Parks and Recreation

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Round Rock has thirty-four developed parks and trail corridors gracing over 1,700 acres. Old Settlers Park is the crown jewel, offering a generous 570 acres of rolling countryside for local events and festivals. Round Rock offers specialized parks, too, including the Dog Depot Dog Park, the Play for All Abilities Park, Prete Main Street Plaza, Centennial Plaza, and the Shaylah Dame Skate Park. Download Round Rock Parks and Trails Map.


The city has two recreation centers:

  • Clay Madsen Recreation Center, a 50,500-square-foot facility with two basketball courts, a weight room, aerobics classes, an indoor swimming pool, and more.
  • Allen R. Baca Center for Senior and Community Activities hosts programs for adults ages 50 and up and features an arts-and-crafts room, lunchroom, kitchen, computer lab, patio, workout room, and dance room.

Athletics and Aquatics

Round Rock provides numerous athletic leagues and programs. The city has three outdoor municipal swimming pools open in the summer and an indoor pool at the Clay Madsen Recreation Center, which hosts special events for children and swim lessons.

Kids’ Clubhouse and Camps

The Kids’ Clubhouse is an after-school program for children in grades K through 5 and open Monday to Friday from 2:45 to 6 p.m through the regular school year. Kids’ Clubhouse also offers summer camps.

Source: City of Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department