Parks & Recreation Department
219 Perry Mayfield
Leander, TX 78641
Driving Directions
Phone (512) 943-1920;
FAX (512)943-1930

Field and Facilities Status

December 8, 2017

Trails: OPEN

Soccer Fields: OPEN

Softball Fields: CLOSE

Disc-Golf: OPEN

Call the rain out phone message line for updates, (512-943-3366). Website is updated during business hours (Mon-Fri, 8 am to 5 pm). Phone message is updated when conditions have changed onsite during park staff hours (7:30 am to 4 pm).

Parks Facility Information

To see the parks facilities' fee schedule, click here

To make a reservation, call the Parks & Recreation Office for assistance. Office hours and the phone number are located directly to the left under 'Office Hours'.  

To see rules for safe trail use. click here


Mission Statement
Our mission is to manage and operate a system of parks that will add quality to life, build community pride and spirit, promote physical fitness and self improvement, evoke an emotional and intellectual response to connections with nature, consider long term open space needs, preserve endangered species, and improve air quality.
News and Announcements

Parks Master Plan Needs Your Input

  • 14 November 2017
  • Author: Connie Watson
  • Number of views: 1225
Parks Master Plan Needs Your Input
Williamson County is updating its Comprehensive Parks Master Plan and is seeking input from the public. The first Comprehensive Park Master Plan was created in 2001 and was last updated in 2008. The plan helps set priorities for all county parks, trails, open spaces, nature preserves and natural areas and assists the county in obtaining grants. To take the survey, click this link.

Scout Builds Dam to Fix Erosion Problem at Park

  • 9 November 2017
  • Author: Connie Watson
  • Number of views: 454
Scout Builds Dam to Fix Erosion Problem at Park
On Saturday, November 4, twenty-one Scout volunteers helped to make the Southwest Williamson County Regional Park more environmentally friendly. The park had a problem with the drainage ditch near the park entrance. The solution to this problem was to build dams in the ditch with chicken wire and fist sized stones called rip rap. Garrison Layne from Boy Scout Troop 165 organized this project.