Lake Georgetown is a 1200-acre lake formed on the north fork of the San Gabriel River by the North San Gabriel Dam. This spectacular lake offers four separate parks; Cedar Breaks Park, Russell Park, Jim Hogg Park, and Overlook Park. All of these parks are available for day use and include developed and primitive camping sites with showers and restrooms, RV hookups, group shelters, picnic areas, swimming beaches, boat ramps, and a wildlife preserve.
On the lake, you will find people boating, skiing, and fishing. Fishing in the area is excellent as the lake is home to Black bass, White bass, Hybrid stripers, White crappie, Channel catfish, Flathead catfish and an abundance of Smallmouth bass.
On land, you will find the San Gabriel River Trail that features 26 miles of rugged trail that winds through the juniper forest, hardwood bottomlands, and the prairie grasslands. The trail completely wraps around the lake and is open to both hiking and biking.