Williamson County is located in central Texas, and its county seat is the city of Georgetown. Situated on the Edwards Plateau and Texas Blackland Prairies, Williamson County is home to the Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge, which protects two types of endangered songbirds, as well as keeps the area under control for other species of animals. While glamping in Williamson County, Georgetown should be your number one stop. Start the day off on a historic note with trips to the Historic Downtown area, The Williamson Museum, the Williamson County Courthouse, and the Palace Theatre. A tour of the Inner Space Caverns and the Gault Site are must-sees, too. If fresh air activities are what you seek, go for a bicycle ride on the trails along the San Gabriel River, or hiking in Berry Springs Park and Reserve. You can also enjoy a quick dip in the Blue Hole lagoon in the summer months or a family picnic in San Gabriel Park while luxury camping in Williamson County.