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 Trails and Linear Parks
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From recent public surveys, Round Rock residents have made it clear that trails are an integral part of the City's infrastructure. Today Round Rock has approximately 15 miles of built hike and bike trails. City staff are continuously working to link the trail segments together to provide more connectivity for residents. 

Trail Master Plan | Trails Map 
Not all properties represented on the trails map are owned by the City of Round Rock.

people on trail

For more information on trails in Round Rock, please contact the Parks and Recreation Main Office at (512) 218-5540. 

 Round Rock Trails Mileage Location Map with Mile Markers
 Brushy Creek East Trail 1.28 Forest Bluff Trail to Sonoma Subdivision
 Greater Lake Creek Trail 2.00 AW Grimes Blvd to Greenlawn
 Kensington Trail 0.53 1501 Gattis School Rd
 Meadow Lake Trail 1.35 2901 Settlement Dr
 Old Settlers Park Trail 3.30 3300 Palm Valley Blvd
 Round Rock West Trail 0.88 McNeil Rd to Oakridge
 Williamson County Trails  
 Brushy Creek Trail 6.75 Great Oaks Dr to US 183
 SW Williamson County Park Trail 2.00 CR 175



Linear Parks/Trails in Planning

Brushy Creek Regional Trail Gap Project


 


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