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Round Rock
Round Rock
231 E. Main St Suite 150
Round Rock , TX 78664
info@roundrocktexas.com
512.218.7023
www.goroundrock.com

Attractions in Round Rock

Sprawling parks, a picturesque downtown area full of one-of-a-kind saloons and shops, and a first-rate minor league baseball team are among the attractions in Round Rock. Whether you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the big city, a great place to get outdoors, or something a little out of the ordinary, head to Round Rock. Located just 20 miles north of Austin, it’s close enough to be easy to reach while also feeling like a place all its own. See what Round Rock has to offer below and start planning your visit today.


Centennial Plaza
Round Rock’s Centennial Plaza is an outdoor performing arts venue and public hangout spot located just a few blocks south of the downtown area. Throughout the year, the plaza hosts concerts on its performance stage and various other special events. Sculptures can be found throughout the plaza, as well as a bat observation overlook, water feature, and an amphitheater.
301 West Bagdad Avenue
Round Rock, TX 78664
(512) 218-5540


Chisholm Trail Crossing Park
Many years ago, the storied Chisholm Trail once passed through the area now known as Round Rock. Get a glimpse into this legend of the American West at the Chisholm Trail Crossing Park.

Check out the sculpture exhibit and the plaques that tell the story of the role Round Rock played in the trail’s history.
500 Chisholm Trail Road
Round Rock, TX 78681
(512) 218-5540


The Round Rock Express at The Dell Diamond
Watch the future stars of baseball and take part in a true American tradition when you catch a Round Rock Express game at the state-of-the-art Dell Diamond. The Round Rock Express, the AAA affiliate to the Texas Rangers, has fielded such notable players as three-time MLB All Star Roy Oswalt and World Series champion Hunter Pence. Baseball season runs from April through September and tickets are available on the team’s website.
3400 East Palm Valley Boulevard
Round Rock, TX 78665
(512) 255-2255


Downtown Round Rock
Round Rock’s charming downtown area is full of surprises. Italian and Tex-Mex restaurants stand alongside coffee shops and enticing bakeries like the famous Round Rock Donuts. Browse candy, clothing, and flower stores before enjoying a night out at the bars, saloons, and taverns. Whether you’re here when the sun is up or after it has set, you’ll always find something to experience.
East Main Street
Round Rock, TX 78664


Koughan Memorial Water Tower Park
The Koughan Memorial Water Tower Park is home to the town’s historic water tower, a landmark that has been around since the 1930’s. Towering above downtown Round Rock, it makes for an essential photo-op while you’re here. Stop by during the holidays and you’ll see it decorated with Christmas lights, a truly festive sight.
200 Round Rock Avenue
Round Rock, TX 78664
(512) 218-5540


Old Settlers Park
Old Settlers Park offers one of the best ways to enjoy the outdoors in Round Rock. Spanning 645 acres, the park features 20 baseball fields, 12 tennis courts, five regulation soccer fields, three miles of trails, and more. Bring your fishing rod and try your luck at the small lake or your swimming gear for a splash at the Rock’N River Water Park.
3300 East Palm Valley Boulevard
Round Rock, TX 78664
(512) 218-5540


Rock’N River Water Park
Beat the Texas summer heat at this family-friendly water park in Round Rock.

Float the lazy river, enjoy the thrills of the crazy slides, and let your kids play in the spray ground with 51 features.

The park is open from early June through late August with limited hours in early September.
3300 East Palm Valley Boulevard
Round Rock, TX 78664
(512) 671-2737


The Round Rock at Brushy Creek
See the round rock that the city of Round Rock was named after at this local landmark in Brushy Creek. In the town’s earliest history, the rock marks a low point in the creek that provided easy crossing for Native Americans, cattle drives, and wagons. Look close enough and you’ll see the imprints of wagon wheel ruts that are still visible on the exposed rock.
654 Chisholm Trail Road
Round Rock, TX 78681


Round Rock Donuts
Locals and visitors alike line up early in the morning for this institution of the Round Rock dining scene. Opened in 1926, Round Rock Donuts is best known for its famous Round Rock Donut, a Texas-sized confection that will no doubt leave you stuffed.
106 West Liberty Avenue
Round Rock, TX 78664
(512) 255-3629


Round Rock Memorial Park
Looking for a place to have a picnic in Round Rock? Head over to Round Rock Memorial Park, a verdant greenspace situated on the banks of Brushy Creek. Hike the park’s trails and that lead to the town’s famous round rock and enjoy your own escape to nature.
600 Lee Street
Round Rock, TX 78664
(512) 218-5540

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

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