“Pop Up Play Day” is coming to Lake Creek Park on Saturday, August 18 from 6 to 8pm! Join us in YOUR park for FREE water fun, family activities, music and dance food and refreshments and more. Get active fun with your Parks and Recreation team while checking out YOUR neighborhood park. We’re bringing the FREE outdoor party to you for all ages! FREE prizes will be distributed for major fun!
Boom, Bam, POP! We’re coming to your park!
If you plan on taking part in the water fun at Lake Creek Pool during the event, come prepared in proper swim attire.
Two swim sessions hosting 100 guests will take place at the event at Lake Creek Pool:
Session 1: 6:00pm to 6:45pm
Session 2: 7:00pm to 7:45pm
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.
Go to www.RoundRockTexas.gov/Pop for our entire TOUR schedule.
Born Learning Trail Opens at Lake Creek Park in Round Rock during Pop Up Play Day
United Way of Williamson County and the City of Round Rock Parks and Rec Department will hold a ribbon cutting for a new Born Learning Trail at Lake Creek Park on Saturday, August 18 at 6:30 PM. The ribbon cutting will take place during the “Pop Up Play Day” at Lake Creek Park, 800 Deerfoot Drive, Round Rock.
The Born Learning Trail is a community change strategy developed by United Way Worldwide that is designed to boost children’s language, literacy, social, cognitive and emotional skills – and encourage families to get outside and get active. Lake Creek Park is the third Born Learning Trail installed in Williamson County; other locations include Champion Park in Cedar Park and Berry Springs in Georgetown.
Comprised of ten activity stations provided in both English and Spanish, the Born Learning Trail provides opportunities for parents, caregivers and educators to use time at the park to boost school readiness of children in their preschool years. Volunteers from Atmos Energy did the work to install the signs and activities along the trail.
“We are thrilled to bring the Born Learning Trail to Round Rock to provide another engaging, fun and free learning environment that nurtures the developmental growth of all children,” said United Way of Williamson County CEO, Jodee O’Brien. “Providing creative resources to help preschoolers enter school ready to succeed is a win for our children, parents, and the Round Rock community.”
The Born Learning Trail was funded by individual donors through gifts to United Way of Williamson County and Amplify Austin.
For more information about the Born Learning Trail, visit www.unitedway-wc.org.