Map of bike paths / walking paths in Round Rock, TX


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Round Rock, Texas

Round Rock, Texas map area

Round Rock, Texas

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Brushy Creek Regional Trail

Brushy Creek Trail East

Crystal Falls Parkway Shared-use Path

Gilleland Creek Trail

Lake Creek Trail

Mills Pond Recreation Area Trail

Northeast Metropark Trail

North Walnut Creek Trail

Old Settlers Park Trails

Old Settlers Boulevard Multi-Use Path

Rattan Creek Park Trail

Round Rock West Greenbelt

Southwest Williamson County Regional Park Trai

TX-183A Shared Use Path




The City of Round Rock is located 17 miles north of Austin in Southeast Texas. Communities nearby include Pflugerville, Brushy Creek, Cedar Park and Georgetown.

Round Rock has over 15 miles of hike and bike trails located throughout the city. There are also trails within the local parks and nearby areas.

Brushy Creek Regional Trail

Brushy Creek Regional Trail is a 6.75-mile long paved trail that is part of Williamson County Parks & Recreation. The trail extends from Twin Lakes Park in Cedar Park to a point along Hairy Man Road in Round Rock. The trail goes past Brushy Creek Sprots Park, Brushy Creek Lake Park, Champion Park and Olson Meadows Park. It connects to the TX-183A Shared Use Path and a number of neighborhood trails along the route.

Read more about the Brushy Creek Regional Trail

Brushy Creek Trail

Within the city of Round Rock there is 3.5 miles of paved pathway along Brushy Creek. The pathway extends from A. W. Grimes Road to a point just west of Red Bud Lane.

TX-183A Shared Use Path

The TX-183A Shared Use Path runs alongside the highway for 8 miles. The path is open for bike riding, running and walking. It allows connections to several major thoroughfares and local neighborhoods, spanning between Cedar Park and Leander.

The south end of the path is located at a point south of the interchange with Brushy Creek Road. The path connects to the Brushy Creek Regional Trail at this location. The TX-183A Shared Use Path heads to the north going past E. Park Street, Whitestone Boulevard, E. New Hope Drive, E. Crystal Falls Parkway and County Road 2243.

The north end of the TX-183A Shared Use Path is located at Hero Way in Leander.

Old Settlers Park

Old Settlers Park is located on the east side of Round Rock, south of E. Old Settlers Boulevard. The park has numerous athletic fields and over 4-miles of paved and soft-surfaced recreational trails.

Southwest Williamson County Regional Park

Southwest Williamson County Regional Park is located along Sam Bass Road to the north of Round Rock. The park has paved and unpaved pathways for enjoying the outdoors and taking in some exercise.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in Round Rock, Texas

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Texas

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Texas.