Cool spots in Round Rock to beat the summer heat

Looking for the perfect spot to cool off with the kids on these hot summer days? We’ve got you covered with a waterpark, pools and a hometown splash pad!

1. Rock’N River Waterpark (3300 Palm Valley Blvd.; inside Old Settlers Park)

The Rock’N River Water Park went through a multi-million dollar renovation in 2016! The park more than doubled in size, with exciting new for the entire family like a huge sprayground play area called “Splashville” that includes 51 play features, “The Quarry” adventure area featuring a 12 foot Jumping Platform and Rock Climbing Wall with waterfall, cabanas, swim-up concession lagoon and food truck circle.

More details on the Rock’N River Waterpark are available online at: https://www.roundrocktexas.gov/river

2. Micki Krebsbach Pool (301 Deepwood Drive)

Micki Kresbsbach Pool features multiple interactive features including: a pirate ship, crate walk, and large slide (for guests 48″ or taller), along with multiple lanes of swim area. Wait, what? There’s a pirate ship? Got that right! It’s a twenty-six foot long and twenty-three feet high water adventure for all ages! The ship includes wet and wild climbing angles, 2 slides and water cannons for major family fun.

3. Lake Creek Pool (800 Deerfoot Drive; located in Lake Creek Park)

  • Admission

    $1: Youth (17 years and under)

    $2: Adult (18-49 years)

    $1: Senior (50 years and over)

  • 2017 Recreation Swim Schedule

    Open Tuesday through Thursday from 1 to 5 p.m.

    Open Friday through Sunday from 1 to 7 p.m. (contingent on lifeguard availability)

4. Prete Main Street Plaza Splash Pad (221 E Main Street in Downtown Round Rock)

Bring the kids and let the fun begin! While you’re on Main Street, why not try one of our restaurants and make it a day or evening of fun. Prete Plaza is a 14,000-square-foot plaza with a 610-square-foot performance stage, 1,075- square-foot interactive water feature, and features plenty of seating for picnics and playtime.

The fountain schedule can be viewed online at: https://www.roundrocktexas.gov/departments/parks-and-recreation/facilities/downtown-plazas/

 

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