1. Stay and Cool Off at Kalahari Resorts and Conventions
While Kalahari Resorts & Conventions may have been voted as the “World’s Coolest Indoor Waterparks!”, they’re more than just America’s largest indoor waterparks – they’re also authentically-African themed resorts, state-of-the-art convention centers, world-class dining, luxurious spas, diverse shopping experiences, and state-of-the-art thrill rides at Tom Foolerys Adventure Park. Tom Foolerys is Kalahari’s 80,000-square-foot adventure park filled with arcade games, a climbing wall, a rope course, zip-lining, laser tag, and more! You are sure to find your idea of fun at this unique indoor theme park.
2. Catch a game (or even a foul ball) at Dell Diamond!
Catch a Round Rock Express game, the AAA affiliate to the Texas Rangers, or any other amateur sporting event, concert, or craft show at Dell Diamond. The facility features numerous amenities for fan comfort & enjoyment and is designed for amazing close-up views of the action – in fact, you can feel like you’re in the game from seats directly behind home plate!
3. Discover Downtown Round Rock
Charming, welcoming, and family-friendly. The small, thriving atmosphere of Downtown Round Rock is one you don’t want to pass. Grab your family or friends and discover the laid-back historical district. Plus, reservations aren’t required and parking is never a problem for your downtown excursions!
4. Enjoy some family fun at Old Settlers Park
Round Rock’s Old Settlers Park is the city’s crown jewel. As a well-known sports destination in the youth and amateur sports leagues, the park’s 645 acres provide ample space for all of your recreational pursuits. Play some baseball, soccer, softball, football, and more, and then kick back at a family barbecue with a game of horseshoes at one of the two pavilions. Kids can also play on the playground or cast a line in the lake nearby.
5. Indulge in traditions at Round Rock Donuts
In Round Rock, breakfast starts early – usually, around 4 am – and goes big. That’s when locals and visitors start lining up to enjoy a true Texas tradition: Round Rock Donuts. Since 1926, people from all over the country have been stopping by to give our famous yellow (or are they orange?) donuts a try. Stop in for a visit and taste a piece of Texas history!
6. Tee up for a golf game
Our two pristine golf courses, Forest Creek Golf Course and Teravista Golf Club offer beautiful scenery and are sure to make for a great, relaxing day!
7. Shop ‘til you drop at the Round Rock Premium Outlets and IKEA
Have a little extra room in your suitcase or closet to fill with shopping treasures from your trip? You won’t be disappointed when you visit Round Rock! Start your shopping day off by strolling through the Round Rock Premium outlets. This beautiful open-air mall boasts 125 designer and name-brand outlet stores so you are sure to leave with a purchase you love. You can also grab some lunch at the outlets before you head out to your next spot. If you are looking for some home furnishings, make sure to stop by IKEA. In this iconic furniture store, you’ll be surrounded by Swedish-named home decor items and furniture that will brighten up your space!
8. Hit a home run at Home Run Dugout
Home Run Dugout gives everyone an opportunity to be a baseball star. Located near the center field at Dell Diamond, this innovative batting cage experience is safe and fun for all skill levels. Practice your swing as the soft-toss pitching machine pops up the ball and sets you up for the perfect hit. See the speed and angle of your swing digitally projected on the big screen and do your victory dance! With a full bar & grill, and a view of Dell Diamond, you and your crew will be hitting home runs all night.
9. Adventure through Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World
Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World is a destination. As a museum, art gallery, antique store, and aquarium, the Shops offer education and entertainment for all audiences. Not to mention the huge selection of outdoor gear and apparel. The 120,000 square foot Round Rock Bass Pro Shop is located at the northeast corner of IH-35 and University Drive south of Westinghouse.
10. Check out THE Round Rock at Brushy Creek Crossing
Take a journey back in time with us. In 1851, a small community was formed on the banks of Brushy Creek, near a large round rock located in the middle of the creek. This round rock marked a convenient low-water crossing for wagons, horses, and cattle. Located near Chisholm Trail Street, Brushy Creek holds a piece of Round Rock’s rock-solid history.
Stop by the downtown Round Rock Visitors Center for information on events, must-see attractions, shopping, lodging and dining options. Our knowledgeable staff is ready to help you find local favorites and ensure a great stay!
Come visit us! If you have any questions please contact:
Round Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau
231 E. Main St Suite 150
Round Rock, TX 78664
Hours: Monday–Friday 8:00am-5:00pm