Bowman Park is a beautiful park that spreads across 8.54 acres of land. This park is conveniently located off of East Bowman Road, and provides its visitor with easy access parking. Bowman offers runners, walkers, and bike riders with a 0.25 mile trail that circles around the playscape area.
Buck Egger Park is a community park that is 3.08 acres. This park is located conveniently off Mays Street near downtown Round Rock. Buck Egger offers park goers parking with easy access to the playground area. In addition, Buck Egger has an artificial turf football practice field that is open to the public.
Chisholm Trail Crossing is conveniently located off of Chisholm Trail Road, and encompasses 1.51 acres of land. There is parking available near the entrance of the park. Sit and enjoy the scenery on one of the four picnic tables scattered throughout the park.
Chisholm Valley Park is located off of Trey Street and consists of 3.32 acres of land. This neighborhood park provides families and athletes in the community with a 0.35 mile trail. The open practice field offers visitors plenty of space for running, playing, and a variety of games. Chisholm Valley Park is equipped with modernized playscape for children of all ages to enjoy. Other amenities include a picnic shelter, picnic tables, grills, and a drinking fountain.
Frontier Park is conveniently located off Frontier Trail and stretches across 6.97 acres of land. The neighborhood park is made up of 0.25 miles of trail for those looking for a morning or evening stroll, run, or bike ride. Frontier Park also is equipped with a basketball court, two tennis courts, and an open practice field for the community to enjoy.
Greenlawn Park is located at the north end of Greenlawn Boulevard. This Round Rock community park stretches across 7.13 acres of land, and is made up of 0.25 miles of trail. Greenlawn is beautifully sculpted and provides visitors with a view the body of water that runs through the park.
High Country Park encompasses 10.18 acres of land, and is conveniently located off of Flower Hill Drive. This peaceful neighborhood park is great for a late afternoon trip with the kiddos. High Country offers a full basketball court for those looking for a quick game.
Kinningham Park is a 6.60 acre Round Rock community park. This park is part of the Kinningham property, where Kinningham House still sits and serves the community. On site there is a large open practice field for park goers to engage in a variety of games. Kinningham Park provides a number of shaded picnic tables, benches, and barbecue grills that overlook the playscape area. There is also a drinking fountain located near the playscape, along with restrooms and convenient parking spaces.
Park goers can also cool down by taking a dip in Lake Creek Pool which is only a few steps away. Bring the dog along, because he/she can run and play at the Dog Depot Dog Park. Other amenities include convenient parking, restroom facilities, picnic tables, grills, drinking fountains, playscapes, and a great view of Lake Creek.
Meadow Lake Park is a larger Round Rock community park that stretches across 76.50 acres of land. This park rests along the reservoir, which provides for a beautiful view. The 1.35 miles of trail welcomes runners, walkers, and bikers looking for a stroll or a quick workout.
Mesa Village Park is a neighborhood park that stretches across 5.02 acres of land. It offers park visitors 0.38 miles of concrete trail for walking, running, or biking. Mesa Village provides the community with a regular practice field along with a practice soccer field.
Andrew J. Palm House Historical Marker Round Rock, Texas Palm House Museum down town - at 208 E Main Round Rock, Texas: Marker Text With his mother and brothers, Andrew J. Palm (1839-1928) migrated to Texas from Sweden in 1853. They settled about three miles north of Round Rock at Palm Valley, where Palm built this residence about 1873.
Old Settlers Park is also a place to congregate outside, barbeque and have a game of horseshoes at one of the two pavilions. Please go to the Rental Facilities page for more information on park pavilion rentals and availability or contact the Parks and Recreation Main Office at 512-218-5540.
The Round Rock City Council stepped forward in April and authorized the remaining $300,000 needed to make the Play for All Abilities Park a reality. With the help of the community, awarded grants and in-kind donations and sponsorships from local businesses, the City was able to build a million dollar facility for $600,000.
This park includes a junior Olympic swimming pool, 4 tennis courts, a basketball court, a sand volleyball court, a soccer field and a variety of playscapes for toddlers through adults. The park also includes numerous benches and permanent barbeque pits as well as two covered pavilions available for private parties.
Season passes can be purchased in person at Rock’N River Water Park during park operating hours, or at the Parks and Recreation main office. Mastercard and Visa are accepted at Rock’N River as well as cash. No coins under $.25 (quarter) please. No checks at Rock’N River.
Shirley McDonald Park 4390 Brushy Creek Road Corner of Great Oaks Drive & Brushy Creek Road Round Rock TX 78681 Map. This 7.5 acre park known as the 'Duck Pond Park' is located on the Williamson County Regional Trail System. There is a small spring that flows into the pond seasonally.
The Quarry Splash Pad at Southwest Williamson County Regional Park is a great place for Cedar Park residents to cool off in the hot TX sun. The Quarry Splash Pad at Southwest Williamson County Regional Park is a great place for Cedar Park residents to cool off in the hot TX sun.
Round Rock, Texas, with a population of around 105,000, is located 15 miles north of Austin in the Central Texas hill country. Round Rock is the 31st largest City in Texas, according to the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau data. Major employers include Dell, Sears Teleserv, Emerson and Texas Guaranteed Student Loan.