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Round Rock, TX: A City of Trails

  August 27, 2018

Walking outdoors is a fun, easy way to alleviate physical pain while improving your mood. Regular exercise keeps your joints moving, which helps to reduce pain. Exercise triggers your body to produce “feel-good” hormones called endorphins that reduce your perception of pain.

Studies show that being outdoors and immersing yourself in nature helps fight depression, anxiety, and fatigue while also enhancing sleep, energy, overall mood, and blood circulation.

We’ve compiled a list of recommended trails that, cumulatively, provide 20 miles of hiking or biking in Round Rock!

Bradford Park Trail

Bradford Park is a beautiful neighborhood park located at 2615 Andres Way. Take a 0.30-mile walk around the pond and enjoy amenities including picnic tables, barbeque grills, a drinking fountain, and a playground for the kids.

Meadow Lake Trail

Meadow Lake Park is a larger Round Rock community park located at 2901 Settlement Drive. This almost 1.5-mile trail meanders along the reservoir, revealing stunning views. Meadow Lake Park also offers horseshoe games, picnic tables, barbeque grills, and a playground.

Memorial Park Trail

Memorial Park is a cool, shady community park located at 600 North Lee Street. See the legendary “Round Rock” as you follow the trail a little over half of a mile alongside Brushy Creek. You will also find a softball field, picnic tables, grills, and drinking fountains.

Old Settlers Park Trail

Old Settlers Park is the City of Round Rock’s largest park, located at 3300 East Palm Valley Boulevard. Old Settlers Park offers a little over three miles of trail that brings you through a large portion of the park. Park amenities include various sports fields and courts, large pavilions, a new playground, and, if you’re looking for summer fun, Rock’N River Water Park is located within Old Settlers Park.

Rock Hollow Park Trail

Rock Hollow Park is a neighborhood park surrounding a peaceful body of water at 1415 Apollo Circle. Enjoy a brief 0.5-mile paved trail around the park and then stop for an afternoon picnic and take advantage of the two different playground areas.

Contact Texas Pain Management Institute

If you’re experiencing significant pain and/or prolonged pain, it is best to visit with a specialist at Texas Pain Management Institute. Offering medical management and interventional pain management options, TPMI physicians will help you get back to a healthy and happy lifestyle. Schedule an appointment in Round Rock, TX, today.

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