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Williamson County Begins Park Restroom Renovation Project

  • 14 May 2021
  • Author: Connie Odom
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Williamson County Begins Park Restroom Renovation Project

Some Williamson County park restrooms will be getting needed renovations starting Monday, May 17. The main restrooms at the Southwest Williamson County Regional Park, located on the south side of the commons area, and the restrooms at Champion Park will be closed for approximately four weeks, weather permitting. During the renovation project, park visitors may use the restrooms at the tennis center and stadium at the Southwest Williamson County Regional Park, 3005 CR 175, Leander. Portable restrooms will be available at Champion Park, 3830 Brushy Creek Road, Cedar Park. For more information on Williamson County parks, go to www.wilco.org/parks

Love our parks? Get Our New County Parks Pass!

  • 2 October 2020
  • Author: Lauren Gammon
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Love our parks? Get Our New County Parks Pass!

Williamson County Parks Department launched their first-ever Parks Pass that will offer special benefits for those interested in spending time outdoors at a Williamson County park facility. The goal of the program is to encourage residents to visit County parks and reward those who are frequent users of county parks with discounts. The Parks Pass will waive some day-use fees and provide discounts on overnight camping, and pavilion rentals, among other benefits.

Williamson County Parks and Recreation Welcomes New Manager to Lead River Ranch County Park

Williamson County Parks and Recreation Welcomes New Manager to Lead River Ranch County Park

Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce the hiring of Robert Moss as the new manager who will lead operations at River Ranch County Park. Moss’s first day on the job is Friday, July 24.  

Williamson County Celebrates the Opening of the Brushy Creek Regional Trail Phase V

Williamson County Celebrates the Opening of the Brushy Creek Regional Trail Phase V

Williamson County is celebrating the opening of the Brushy Creek Regional Trail Phase V located in Precinct 1. This .9 mile segment of the trail starts near the shore of Brushy Creek at the northwest corner of the Creekside Plaza Shopping Center in Round Rock, located at Chisholm Trail and Round Rock Avenue. To watch an entertaining video created for the trail's ribbon cutting, click here.

Saturday, June 6, is National Trails Day

  • 3 June 2020
  • Author: Connie Odom
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Saturday, June 6, is National Trails Day

 More park-goers are finding time to be outdoors with their loved ones. With National Trails Day happening on Saturday, June 6, the Williamson County Parks and Recreation staff is prepared to welcome even larger crowds; however, to prevent any COVID-19 exposure, residents wanting to visit our facilities are urged to follow the safety guidelines that have been implemented. Those include keeping a 6-foot distance between your group and other park visitors, avoiding visiting the parks if you are feeling ill, using safety precautions such as warning others if you are passing on a bike, and wearing a face-covering, if able. For more details on County park facilities, please visit https://www.wilco.org/parks.

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