Round Rock Park Rangers

Round Rock Parks and Recreation Park Rangers ensure a safe and positive experience for everyone,

while preserving the resources of the park system through assistance, education, inspiration and exemplary service to patrons of the City’s parks and trail systems.

 

WHAT’S NEW!

 

Join your Round Rock Park Rangers for a free informative Leave No Trace presentation

Join your Round Rock Park Rangers for a free informative Leave No Trace presentation Saturday, July 21st beginning at 10:00 a.m. at the Rabb House (151 N. A.W. Grimes Blvd). 

No registration necessary! All ages are welcome to enjoy this educational opportunity! The duration of the presentation will be approximately 60 minutes.

Rangers will speak about the Seven Principles of Leave No Trace. You will learn how to sustain healthy, vibrant natural lands for all people to enjoy, now and into the future. Every person who ventures outside should put Leave No Trace practices into action & we’ll show you how easy it is!

Meet at the Rabb House. Dress appropriately for existing weather conditions. Drinking fountains located at Play for All Park.

For dates and locations visit our Upcoming Events section.

City Nature Challenge 

Cities around the world will compete on April 27 – 30, 2018 to see which urban area has the most diverse nature and the most engaged residents. City Nature Challenge involves over 60 cities around the world including 7 metro areas in Texas.

Join Texas Parks & Wildlife, Texas Master Naturalists, the Audubon Society, and others in a fun challenge to see which city can document the most species. It is easy to participate by joining an event, or making observations on your own using iNaturalist. 

With the iNaturalist app on iOS or Android, you just take a picture of a plant or animal, and the community will help identify which species it is.
Any observation in the greater metropolitan area of each city will count during the four day challenge.
 
 
 
 
 
 

You can participate by exploring the life in your backyard, in your local park, or on a field trip with your local naturalist group.

 

Click here for more information!