The Texas Hill Country meets Tuscan style at Garey House. Located 23 miles north of downtown Austin in historic Georgetown, TX, Garey House is set within Garey Park, a 525-acre public park nestled along the San Gabriel River. The venue is named for Jack and Cammy Garey, who donated their private ranch to the City of Georgetown in 2004.
The Garey’s estate was renovated to host intimate indoor functions, along with larger outdoor events, while preserving much of the property’s original sophistication. Garey House features unique ceremony and reception locations, a spacious patio, landscaped grounds and a lush event lawn that overlooks the pond.
The Great Room offers an intimate indoor option, complete with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace and doors that open to the patio. The Hall opens up to the Courtyard, allowing for flexible indoor and outdoor events. The Terrace and Event Lawn offer a picturesque backdrop for a ceremony or a reception.
Garey House has approximately 2,000 square feet of combined indoor event space, best suited for 50-80 guests. The property includes nearly 7,500 square feet of combined outdoor event space, perfect for larger events with up to 150 guests.
We look forward to being a part of your celebration!
Private tours are offered Monday-Friday, by appointment only.
Jack and Cammy Garey purchased their 525-acre property in 1966 and built their 6,500 square foot home for themselves in 1995. In the summer of 2004, Jack and Cammy announced that they would be donating their 525-acre ranch to the City of Georgetown, along with $5 million for park development and estate renovations. In 2008, voters approved a bond for an additional $10 million for the park’s construction, and groundbreaking took place on March 31, 2017.
Upon completion, Garey Park will become the City of Georgetown’s largest park, which is roughly 1.5 times the size of Zilker Park in Austin. Amenities at the park include the Play Ranch with a playground, splash pad and rentable pavilions, the Dog Ranch, an equestrian arena, fishing ponds and more than 7 miles of hiking and equestrian trails. Garey House is an exquisite addition to the park site!