Thankful to Live in Round Rock ~ Day 11: Memorial Park
We are so very blessed to live in such a great city – Round Rock is unique in that it’s big enough to have everything that we need, but still has that small town feel. Many of you know, I started Round the Rock because I wanted everyone to know and take advantage of all the fun things there are to do here in the Rock. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I thought it would be fun to reflect on 30 things that make me Thankful to live in Round Rock.
30 Reasons why I’m Thankful to live in Round Rock
Day #11: Memorial Park
Memorial Park is hidden between Interstate 35 and Mays Blvd just north of 620. It’s a pretty little park with lots of great shade, picnic tables, and a fun playscape. But I like this park for more than because it’s a great place to go and play with the family.
Memorial Park also has memorials to those Round Rock residents who have fought for our country. There is this WWII torpedo (above) and the beautiful memorial to the Vietnam War (below).
I love that there is a place to take my children that memorializes those residents who sacrificed for our country. I love that we have a place that we can never forget their service. And for that reason, I am very thankful for the Memorial Park.
Learn more about Memorial Park here.
Just a small disclosure here – I am not receiving any financial compensation to tell you what I am thankful for in Round Rock. I am simply telling you about places, objects, & opportunities that have blessed me & my family.
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