World-Class Facilities and Attractions in Round Rock, Texas

Known as the Sports Capital of Texas, Round Rock certainly lives up to its reputation. Home to state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor facilities, Round Rock is the ideal sporting destination for athletes, coaches, and sports planners alike. We invite you to host your next sporting event in Round Rock and take home the gold.

Round Rock Sports Center

Facility Spotlights
Round Rock Sports Center
Host your next basketball, volleyball, and even badminton tournament at the Round Rock Sports Center. Boasting 82,800 square feet of indoor space with 47,775 square feet of flexible, open, playable space, the Round Rock Sports Center can host a variety of indoor events.

Round Rock Multipurpose Complex

The Round Rock Multipurpose Complex is a 60 acre facility perfect for hosting any outdoor sporting event. The impressive facility is home to four natural grass multipurpose fields, one natural grass championship field, four synthetic turf multipurpose fields, and one synthetic turf championship field. These ten fields offer flexibility with configurations for every outdoor sport including rugby, football, soccer, ultimate frisbee and more.

One Of A Kind Attractions To Celebrate The Win

After winning a tournament, teammates can celebrate at Round Rock’s Kalahari Resorts & Conventions, home to America’s Largest Indoor Waterpark. From 30 thrilling waterslides to wave simulators and lazy rivers, Kalahari makes a big splash when it comes to water fun. The competition continues at the indoor adventure park, Tom Foolerys complete with escape rooms, arcade games, and laser tag.

Kalahari Resorts
Tom Foolery’s Adventure Park

 

 

 

 

 

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Nancy Yawn, Director                                             
(512) 218-7094
nyawn@roundrocktexas.gov

GoRoundRock.com

“We’re proud to be the Sports Capital of Texas for youth, amateur, and recreational
sports because we have tournament-class facilities, athlete-friendly lodging and dining, and we’re located in the center of Texas. Go Round Rock!”

 

 

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