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Southwest Williamson County Regional Park Leander TexasClick thumbnail to view full-size
Sports and Recreation Southwest Williamson County Regional Park Leander TX
Hours: 7:30 am - 10:00 pm
3005 County Road 175
Leander, TX 78641
Parks & Recreation Department
219 Perry Mayfield
Leander, TX 78641
Phone (512) 943-1920; FAX (512)943-1930
Office Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Rain Out: (512) 943-3366
- Eleven Soccer Fields
- Two Softball Fields
- One Football Field with 400-Meter Track
- Eight Tennis Courts
- Six Basketball Courts
- Hike and Bike Trails
- Miniature Train Rides
- Splash Pads
- Disc Golf
- 800 Acres of Recreation
This 18 hole golf course was designed by John Houck, who has designed over 50 disc golf courses. The tree shaded course is about 2 miles long and opened August 2006.
Participants can enjoy this disc golf course for $1.00 per person for single use pass, payable at the Kiosk, or you can purchase an annual pass for $40.00 at the Park Office located within the park. Friendly advice - pay the small fee and stay off the course if it is closed due to rain or maintenance - Park Officials will fine you.
Summer League games begin middle of May. Contact Rick at email@example.com or call 512-943-1926
Wilco Tennis Center
210 Borho, Leander, TX 78641
Call and schedule your court time or lessons
8:30 am – 1:00 pm; 4:30 pm – 9:30 pm
9:00 am – 1:00 pm; 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday ~ Closed
Tennis Camps run from Monday through Friday mornings, from 9:00 a.m. to noon.
Drop off starts @ 8:30 a.m. and pickup ends @ 1:00 pm.
Cost of each camp is $135, cash or checks only, payable to “WILCO Tennis”.
Pre-registration is required. WILCO Tennis Center, 210 Borho Dr., Leander, TX 78641 Call 512-246-1807 for more information
Southwest Williamson County Quarry Splash Pad Williamson County Regional Park Leander and Cedar Park TXClick thumbnail to view full-size
Southwest Williamson County Regional Park Splash Pad
Quarry Splash Pad
Families can enjoy the splash pad for $1.00 per person; you can pay at the automated pay station located at the concession stand, with paper bills.
Pavilions are first come first serve, or you can make reservations by calling the park office at 512-943-1920 Monday – Friday from 8 am to 5 pm.
Cool off from the summer heat with water cannons, water spouts, and more. What a great place to take the the whole family!
Splash Pad Rules:
- No Glass Containers
- No Pets
- No Smoking
- No Climbing on Rocks
- No Skateboards or Bikes
- No diaper changing within 6ft of splash pad
- Diapers should have tight fitting plastic pants or swim diapers
- Do not drink from the water features
There are grassy areas to lay in the sun and a large sand box for the children to enjoy. The landscaping in the splash area is beautiful. Thank you Williamson County Parks and Recreation for designing such a beautiful area for our families to enjoy.
Friendly advice- keep the area clean, remove trash and personal items when leaving the park.
Southwest Williamson County Regional Park Hike and Bike Trails Leander TXClick thumbnail to view full-size
The Jim Rodgers Hiking Trail at the Southwest Williamson County Regional Park Leander Texas
The Jim Rodgers Trail is about 1.8 miles. This trail is a little hard to find as it is located on the back side of the park. There are two entrances; one has a small gravel parking area the trail entrance is marked with a charming cedar post entrance. This entrance can be found across from the football field. The second entrance is located across from the Splash Pad play area, with no parking. You will have to park in the parking lot near one of the soccer fields and walk along the street to gain access (there is also a cedar post maker here).
Pros and Cons—Wear proper hiking,running,walking shoes as this trail is lined with cedar clippings. Take some water as there are no water stations on this trial. This trial is great for some quiet solitude, and for those who want to enjoy nature. You will find an array of beautiful Texas wildflowers like the Tuber Vervain, Texas Thistle, Prickly Pear Cactus, and the Indian Blanket just to name a few. For the bird watchers (Audubon enthusiast) you can find delight in seeing the Summer Tanager, Cedar Waxwing, Field Sparrows, and Western Scrub-Jay, Mockingbirds, Western Bluebirds and more.
I even stumbled upon a fawn sleeping in the tall grass, and when I snapped the photo she jumped up and whaled for her mother. What a great day!
There is also a running trail that encompasses the park, winding along the baseball and soccer fields, with gravel, tree shaded pathways. (See park map).
Friendly reminder: Please clean up after your pet. I did not see any pet waste stations - remember to bring the pet waste bags and water for your dogs.
Cedar Rock Railroad Williamson County Regional Park Leander and Cedar Park TXClick thumbnail to view full-size
Cedar Rock Railroad Southwest Williamson County Regional Park Leander TX
You can ride a miniature train, known as Sophie, through the Southwest Williamson County Regional Park that takes its passengers on 1.3 mile ride through the park.
The cost is $2.50 per person and you can also reserve a train ride for your birthday, call 512-413-1705512-413-1705 for more information.
Hours are Saturday and Sunday (weather permitting) from 10 am to 6 pm.
The Cedar Rock Railroad is owned and operated by Ken and Holly Knowles, Texas Bells and Whistles.
The Cedar Rock Railroad is located at the Southwest Williamson county Regional Park on County Road 175 north of FM 1431.
What a wonderful place to live, laugh, learn and play. Williamson county is dedicated to bringing families together to share all life has to offer in the great outdoors.
About the Author:
Brigitte Thompson is a licensed Texas Realtor with Austin Texan Realty.
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