• Pool Type Outdoor Leisure
  • Project Type Parks & Recreation
  • Project Service Design Services, Feasibility Study
  • StatusCompleted 2016
  • ArchitectKimley-Horn & Associates, Inc.


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Rock ’N River Family Aquatic Center

Round Rock, TX

round-rock-ariel-photo-courtesy-of-joe-doran-skycam-media-1 round-rock-ariel-photo-courtesy-of-joe-doran-skycam-media-3In 2003, Counsilman-Hunsaker performed a feasibility study to evaluate options for developing a new outdoor aquatic center in Old Settler’s Park. Each approach was analyzed for the required scope of work, programming benefits, and project costs. Based on the analysis of the study, the community voted to build a new outdoor aquatic center, which completed in 2006.

Over the years the facility experienced overcrowding and the need to expand had become inevitable. In 2014, the Parks and Recreation Department once again retained Counsilman-Hunsaker for a much needed expansion; making it a premier waterpark. The expansion increased the park’s capacity from 600 to 1,600 guests and was aimed to significantly improve and expand useable program space, and provide upgraded and modernized amenities for the community.

The 113,000 sq. ft. family-friendly aquatic center boasts the latest in state-of-the-art amenities including:

3,500 sq. ft. Activity Lagoon

  • Jumping platform
  • Dropslide
  • Stair entry
  • Waterfall
  • Climbing wall
  • Water features

5,000 sq. ft. Adult Pool

  • Zero entry
  • Lounging area
  • Swim up bar
  • Volleyball and water basketball
  • Three stair entries
  • Varies spray features

300 sq. ft. “Splashville” sprayground

  • Includes 51 spray features such as waterslides, tipping buckets, down jet, hose jets, tipping cones, a water curtain, water guns, and net obstaclesPublications and Awards:2017 – ‘Dream Designs’ Aquatics International magazine