Freeman Park is a newly developed park that now includes 40 acres of land. The park memorializes Joe B. Freeman who was a former Round Rock resident, and suffered brain damage after a tragic automobile accident. Freeman Park was a longtime dream of his mother’s, Maurine, who wanted a park that was handicapped accessible. After many years her dream became a reality with the construction of Freeman Park. This community park offers a horseshoe pitching area, pavilion, open fields, pathways, new parking lot, playscape, and landscaped areas. Freeman Park is also the trailhead for our Brushy Creek Trail System for those looking for a place to start a walk, bike, or run.