Whether you watch a Triple-A baseball game or follow pioneers’ footsteps, this city in Greater Austin offers a great Texas experience.
Discover the fascinating history and experience the entertaining present of Round Rock, Texas. It first made a name for itself in the Old West. Today, its variety of outdoor recreation makes it a fantastic destination any time of year.
Visit the eponymous Round Rock in the middle of Bushy Creek along the banks of which the town developed. See the famous limestone slab that served as an important low-water crossing marker for pioneers and Native Americans.
Round Rock played a pivotal role in the Chisholm Trail, a famous cattle route in the late 19th century. Relive this history at Chisholm Trail Crossing Park, featuring life-size bronze sculptures of steers and pioneers on the cattle drive. Learn more about the area’s history from a series of commemorative plaques.
Round Rock is the self-proclaimed “Sports Capital of Texas.” See a baseball game at Dell Diamond, home of Triple-A team the Round Rock Express. Texas native and National Baseball Hall of Fame member Nolan Ryan is an original team owner.
Go to Old Settlers Park for old-fashioned outdoor fun. Play disc golf on the professionally designed course or hit the tennis courts for a match. It has football and soccer fields, baseball diamonds, cricket pitches, volleyball courts and more.
Cool off in Rock’N River Family Aquatic Center. Float along the lazy river or race your friends down its many water slides. The massive complex has rides and pools for visitors of all ages.
Entertain younger visitors at Play for All Abilities Park. Learning and fun become one at this park, aimed at helping children of all abilities develop specific skill sets. Guide kids through special areas such as the rolling hill and sensory sandbox.
Shop for great deals in Round Rock Premium Outlets. Whether you’re in the market for clothing or homeware or something else entirely, chances are you will find what you’re looking for in one of the center’s 125 stores.
Although Round Rock has enough to keep you entertained for days, you can drive to Austin and its attractions in less than 30 minutes. Discover why the state’s capital is so popular among music lovers, art enthusiasts and foodies alike.