We appreciate your patience regarding any traffic delays this may cause.**
**The Utilities and Environmental Services Department is making improvements to the drainage channel at Kensington Greenbelt. The trail will remain open at all times, but expect construction traffic in the area. Construction is anticipated to start the week of February 13th and last until mid-April. For questions about the project, please contact the Utilities and Environmental Services Department at 512-218-5555.**
**Greater Lake Creek Trail between Logan Dr. and Callison Elementary School will be closed for construction of subdivision development. Developer anticipates closure to last approximately 3-4 weeks after start of construction.** See map here.
Round Rock has 34 developed parks gracing over 1700 acres and trail corridors. Old Settlers Park is the crown jewel, offering a generous 570 acres of rolling countryside for local events and festivals. Round Rock offers exclusive parks including the Dog Depot Dog Park, the Play for All Abilities Park, Prete Main Street Plaza, Centennial Plaza and the Shaylah Dame Skate Park. Download Parks and Trails Map (PDF)
The city has two recreation centers.
- Clay Madsen Recreation Center, a 50,500-square-foot facility with two basketball courts, weight room, aerobics classes, indoor swimming pool and more.
- Allen R Baca Center for Senior and Community Activities hosts programs for adults ages 50 and up with an arts-and-crafts room, lunchroom, kitchen, computer lab, patio, workout room and dance room.
Round Rock provides numerous athletic leagues and programs.
The City has three outdoor municipal swimming pools open in the summer (including Rock’N River Water Park), and a year round indoor pool at the Clay Madsen Recreation Center, hosting Swim Lessons, Aquacise, Lifeguard Training, and Special Events. The Aquatics Division hires 200+ seasonal employees including lifeguards, pool attendants, swim instructors, cashiers, and pool management.
Kids’ Clubhouse and Camps
The Kids’ Clubhouse is an after-school program for children in grades K – 5, which runs through the regular school year and operates Monday – Friday from 2:45 to 6 p.m. Kids’ Clubhouse also offers Summer Camps!
Forestry and Brush Recycling
The Forestry Division manages Round Rock’s urban forest with a focus on education, tree planting, tree preservation, tree care and enforcement. In addition, brush recycling is handled by this division at the Recycling Center. Residents can dispose of brush and used Christmas trees that are ground into mulch. The mulch is used in city parks and free mulch is available, free, to Round Rock residents.
We have several facilities that can be rented for a minimal fee, including the Baca Center banquet room, the Rabb House, Park Pavilions and Kinningham House.
Parks and Recreation Class Cancellation and Refund Policy.
People dedicated and empowered to create a positive memorable experience in people’s lives.
Reasonable Accommodations Statement
The City of Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department will provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability. Contact 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.
Parks and Recreation
301 W. Bagdad Avenue Suite 250
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m Monday through Friday