Favorite Round Rock Hikes

Are you looking for a great hiking trail here in Round Rock? We love a good hike! Therefore, we’ve put together a list of our favorite Round Rock hikes!

Joe B Freeman Park

You don’t have to go far to find beautiful Round Rock hikes. We love these serene hikes right here in our hometown. Most are paved, making them easier and stroller-friendly. We love that some of these hikes include scenic views of our beloved Brushy Creek! In other words, you can’t beat the sounds of running water accompanying you on your nature stroll.

Greater Lake Creek Trail

Lake Creek Trail

Greater Lake Creek Trail is a 2.73 mile out and back trail with access to the creek. It is good for all skill levels and is open year round. You can access the trail from Lake Creek Park, 800 Deerfoot Dr.

Brushy Creek Trail at Joe B. Freeman Park

Joe B Freeman Park

Joe B. Freeman Park has a trailhead for a section of the Brushy Creek Trail. Starting at the Big Foot sign, you can cover 3.4 miles up and back to the parking lot. There’s a paved walking path along the creek and you can find little access points along the way that lead down to the water. One of our favorite Round Rock hikes!

Brushy Creek Trail at Play for All Park

The Brushy Creek Trail at Play for All Park is a 2.1 mile out and back trail the run behind the Play for All Abilities Park. Paved for strollers and wheelchairs, this is one of the easiest Round Rock hikes.

Old Settlers Meadow Loop Trail

Old Settlers Park

This is a paved 1.7 looped trail set in a forest and is good for all skill levels. There is a disc golf course here as well. Wheelchair and stroller friendly. Kids can ride bikes or scooters along the trail and play at the playgrounds, like Virg Rabb! Another one of the fantastic Round Rock hikes!

Creekside Park to the Round Rock

Creekside Park

Starting at Creekside park, 910 Round Rock Ave, and head east towards Chisholm Trail Crossing Park (now closed for construction). If you cross Chisholm Trail Road, you will find the round rock (which Round Rock is named after) as well as some old wagon ruts! Read all about it here. You can continue down the creek bed, over the bridge towards Memorial Park (now closed for construction). One of the shortest Round Rock hikes. However, it’s also one of the most fascinating hikes here in Round Rock!

Behren’s Ranch Trail

Behren’s Ranch Trail is a 1.8 mile looped neighborhood trail with very little shade. It’s an easy trail that’s jogging stroller friendly. Behrens Ranch, Round Rock.

Chandler Creek Trail

Chandler Creek Trail is a 1 mile out and back paved trail along Chandler Creek. Easy for strollers and wheelchairs. Jester Farms Park, Bradley Ln, Round Rock.

Meadow Lake Trail

Meadow Lake Trail begins at Meadow Lake Park. The trail is 1.35 miles long.

Round Rock West Trail

Round Rock West Park

The Round Rock West Trail is a simple hike through the Round Rock West neighborhood. You can find the Round Rock West Park along this trail.

Brushy Creek Trail at Shirley McDonald Park

Brushy Creek Trail

The Brushy Creek Trail runs through both Round Rock and Cedar Park. If you start the trail at the Shirley McDonald Duck Pond, you are still in Round Rock. If you head east on the trail, you will eventually end up in Cedar Park. The entire stretch of this trail is 7.75 miles out and back. It is not paved the entire way, but bikes and jogging strollers would do just fine. Some of the parks you can access along this trail have public restrooms. This is the longest of the Round Rock hikes.

SW Williamson County Park

SW Williamson County Park

The trail at Southwest Williamson County Park is 2 miles long. This park also features the Cedar Rock Railroad and the Quarry Splash Pad.

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