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Southwest Williamson County Regional Park in Leander, TX

Southwest Williamson County Regional Park

Southwest Williamson County Regional Park in Leander, TXThe almost 800 acre Southwest Williamson County Regional Park in Leander, Texas, is a fun place for the entire family. This public park  offers playscapes, six basketball courts, eight tennis courts, a football field surrounded by a 400 meter track, two softball fields and eleven soccer fields. The hike & bike trails surround the outside perimeter of the developed park land. The Cedar Rock Railroad’s miniature train provides visitor’s views of  the landscapes and habitats of the park. There’s also a Quarry Splash Pad and 18-hole professional disc golf course which are discussed in more detail below. The Southwest Williamson County Regional Park is open every day from 7:30 am to 10pm. The park is located at 3005 County Road 175, Leander, TX 7864, just 2.4 miles off FM 1431.

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The Cedar Rock Railroad

The Southwest Williamson County Regional Park also features the Cedar Rock Railroad which offers passengers relaxing views of the park. The train is 25% scale size reproduction of a real train  and it takes riders on a leisurely 1.3 mile ride through the natural and wooded areas of the park.

Quarry Splash Pad

The Quarry Splash Pad at the Southwest Williamson County Regional Park is one of Williamson County’s most popular features. The Splash Pad was formed from an actual rock quarry and it uses rocks from within the quarry to create a unique and existing water park experience. The Quarry Splash Pad is on two acres and includes sand play areas, the Quarry and the Rapids which feature water jets, waterfalls and water cannons. There’s no deep water pool areas and there’s no lifeguards. At the Quarry Splash Pad there are four pavilions available by reservations, two of which are used for birthdays. The Splash Pad is open for the summer months of May through September from 10am to 7pm. The entry fee is $2.00 per person including infants.

Disc Golf

The 18-hole disc golf course at the Southwest Williamson County Regional Park was designed by professional disc golf course designer John Houck of Circular Production.    The two mile, 18-hole course, is mostly shaded which is nice during the long hot summer months. The fee to play is $1.00 per person.

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