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Round Rock
231 E. Main St Suite 150
Round Rock , TX 78664
512.218.7023
www.sportscapitaloftexas.com/
Round Rock

Attractions in Round Rock

Centennial Plaza 
The Centennial Plaza is versatile in its purpose; the plaza features a performance stage with lawn seating, public art sculpture, community monuments, street festival venue, an amphitheater, and overlook bat-viewing area.
301 W. Bagdad Ave. Round Rock, TX 78664 


Chisholm Trail Crossing Park 
The Chisholm Trail Crossing Park provides visitors with a simulated scene of Round Rock’s historical role in the Chisholm Cattle Drive. With commemorative plaques, bronze statues and the famous ‘round rock’ itself, this park is the perfect opportunity to experience Round Rock’s history in the center of the beautiful
500 Chisholm Trail Rd. Round Rock, TX 78681 


The Round Rock Express at The Dell Diamond 
Catch a Round Rock Express game, the AAA affiliate to the Texas Rangers, or any other amateur sporting event, musical concert, or craft show a.t The Dell Diamond.  The facility features numerous amenities for fan comfort & enjoyment and is designed for amazing close-up views of the action. Fans seated on the first row behind home plate are actually closer to home plate than the pitchers mound.
3400 E. Palm Valley Blvd. Round Rock, TX 78664
512.255.2255


Downtown Round Rock
This small but thriving Downtown area is one-of-a-kind and charming. Don’t worry about parking or reservations; there is plenty of stress-free family fun for all ages. Casual, welcoming, and so laid-back, Downtown Round Rock may tempt you to kick off your shoes and join your kids in the interactive fountain.


Koughan Memorial Water Tower Park 
Koughan Memorial Water Tower Park is located near downtown Round Rock. The old water tower is a Round Rock landmark that was one of the original water towers for Round Rock. Visit during the holidays to catch the tower in its Christmas light décor!
200 Round Rock Ave. Round Rock, TX 78664 


Old Settlers Park
Old Settlers Park features more than 645 acres for events and festivals. The park is open 365 days a year and features 20 baseball fields, five softball fields, two football fields, five regulation soccer fields, two youth soccer fields, 12 tennis courts, two sand volleyball courts, one cricket field, an 18-hole disc golf course, 4 multipurpose fields, an RC plane facility, shuffle board & horseshoes, a fishing pier, a family aquatic center, 7 playgrounds, 3.13 miles of trail, rental facilities, and 8 restrooms.
3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd. Round Rock, TX 78664


Rock’N River Water Park
Located in Old Settlers Park, the Rock’N River Water Park is open over 80 days a year. This 40,481-square-foot park is complete with a lazy river, tunnel shower, water cannons, 10-foot jumping platform, rock-climbing wall with waterfalls and a leisure lagoon. Additional amenities include tipping buckets, water geysers, a zero-beach entry play area, and cabanas.
3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd. Round Rock, TX 78664
512.671.2737 


The Round Rock at Brushy Creek
In 1851, a small town was established along the banks of the Brushy Creek. In 1854, it was given the name Round Rock in tribute to the large round rock situated in the creek, which marked a low-water crossing area for wagons and cattle. Located on the Chisholm Trail, the historic round rock was used as a crossing point for cattle drives.
654 Chisholm Trail Rd. Round Rock, TX 78681 


Round Rock Donuts 
Texas donut aficionados find yeasty heaven at Round Rock Donuts, located just under the landmark water tower in Round Rock. Since 1926, the famous “orange donuts” have rolled out of the bakery by the dozens. Opening hours are Monday-Saturday: 4 a.m.–3 p.m.; Sunday: 4 a.m.–2 p.m.; Drive-Thru (Everyday): 4 a.m.–8 p.m. 
106 W. Liberty Ave. Round Rock, TX 78664
512.255.3629 


Round Rock Memorial Park 
Memorial Park is a large centrally located community park with several historical features, a commemorative WWII torpedo and informative plaques. This linear shaped park runs along Brushy Creek and is home to geese and ducks that love to be fed from the park benches. The picnic tables and benches are well shaded by large oak trees. Trails follow along the creek throughout the whole park and lead over to the round rock, for which the city is named, and to the Chisholm Trail Crossing Park. 
600 Lee St. Round Rock, TX 78664
512.218.5540
www.RoundRockTexas.gov/ParksAndRec

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Round Rock
231 E. Main St Suite 150
Round Rock , TX 78664
512.218.7023
www.sportscapitaloftexas.com/
Round Rock

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