Trailblazing in Round Rock? Lace up, clip in, and hit the ground running!

View of Round Rock's Brushy Creek Trail east entrance

We are home to over 20 miles of developed hike and bike trails, with plans to extend and connect existing trails so you’ll be able to cycle, walk, run and play from Lake Travis all the way to Hutto. That’s approximately 30 miles of continuous trail for our active Sports Capital of Texas fans and visitors!

In the meantime, get moving at Round Rock’s Play for All Park and hit the trail heading west, or start at the trail head at Hairy Man Road for a westbound 7-mile stretch to Twin Lakes Park. Trailblazing towards the future, the fifth phase of the trail will extend the trail from Hairy Man Road eastward, and connect to the planned Bathing Beach Park near Round Rock’s namesake landmark on the Chisholm Trail. Check out the short video below for a guided Round Rock trails tour and some awesome trail hacks!

The Brushy Creek Regional Trail System, designated as a National Recreational Trail by the National Parks Service in 2004, meanders in phases along Brushy Creek, with several segments in Round Rock. Long range county and city plans for the trails system not only include connecting trails, but providing open space for population growth and excitement for these quality of life amenities Central Texas is known for. For a detailed map of trails and parks in Round Rock, click here.