Conveniently located in Central Texas, Round Rock is the best spot for a weekend getaway.
Round Rock resides within the beautiful Texas Hill Country region and neighbors the state’s capital, Austin. Visitors have the best of both worlds, enjoying the peace and quiet of a charming southern community with all amenities and attractions of a big city.
Bring your appetite, there’s lots to try in Round Rock.
When hunger strikes, some unique Texas barbeque at Liberty BBQ or coastal seafood fares at Salt Traders are sure to satisfy. For something a little more down-home, try the farm-to-fork recipes at Greenhouse Craft Food. If a little excitement is what you crave, step up to the plate (literally) at Home Run Dugout in the Dell Diamond baseball stadium – this exciting restaurant pairs virtual reality batting cages with delicious drinks and dishes.
Enjoy sounds, sips, and sunset views.
Make sure to stop by The Ruby Hotel for cocktails on the creek and try something from their 1950s-60s inspired menu. Or, visit The Rooftop at Urban for happy hour at the golden hour with bird’s-eye views of downtown. For a little variety, pop into The Brass Tap for great live music and more than 300 carefully crafted brews.
With 125 shops at Round Rock Premium Outlets, visitors should have no problem finding the perfect souvenir. Add Ikea, Bass Pro Shops, and the local boutiques, and you’ll literally shop until you drop! Be sure to leave extra room in your suitcase for all the treasures you’ll bring home!
Round Rock has a long “to-do” list.
Catching a game at Dell Diamond with the Texas Rangers Triple-A affiliate baseball team, the Round Rock Express; exploring the art scene in and around downtown; teeing up for a game on our premier golf courses, or learning about the historic roots of this Texas town are just a few of the many attractions Round Rock has to offer.
Plus, make sure to pack a swimsuit for Kalahari Resorts & Conventions! This African-themed resort and convention center opened its Texas location in November of 2020 and boasts the nation’s largest indoor waterpark.
Round Rock is known for its green spaces thanks to its nearly 30 public parks and an average of 232 sunny days per year. This means Round Rock is the perfect place for a little outdoor exploration!
Tuck in for a restful night.
After a long day of exploring and activities, you’ll need somewhere comfortable to recharge for the next day’s adventures. Round Rock has a selection of lodging options for any budget.
Getting here is a breeze.
Round Rock is located less than three hours from four of the nation’s 10 largest cities, making travel easy and affordable. Visiting from further away? The nearby international airport is just down Highway 130 or Interstate Highway 35 and offers 350 daily flights to more than 70 domestic and international destinations.
Plan your visit and find out more about Round Rock in our free Round Rock Visitors Guide.