The Bruce Trail goes through Georgetown.
Multi-purpose (Bicycle/Hiking) Trails:
The Town is slowly developing a multi-purpose trail system in Hungry Hollow, on old railbeds and various other locations. A citizens group called HHORBA is trying to work with the Town in planning and constructing the trails to be as environmentally friendly, safe for hikers and enjoyable for bicyclists as possible. HHORBA helped construct a one trail and three bridges with members of the Bruce Trail. HHORBA in the past has been a member of the International Mountain Bicycling Association.
Georgetown Skate Park
This facility was made possible by the co-operative efforts of the Halton Hills Community through the Skateboarders, Inline Skaters & BMX Bikers of Halton Hills (S.I.B.A.H.H) Committee and the Recreation and Parks Department. Funding was provided through generous community donations and the Corporation of the Town of Halton Hills.
It is located outside the Mold-Masters SportsPlex at 221 Guelph Street.
The facility is user supervised and is managed through posted regulations. All facility users are required to obey the facility regulations, and assume full responsibility for any personal risk or injury. Neither the Town of Halton Hills or S.I.B.A.H.H. will assume any responsibility for any loss, damage, or injury resulting from the use of this facility.
A Skate Park in nearby Acton opened in 2007. It is called The 3 Musketears Skate Park.