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Interurban Park
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Georgetown's Interurban Park is located on the east side of town on Seminary Street. The park has two lighted ball fields, playground equipment, pavilion picnic areas as well as an enclosed building that is available to rent for various functions.

Park Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.

 

 

 

 

Georgetown Fair

The Georgetown Fair is a long-standing summer tradition in Georgetown. The fair has home economics and ag produce exhibits, livestock shows, Sunday worship services, Queen pageant, talent contest, karaoke, ponytail contest, truck and tractor pull, motocross and demolition derby. There is musical entertainment at the Grandstand, a carnival, food vendors and so much more to enjoy. The Georgetown Fair is a combination of agricultural education, friendly competition, community involvement and fellowship.

 

 

 

 

Forest Glen Preserve is located 7 miles east of Westville. It is 1,800 acres in size and rated number three botanically in Illinois. There are four registered preserves within the park as well as a 22 acre savanna restoration area.

Walk the 105 foot long pedestrian covered bridge between the pond and the campground or climb the 72 foot tall observation tower. 

With the Vermilion River forming the eastern boundary of Forest Glen Preserve, there is boating, camping, hiking, fishing, picnicking and wildlife to enjoy. 

Early spring enjoy the Maple Syrup Open House and Pancake/Sausage Dinner. Then a little later in spring search for the elusive morel mushroom. Hop on a monthly hayride or take a leaf collecting hike. There are many sites to see and enjoy at Forest Glen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Harry "Babe" Woodyard State Natural Area

The Harry "Babe" Woodyard State Natural Area is located 2.5 miles southeast of Georgetown. The natural area's 1,104 acres consists of forest, shrubs, and cropland. It encompasses 2.2 miles of the Little Vermilion River and supports 12 state endangered or threatened species, providing habitat for 23 forest interior species. The natural area is a sportsman's dream with bird watching, stream fishing, hiking trails, and hunting.

 

 

 

 

 

Otto Newlin Shooting Range

The Otto Newlin Shooting Range opened October 1, 2014. The range is open to members seven days a week and on special occasions is available for use by non-members. The range is 50 yards in length and features six shooting stations. 

 

Range address: 6137 County Rd. 1520 E, Georgetown

 

 

 

 

Patriot Park

Patriot Park is located in the southeast corner of the Square. The Park is the culmination of a revitalization of patriotism in Georgetown. Individuals sponsored an American flag in honor of a patriot and a name plate with the honoree's name was placed in the monument. The American flags line Illinois Route 1 (Main Street) and West Street on holidays. A concrete eagle overlooks the park and a 12' x 18' American flag flies overhead. Patriot Park is the result of many volunteers' patriotism, dedication and hard work. As a result, Georgetown won the 2001 Governor's Home Town Award for volunteer efforts to promote patriotism. "The monument symbolizes that everyone is in support of the flag and the country," Former Mayor Acord.

 

 

 

 

War Memorial Park

War Memorial Park is located on West Street, just east of the Square. The Park represents a piece of Georgetown's history and is a park of honor and reflection. The Veterans Honor Roll is a black granite monument honoring Georgetown's brave men and women who served proudly and honorably in the U.S. Armed Forces. The honor roll was first dedicated on June 27, 1944. After much research by a dedicated group of citizens to ensure that everyone who should be honored are indeed honored, the Honor Roll was rededicated in 2006.

                                                                  They Will Not Be Forgotten
 

 

World War II Memorial Committee Members

Gracie Dukes-President

Charlie Dukes-President

Susan Riggle-Secretary

Pat Thornton

Dan Winland

Jerry Winland

Adam Winland

Betty Johnson

All Other Wars Memorial Committee Members

Robert Mahoney-Chairperson

Francis Ellis

Susan Riggle

Lanice Green

Evelyn Seilhymer

Wayne Lewis