sure our homes are ready for winter.  Here … Continued

Meet the neighbors- The Stockton Family

Adam, Stefani, their two girls ages 7 and 4, and their fur baby Wilson the Yorkie moved to Water Oak in 2015.  The Stockton’s said what drew them to Water Oak was that Stefani is a teacher for a charter … Continued

Academic Excellence at Southwestern University

Just down the road from Water Oak is Texas’ oldest institution of higher learning: Southwestern University. Founded in 1840 by Methodist missionaries, Southwestern was initially a collection of four colleges scattered around the state. In 1873, the colleges were united … Continued

Preserving Historic Georgetown

It’s no secret that Georgetown is one of Texas’ most beautiful small towns. But it wouldn’t be that way without the town’s commitment to preserving its historical heritage. Founded in 1848, Georgetown was originally a rough and tumble frontier town. … Continued