Old Settlers Park
Old Settlers Park in Round Rock is the city of Round Rock’s prized possession. The park’s 645 acres provide adequate area for all of your leisure hobbies, and the park is well-known among children and amateur sports organizations as a venue for sporting events. After you’ve worked up an appetite playing some baseball, soccer, softball, or football, you can relax with a family BBQ and a round of horseshoes at one of the two pavilions in the park. In addition, there is a playground nearby, as well as a lake, where children can go fishing.
Homestead at Old Settlers Park, which will be located in Round Rock, Texas, will provide residents with a neighborhood that is abundant in amenities and will include a swimming pool, splashpad, pavilion, playground, pathways, and 20 acres of parkland. This prestigious property is located in the Round Rock Independent School District, directly across Highway 79 from the brand-new Kalahari Resort and Convention Center, and it shares a border with Old Settlers Park.
Old Settlers Park was the recipient of $18.2 million worth of upgrades in 2007, which were partially funded through the issue of certificates of obligation totaling $12.5 million and having a face value of $12.5 million. The park underwent extensive modifications to its existing twenty baseball fields and building of a five-field softball complex as part of the improvements that were made.
Round Rock’s Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) and Parks and Recreation Department (PRD) are important partners in the city’s effort to build and expand the Sports Capital of Texas marketing campaign. When people come to Round Rock’s parks to watch athletic events, our goal is to give them an experience that will stick with them for a long time.
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