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CMRC | BACA CENTER JANUARY MEMBERSHIP SPECIAL STARTING JAN. 2nd! Purchase one of the ANNUAL membership during the month of January and receive 10% off, and a membership t-shirt while supplies last! More information HERE.
The Clay Madsen Recreation Center is a 55,000-square foot comprehensive recreation facility. Constructed in 2000, the facility is designed to provide all-inclusive recreational opportunities with a variety of features to meet the needs of The City of Round Rock community and surrounding communities. The Clay Madsen Recreation Center was named after an inspiring young man who fought a courageous battle against cancer. CMRC strives to be a safe place where children, adults and families have a safe and fun place to play, learn, develop and recreate while learning the leadership and sportsmanship qualities that Clay Madsen upheld throughout his life.
Register online now for programs at www.RoundRockRecreation.com. The Clay Madsen Recreation Center has two full size gymnasiums, a six lane, 25 yard lap pool (pool opens 30 minutes after facility opening and closes 30 minutes prior to facility closing), four racquetball courts, a cardio/weight room, meeting rooms, kitchen and game room.. CMRC also offers a variety of fitness and wellness programs.
For facility rental information, call 512-218-3220.
Operating Hours and Weight Room Cleaning Closure Times:
5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday – Thursday (Weight Room Cleaning Closure 11:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 3 p.m. 3:30 p.m.)
5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday – (Weight Room Cleaning Closure 11:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m.)
7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday – (Weight Room Cleaning Closures 11:30am – 12:00pm & 3:00pm – 3:30pm
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday – (Weight Room Cleaning Closure 2 p.m. – 2:30 p.m)
Pool opens 30 minutes after facility opening and closes 30 minutes prior to facility closing.
2022 Holiday Hours
Monday, January 17, 2022: MLK Day | CMRC Open 7am – 4pm
Monday, February 21, 2022: President’s Day | CMRC Open – TBA
Sunday, April 17, 2022: Easter Holiday | Closed
Monday May 30, 2022: Memorial Day | Closed
- 4 Racquetball Courts
- 2 Full Basketball Courts
- Volleyball Court
- Indoor Swimming Pool
- Cardio/Weight Room
- Game Room
- TV Room
- Locker Rooms and the
- Madsen Playroom (additional fees apply for childcare in the Madsen Playroom).
|2020 Membership Rates||Annual||Quarterly||Monthly|
|Combination (CMRC & Baca Weight Room Only) – Individual Adult||$160||N/A||N/A|
|Combination (CMRC & Baca) – Individual Senior||$110||N/A||N/A|
|Combination (CMRC & Baca) – Senior Couple||$185||N/A||N/A|
|CMRC offers a visitor pass for $5 per day**|
|*Children under 18 need a parent or guardian’s signature to initiate membership.|
|*Couple is defined as two people living in the same residence (one must be an adult).|
|**Visitor pass users must be age 18. Visitor must complete a membership form and provide proof of identity and residence.|
|Type||First Time Visit||After First Time Visit|
|Youth||$6 includes ID card fee ($5)||$1 per visit with ID card|
|Visitors under age 18 must have parent/guardian present to sign waiver.|
After 9 p.m., youth 12 years and under must be accompanied by a guardian 16 years or older. All members and guests must have ID cards. Replacement ID cards will be accessed at the first time visit rate of $5. Fees include access to gym, pool, racquetball courts, weight room, game room and TV room. Fees do not include classes, leagues, tournaments, events, concessions, or babysitting. All patrons must adhere to CMRC rules and staff. Please contact CMRC staff for more information on facility policies and procedures. CMRC staff has the right to remove anyone from the premises.
- Family – Persons listed on the family membership have to be members of the same immediate family, living in the same household, claimed on the two adult’s IRS tax return and are under 21 years of age. A maximum of two (2) adults can be on a family membership.
- Couple– Any two (2) people who live in the same residence.
- Senior Couple – One (1) adult over 50 years of age and one (1) other person living in the same residence.
- Adult – 21 years of age and older.
- Senior – 50 years of age and older.
- Youth – 20 years of age and younger. Youths who are 17 years of age and younger must obtain a parent/guardian’s signature on the membership form before a membership will be given.
Rock Active is your City of Round Rock Parks and Recreation Fitness Team. Rock Active means Health, Strength & Community.
We believe that Recreational Fitness is anything that involves physical activity and results in an increase in the participant’s overall health and happiness. Rock Active isn’t solely connected to the gym or the group exercise room, it can be as simple as walking on one of our great trails or playing with your kids at one of our parks. The Rock Active team is here to provide you with the courage and self-confidence to go out and enjoy your family, friends, and your community. We want to empower you to invite others to join our Rock Active community!
The Clay Madsen Recreation Center offers a variety of fitness and wellness programs to our members and our community throughout the year. See program descriptions. For dates, times and convenient online registration visit RoundRockRecreation.com. To schedule your FREE Personal Training Consultation please visit the front desk.
THE YARD IS NOW OPEN! THE YARD is a brand-new major addition to the Clay Madsen Recreation Center and features state of the art fitness equipment and amenities in a covered outdoor fitness center.
The City of Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department offers a wide variety of instructional classes for children and adults. For a full list of programs, class times and convenient online registration visit www.RoundRockRecreation.com
At Amazing Athletes, we use sports as a catalyst to meet the needs of the whole child through non-competitive, multi-sports classes designed to advance each child’s individual motor-skills and inspire future participation in physical activity. Our fun, active classes encourage children to explore and develop a variety of athletic skills. Coaches break the fundamentals of each sport-based skill down into simple steps based on each child’s age and ability. Children learn the importance of patience, teamwork, and self-confidence in a non-competitive, learning-based environment that fosters a love of healthy living. www.amazingathletes.com/naa
Amazing Athletes Tots – 2 year olds
Amazing Athletes – 3-5 year olds
Toddler & Youth Instructional Classes
The Clay Madsen Recreation Center offers a variety of instructional classes for toddlers and youth. Listed below is a summary of toddler and youth instructional classes:
Learn the Olympic sport of archery in this beginner class for ages 8 and up! Xpert Archery will shoot you straight as the skills of modern day archery will be taught through skills drills, active shooting and games. By the end of this basic course, archers will be Xperts at range safety, know their shooting limitations and be able to group all arrows on their target.
Austin Society of Karate Instructors will teach American Karate with an emphasis on self-defense, self-esteem, and self-confidence. Black uniform required after the first class and can be purchased from instructor or outside source. No refunds on uniform. Optional opportunities for advancement in the program require additional fees for tournaments and belt tests. Ages 5 – 12 years. Instructor: Austin Society of Karate.
Epic Hip Hop
Movin’ and groovin’ to the latest funky beats! Awesome cardio workouts with a new appreciation for physical fitness and fun! With basic body movements involved in the class, children will gain skill and improve their confidence. Ages 6 – 10 years.
Education through Dance, Motor Development, Gymnastics, and Fitness programs blended with numbers, colors, shapes, words, and songs for children ages 2-12, taught on-site in child care facilities and other viable locations.
Here are the recommended ages for each of the programs. Contact your student’s dance teacher for more information.
The City of Round Rock hires 200+ swimming pool personnel each summer season. The American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Course teaches participants how to effectively prevent and respond to water emergencies. Available for ages 15+. Scholarships are available. **Get Trained for $75 ($140 Savings with a Commitment to Work for City of RR. Contact us to sign up: 512-218-5540 or email@example.com)**
Sportball introduces children to the wonderful world of sports! Each class focuses on a different sport as coaches teach fundamental techniques and strive to build your child’s physical literacy. Classes are fun and high energy, and reinforce the benefits of teamwork and sportsmanship.
Analytics Robotics EV3 Mindstorm Programming
Students will work as scientists, engineers, and designers with form and function in mind. With the software and hardware, they create customizable, programmable robots and make them walk, talk, move and do whatever you can imagine with today’s technology. They are provided with all Mindstorm materials from Technics such as gears, beams motors and sensors, Micro-controllers, connectors, and the EV3 analytical programming skills that allow them to engage in competitive missions in small teams of 3 to 4.
Soccer Shots is a national, non-competitive skills program teaching children ages 2-8 the wonderful game of soccer. The developmentally appropriate curriculum emphasizes creative play, enjoyment of sport and character building lessons. The energetic and enthusiastic coaches love working with kids of all ages and will ensure your child has a blast learning soccer! The goal is simple: to leave a lasting, positive impact on every child served. Soccer Shots programs offered include:
Mini: 2 your old to young 3 year olds
Classic: older 3- 5 year olds
Premier: older 5-8 year olds
Clay Madsen Recreation Center offers swim lessons during the Fall & Spring Season. We proudly use the American Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program and offers Private Lessons and Group Classes from Level 1 to Level 5. In addition we offer classes for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and adults.
Clay Madsen Recreation Center offers a variety of tennis programs for ages 3-14. Tennis programs offered include:
Pee Wee: This tennis class for three and four year olds is a great way for a young child to improve hand-eye coordination, basic motor skills and to see how much fun the game of tennis is to play. Parent participation is required during the class.
QuickStart I: QuickStart I is a perfect first experience to tennis that’s fun, great exercise and exciting! This program uses kid-sized equipment: slower-moving and lower-bouncing balls, shorter and lighter racquets, and smaller courts. For ages 5-7 years.
QuickStart II: Using QuickStart play format, kids keep the ball in play longer, learn faster and have more FUN! This class is a great introduction to the fun and rewarding world of tennis. Emphasis is placed on learning basic movement and striking skills, as well as developing motor skills, coordination and confidence. For ages 8-10 years.
Junior Beginner: During the Junior Beginner Class, fun games and drills will be used to teach basic tennis skills. The entire court will be utilized to teach proper warm-up techniques, basic strokes, fundamental rules, scoring and tennis etiquette. For ages 11-14 years.
Junior Development: This class is for those who have shown interest in playing competitive tennis and want to play USTA tennis tournaments or improve their chances of making their school team. The emphasis of the class will be on technique, with a priority on point building to help the player be more competitive. For ages 11-16 years.
Adult Tennis: Clay Madsen Recreation Center offers a variety of tennis programs for ages 17 and older. Tennis programs offered include:
Adult Tennis Clinics: This exciting clinic is for all adult players of all levels with lots of fast paced drills and detailed instruction for players that look for that special edge over their opponent.
Adult Instructional Classes
The Clay Madsen Recreation Center offers a variety of instructional/educational classes for adults as well as fitness and wellness programs. Listed below is a summary of adult instructional classes. For specific session information, dates and times and convenient online registration visit www.roundrockrecreation.com:
YOGAlegre offers yoga classes that combine the practice of breathing techniques (pranayama), poses (asana) and relaxation/visualization with the use of Spanish phrases and vocabulary. Children ages 3-8 years (plus parent/caregiver) will enjoy a 1 hour class with songs, games, stories and other activities that will make YOGA educational and easy to practice. The environment created by a yoga class promotes the introduction of a new language that kids at this age learn easily.
The Clay Madsen Recreation Center has an indoor pool available year round. Pool opens 30 minutes after facility opening and closes 30 minutes prior to facility closing.
The Pool is available for lap swimming, water exercise, open recreation time, water aerobic classes, and other instructional classes and programs. Quarterly calendars are also available at the front desk.
*Schedules and Programming have been amended due to COVID 19. See CMRC Front Desk Team, or call 512-218-3220, for most up to date information or to book an appointment.
Aqua X Water Fitness (schedule at top of page)
CMRC Pool (schedule at top of page)
NEW! AQUA BOARDS :
Experience Float Fit—the world’s first floating exercise mat. Join a fun, effective, unique and exciting exercise class on the water! This 30-45 minute low impact class gives a full body workout with a mixture of high intensity and yoga-inspired exercises to suit all abilities. This class includes squats, mountain climbers, core, balance, stretching and more! The exercises are continually challenged by the constant movement of the water and provide levels of difficulty to suit all abilities. You will burn calories, build muscular strength, & improve balance while having fun! * Must be able to get on the exercise board without assistance. Class Maximum: 10
AQUA ADVANCE :
Prepare yourself for the ultimate “low Impact” workout. We will use selected flotation devices for suspension in water and create a challenging aerobic interval workout. Expect powerful moves and a full range of motion to improve your strength, cardiovascular fitness, and flexibility. Participants must be comfortable in shoulder depth water or deeper. This is not recommended for Non-Swimmers. Class Maximum: 20
AQUA CONQUER :
We do everything! We move from shallow to the deeper end of the pool. Balance is our purpose! Try out your strength and flexibility while using our provided equipment. Listen to fun music ,work on cardiovascular strength with repetition and fast movements with low to medium impact. Class Maximum: 20
This course is for beginner to intermediate. It is done completely in the shallow end of the Pool. This class focuses on balance , core and back training providing you a total body workout. This is low impact that integrates cardio, intervals and equipment designed for the water to reach your goals! Everyone is welcome. Class Maximum: 35
Aqua Boot Camp that offers a high intensity, athletic approach to water fitness, using gravity from land and the resistance of the water. A combination of strength training exercises, drills, intense cardiovascular work, intervals, and plyometrics. Great for students who need a new challenge and prefer hard, athletic workouts. This class moves between the shallow and deep ends of the pool as well as some deck work. Class Maximum: 20
A low impact, moderate intensity class designed to improve strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular fitness while increasing muscle tone and core strength. We welcome all fitness levels whether returning from an injury, just getting back into fitness, or those who are looking for a total body lower impact workout to add to their already existing fitness program. This class is held in the shallow end of our pool. Class Maximum: 35
AQUA FLOW & STRETCH:
Need a little more time to stretch and relax? Tired of high intensity hustle and bustle? This 45 minute class will focus on stretching, balance, relaxation and focused breath work using different styles of Pilates, yoga, ai chi and traditional stretching techniques to help the body and mind relax. Great addition to your fitness routine! Class Maximum: 30
Integrating the Zumba formula and philosophy with traditional aqua fitness disciplines, Aqua Zumba blends it all together into a safe, challenging, water-based workout that’s cardio-conditioning, body-toning, and most of all, exhilarating beyond belief. This is a shallow water class. Class Maximum: 30
AQUA CORE ENERGIZER:
High intensity class combines cardiovascular and muscle workout. The focus is to increase endurance that will challenge your breathing, core strengthening, which will help your posture and muscle strengthening by using water resistance. Some of the exercises will utilize weights, noodles, stretch bands as well as the deck and sidewalls of the pool. This class uses a blend of the shallow and deeper side of the pool. Be ready to build endurance, develop core strength, build flexibility and of course! Burn Calories! Class Maximum: 20
45 minute class where you will conqueror both ends of the pool. You will participate in a well rounded workout from cardio, core, strength and finish with a cool down. You will use floatation belts or noodles in the deeper end of the pool with a heart pumping core and cardio workout and move to the shallow end to finish off with grounded stretching. Become an Aquatic Warrior! Class Maximum: 20
Birthday Pool Parties
If you have a birthday in the middle of the winter season but want a pool party…. don’t worry. The indoor pool at the Clay Madsen Recreation Center is available for a splashing party anytime of the year. Party rental fee includes use of a 24’X19′ room for 1 1/2 hours and use of the pool from 1 – 4 p.m. on either a Saturday or a Sunday. For more information call 512-218-3220. Availability may be limited, please call for the most up to date information.
The Clay Madsen Recreation Center offers a variety of after school programs, preschool programs, day camps and sports camps for children of all ages. See below for specific information for each program.
All registrations for the Kids’ Clubhouse Program will take place at the Clay Madsen Recreation Center Administration Office, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
After School/Pre-school Site Programs
Kids’ Clubhouse Full Day Program
Download the Kids Clubhouse Flyer
With our full day program, we will work to keep your child connected with school and will help them with their daily assignments. Your children will have a safe, supervised, structured and fun environment in our program to start the school year. The full day program will take place at the Clay Madsen Recreation Center, located at 1600 Gattis School Road.
What will each day look like?
The layout of the RRISD distance learning program will determine our final program schedule. However, we anticipate the schedule will work something like the following: Students will arrive in the morning and participate in morning free time activities, the program will open for drop offs at 7am. For part of the day, your child will use their devices to complete their daily activities, connect live with their teachers for an individual and small group lessons, and finish any homework and assignments. We will guide your student through the distance learning program and will also facilitate meals times, breaks and outdoor play and activities. The counselors may not be able to accommodate all learning aspects but will assist the best we can. For the remainder of the day, we will switch to our afterschool based program where your child will have a variety activities to take part in, such as, sports, games, arts and crafts and more. The program will close at 6pm and all children will be to be pick up by that time. We will use Round Rock School District as our calendar for our program, however we will do our best to accommodate other districts online learning methods/schedules.
What is the age range?
The full day program will be available to all school aged students. Your child does not have be a Round Rock ISD student to participate.
What should my child bring to the program?
Depending on RRISD requirements, you child will need to bring a laptop, iPad, headphones, and a backpack. We anticipate RRISD will provide a list of supplies needed for virtual learning, please include these in your child’s backpack. Your child should also bring a lunch and a water bottle, we will provide a morning and an afternoon snack.
We are currently working with RRISD to be able to provided breakfast/lunch to your student using their RRISD lunch account information.
What will it cost?
The cost of the full day program will be $125 per week.
What happens when RRISD reopens to in-person classes?
When RRISD opens back up, we will continue offering the full day program if we feel that there is still a need from parents. We will also begin to offer our normal after school program which picks up from a set few elementary schools.
We did not have everything perfectly laid out at this time and we know we may need to make a few adjustments to our program and plan, but we wanted to communicate this information with parents who may be looking into their options for the fall.
You can register for the program HERE:
Gobble up some fun at our Thanksgiving camp! Every day at camp is a new adventure. The daily adventures will be filled with indoor and outdoor games, sports, cooking, arts and crafts, and field trips! Please bring a sack lunch and water bottle daily. Morning and afternoon snack is provided. For ages 5-12 years.
This program operates Monday-Wednesday: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Kinningham Park, during the established Round Rock School District Thanksgiving Week.
Join us this winter for some exciting holiday fun! From swimming, baking, sports activities, arts and crafts, field trips and much more! Each day has a special theme, so gear up and get ready. You won’t want to miss out on all of the surprises! Please bring a sack lunch and water bottle daily. Morning an afternoon snack is provided. Sign up for bundles or individual days. For ages 5-12 years.
This program operates Monday, Tuesday and Friday: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Kinningham Park during the established Round Rock School District Winter Break Weeks.
Spring Break Camp
Spring into a week of camp with us! This camp will offer a week full of games, field trips, sports, arts and crafts, swimming and loads of fun. Campers must bring a sack lunch each day. Morning and afternoon snack is provided. For ages 5-12 years.
This program operates Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Kinningham Park during the established Round Rock School District Spring Break Week.
The CMRC Playroom / Babysitting is currently closed due to COVID-19 – The Clay Madsen Recreation Center offers the Madsen Playroom for busy parents who want to stay active. For only two dollars an hour, up to two hours, parents can reserve a spot up for their children ranging in age from 4 months to 7 years. The playroom is professionally supervised, so parents can rest easy while they work out.
Hours: The CMRC Playroom / Babysitting is currently closed due to COVID-19
Ages and Space Limits
Due to limited space, the total attendance is limited to:
- 10 children — ages 4 months – 7 years
Children older than 8 are welcome; however, all activities, games, and movies will be geared towards children under the age of 7.
Space is limited, so parents can reserve their child’s spot up to two days in advance either in person or by telephone at 512-218-3220. Reservations for a child is permitted only once per day.
Children that are not dropped off within 15 minutes of the reservation will forfeit the reservation. Members who fail to comply with the reservation policy or cancel within two hours of the reservation will receive a notation on their account. Multiple violations could result in losing babysitting privileges for up to 6 months.
- Madsen Playroom costs $2 per child per hour.
- The Madsen Playroom does not issue refunds if the parent/guardian does not keep their child in the playroom for a full hour.
- If the parent/guardian does not use the full hour, the unused minutes do not “roll over” to the next usage.
- There is a 2 hour maximum for each child.
- Parent/guardian must sign child in and the same person must sign the child out.
- The parent/guardian must remain in the Clay Madsen Recreation Center.
- Children must be bathroom independent or the parent/guardian will be paged/located to assist their child in the restroom.
- Children will not be fed and diapers will not be changed by staff. Parent/guardian will be paged for immediate pick-up if changing or feeding becomes necessary.
- Children with a fever, rash or appearing sick will not be allowed in the Playroom. If a child becomes sick while in the Playroom, parent/guardian will be paged for immediate pick-up.
- Children left 5 minutes after the 2-hour maximum, the parent/guardian will be paged for immediate pick-up. Late fees will be incurred.
Clay Madsen is proud to offer this service to our patrons. Please send any comments or suggestions to Mary Hemenes.
Special needs programs for kids and adults
The Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department offers the following events focusing on active participation for children and adults with various disabilities or limitations.We strive to create equal access to recreation, to help enhance an individual’s quality of life.
ARTS & ENRICHMENT
Explore your inner artist with activities such as drawing, painting, and clay art! Experience the joy of creativity while working alongside peers and enjoying project ideas. For ages 8 years and older.
Click here to register for Art Classes
Life Skills: Cooking Series – Have fun while learning important life skills! We will discover the joy of cooking through a series of classes that focus on a different theme each session. For 13 years and older.
Click here to register for Life Skills Classes
Theatre Arts: In this program led by Joshua’s Stage, participants will have the opportunity to demonstrate their creativity, increase their self-confidence, and build their social skills while they engage in theatre arts, improv, music, dance, arts and crafts, and create-a-story. Participants will perform an original class-created play and/or mini-skits in the Showcase for the finale. A positive experience will be shared by everyone as we embrace our H.I.P.P.P. Rules – our positive behavior supports within The Creative Outlet Method.
Click here to register for Theatre Arts Classes
Holiday Camp: Dec. 30 – Jan 3 (no camp Jan. 1st)
Spring Break Camp: March 16 – 20
Click here to register for Adaptive Camps
Each month come and join us for a different activity as a park of our social connections. A variety of activities are planned for you to engage with friends, serve the community, meet up and socialize!
- January: Pizza & Karaoke
- February: Cookie Decorating
- March: Bingo Night
- April: Art in the Park
- May: Tea Party
Teen Trips explore different activities and locations around the area. You can register for one of these trips or all, whatever you like! No additional money is needed for the trips. Participants must be able to stay in a group. Limited space is available. Individuals should bring a water bottle, sack lunch and a backpack.
Click here to register for Teen Trips
UNBirthday Party – Monday, May 11, 2020 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Round Rock Parks and Recreation and Casey’s Circle invite you to the 4th annual UNBirthday Party! If you are wondering what an UNBirthday is, it’s really quite simple: Everyone has 1 birthday a year but 364 UNBirthdays. Individuals with special needs and their families are invited to the Play for All Park for an evening of fun as we celebrate our UNBirthdays together! https://caseyscircle.org
Special Needs Family Jamboree – Saturday, September 26, 2020. 9:00am – 12pm. Round Rock Parks and Recreation and Casey’s Circle are teaming up again on this free family fun event! Individuals with special needs and their families are invited to the Play for All Park to take part in a day full of games, activities, program demonstrations and opportunities to learn about Adaptive and Inclusive offerings in the area. https://caseyscircle.org
Special Needs Dances
Fun, themed dances for individuals with special needs include dress up contests and snacks. For ages 15 and older with special needs. Chaperone/caregiver free admission. Register in advance to have your name entered into our raffle drawings!
Dress to impress at this year’s Winter Wonderland themed dance for individuals with special needs. Dance the night away under a snow themed dance floor, socialize with friends, enjoy snacks and make fun memories! Chaperone/caregivers allowed free admission.
Special needs families are invited to a night full of wonder and amazement at the 4th annual family winter ball.Light refreshments will be served. Space is limited and tickets are Pre-sale only. Each family member attending must purchase a ticket.
Play for All Special Needs Easter Egg Hunt
Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department and Dell Children’s Ascension invite you to come out the Play for All Abilities Park for our 6th Annual special needs egg hunt! This is a family-centered event, focusing on active participation for children, teens and adults with various disabilities or limitations.
Spring is here! Spring on over and enjoy a dance for individuals with special needs. Spring time fun dancing, buzz around and socialize with friends, enjoy snacks and make fun memories! Chaperone/caregivers allowed free admission.
Adaptive Sports Clinics
Explore a different sport each month with our Adaptive Sports Clinics. Whether you want to improve your skills or learn the sport from the beginning, these clinics are for you. All sports will be adapted to the needs of the participant.
- January: Pickleball
- February: Basketball
- March: Tennis
- April: Soccer
- May: Football
The Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department promotes the power of choice to enhance the quality of life for individuals of all abilities. We do this by providing diverse, accessible recreation in an environment that fosters dignity, success, and fun. Through inclusion services, the department may provide reasonable staff support for those who prefer other Round Rock Parks and Recreation programs and/or activities. To request inclusion services, please call our administrative office at 512-218-5540 at least one month before the start of a program or class to discuss any accommodations that may be necessary.