Parks and Trails

**The Utilities and Environmental Services Department is making improvements to the drainage channel at Kensington Park. The trail be closed beginning 4/25 until further notice. For questions about the project, please contact the Utilities and Environmental Services Department at 512-218-5555.**

**Greater Lake Creek Trail behind the Clay Madsen Recreation Center
will be closed for construction of the Turtle Creek subdivision development from Monday, April 17-Friday, May 12.**

See map here.

Parks Inventory Map | Trails Information | Park Development | General Park Rules
OSP Batting Cage Rules 2015 | Pavilion Use Rules | Sports Complex Rules | Tennis Court Rules

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Round Rock has more than 30 developed parks gracing over 1700 acres and trail corridors. Old Settlers Park is the crown jewel, offering a generous 645 acres of rolling countryside for local events and festivals. Round Rock offers specialty parks including the Dog Depot Dog Park, the Play for All Abilities Park, Downtown Plazas and the Shaylah Dame Skate Park. For more information about our other parks and the amenities that they offer, visit our Parks Page. | Parks Inventory Map (PDF). Note: Not all properties represented on this map are owned by the City of Round Rock.



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. For more information on trails, visit our Trails Page.

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