Pools

Outdoor Municipal Pools

The City has three outdoor municipal pools. Micki Krebsbach, Rock’N River Water Park, Lake Creek Pool are only open during the summer season. Additionally, the Clay Madsen Recreation Center has an indoor pool open year round, and Prete Plaza contains a fountain available for splashing and play.

Children 6 years of age and younger require a guardian within arm’s reach at all times. Children 12 years and younger require active supervision at all times.  DOWNLOAD THE ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIREMENTS >

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All guests should be aware of their space and their proximity to others during their visit. Pool teams are enacting increased sanitation protocols throughout the facilities, and high touch point areas are disinfected regularly.

  • Children under 12 should be actively supervised by a responsible adult. Children 6 and under must be within arms reach of a parent/guardian at all times.

 

Rock’N River Water Park 
3300 Palm Valley Blvd.
Phone: 512-671-2737

Something Big Just Got Bigger! Come see the NEW expanded Rock’N River Water Park!  The Rock’N River expansion is complete and the park is now more than double in size with exciting new attractions for the entire family! 

Pools will be cleared 5 minutes before posted closing times.

End of Season Weekend/Holiday Hours:
Open 12:00 – 6:00 pm
(1/2 Price Twilight Hours 4:00-6:00 pm)

Sat. Aug 22, Sun. Aug 23
Sat. Aug 29, Sun. Aug 30
Sat. Sept 5, Sun. Sept 6, Mon. Sept 7

Admission:
Child (2 years & under) $5
Youth (3-17 years) $10
Adult (18-49 years) $12
Senior (50 years & over) $10

Twilight Admission: (Last 2 hours)
Child (2 years & under) $2.50
Youth (3-17 years) $5
Adult (18-49 years) $6

Senior (50 years & over) $5

Season Passes: (Good at Rock’N River Only)
  • Youth Pass $60.00
  • Adult Pass $70.00
  • Senior Pass: $60.00
  • Family of Four Pass: $225.00

Add additional dependents with proof from the same household – $10.00

Season Pass Holder Perks:

  • Access the Park 15 minutes before posted opening times (Claim your seat and avoid the lines)
  • Great value! 

Rock’N River Season Pool Pass – Your Best Option!
Child Individual, Adult Individual, Senior Individual and Family Passes are available for Rock’N River Water Park. The Family Pass is only good for families and their immediate dependents (in the same household). All Rock’N River Season Passes are non-refundable and expire on Sept. 2, 2019.  Call the Round Rock PARD at 512-218-5540 or visit our website www.roundrocktexas.gov/river for more information.

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Micki Krebsbach Pool
301 Deepwood Drive
Phone: 512-218-7090

Micki Kresbsbach Pool features multiple interactive features including: a pirate ship, crate walk, and large slide (for guests 48″ or taller) , along with multiple lanes of swim area.  Don’t miss the pirate ship at Micki Krebsbach Pool!

It’s a 26 foot long and 23 feet high water adventure for all ages! The ship includes wet and wild climbing angles, 2 slides and water cannons for major family fun.

CLOSED FOR 2021 – See you in Summer 2022!
 
1 Lane will be allocated for Lap Swim during all Rec Swim Hours
 
Admission:
Youth (17 years and under) $3
Adult (18-49 years) $4

Senior (50 years and over) $3

Group parties of 24 or more may be declined. Please contact the Parks and Rec with questions.
 

In order to maintain appropriate supervision of adults and children, established ratios must be followed:

  • 1 Adult for every 4 children ages 0-7
  • 1 Adult for every 8 children ages 8-12

Height restriction on the Micki Krebsbach Pool large water slide is 48 inches.

Rentals
During the summer swim season, Micki Krebsbach Pool and Rock’N River Water Park have shaded rental areas available for reservation during regular pool hours.

Lake Creek Pool 

800 Deerfoot Drive
Located in Lake Creek Park
512-218-7030

CLOSED FOR 2021 – See you in Summer 2022!

Admission:
Youth (17 years and under) $1.00
Adult (18-49 years) $2.00

Senior (50 years and over) $1.00

The Main Street Plaza Fountain is water conservation-friendly. The fountain recirculates and filters its own water source and has very little evaporation.

The fountain may be closed during some holidays and special events that take place in Prete Plaza.

Bring the kids and let the fun begin! While you’re on Main Street, why not try one of our restaurants and make it a day or evening of fun.

The Prete Plaza is a 14,000-square-foot plaza with a 610-square-foot performance stage, 1,075- square-foot interactive water feature, built in seating with decorative lighting, with a grass seating and lounge area, custom shade structure, custom art panels and a state-of-the-art multifunctional lighting system.

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Swim Attire Guidelines

Proper swim attire must be worn whenever enjoying a City of Round Rock public pool.  Proper swim attire is defined as articles of clothing made of materials designed for use in the water.  If you have any questions regarding what is or is not considered proper swim attire, please refer to the quick reference guide below or seek the assistance of an aquatics team member.

Proper Swim Attire: Swim trunks, One & Two Piece Swim Suit

NOT Proper Swim Attire: Athletic Shorts & Underwear

Prohibited:   Swim wear with exposed zippers, buckles, rivets, or metal ornamentation are not allowed in the water.  Athletic shorts worn over underwear are not allowed. Thong bikinis and other revealing swim wear and Lifeguard apparel are not allowed in any City of Round Rock public pool facility.

Cover-ups for modesty or sun protection may be worn in addition to proper swim attire. Aquatics Team Members reserve the right to have final interpretation of all pool rules.

Glass Containers, Alcohol and Tobacco including electronic/vapor are NOT allowed in any of the facilities.  Coolers and bags are subject to search.

Children must be 12 years or older to enter the facility without an adult.

Lifeguard Training and Employment

The Parks and Recreation Department hires over 250 seasonal employees each summer to help run our Water Park and Pools. The City offers classes to become Lifeguard certified, which is the first step in becoming part of the summer Lifeguard Team. Participants must be at least 15 years of age and pass a swimming pre-test.

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