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Bats in Round Rock, Round Rock

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  • You have to go to the new location to see the bats. Park at the Allen Boots lot and walk north on the frontage road past the last store. You will not be disappointed. 
    You have to go to the new location to see the bats. Park at the Allen Boots lot and walk north on the frontage road past the last store. You will not be disappointed.  more »
  • Unfortunately all the bats died in the extreme freeze of winter 2021. So don't expect to see any bats in Round Rock. 
    Unfortunately all the bats died in the extreme freeze of winter 2021. So don't expect to see any bats in Round Rock.  more »
  • This time of year, expect them shortly after eight pm. First all the fluttering under the bridge, then the streams of black through the sky. It never fails to be exciting. And it’s easy in and out of....  more
    This time of year, expect them shortly after eight pm. First all the fluttering under the bridge, then the streams of black through the sky. It never fails to be exciting. And it’s easy in and out of....  more »
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  • A neat place to experience a little of round Rock's history see some interesting statues and perhaps go for a walk on the old trail. Currently under construction so beware if you have little ones and also be careful the round Rock is located along a somewhat busy Street.
  • Maybe I was there at the wrong time but this place was trashed out with chain link fencing, broken up concrete, trash, etc.. After speaking to a local, he stated it was under renovation. Still, there's no denying its natural beauty. It's disheartening to see history degraded so nonetheless.
  • A lovely place to come and view some nature and history. You have to be careful of the traffic on the low bridge crossing, but it is a beautiful place to sit and watch the waterfall. Tracks can be seen in the stone from where the wagons used this as the "Chisholm Trail". There is a new walking path to the west (West Trail Gateway) that goes for a couple of miles, but as of Nov 2020, dead-end's once you pass over the bridge.
  • The rock itself was pretty cool to see. We learned through trial and error that we should not have parked to the north of the Rock at the "old Town square" businesses. This way was dangerous due to no sidewalks and blind traffic coming around the curve. Then we felt like we'd ended up in an abandoned materials site as the nice hike and bike trail project seems to have been abandoned. Be careful if you walk the trail that goes east from the rock, there are gaps in the sidewalk and we witnessed 2 people trip and fall. We even found a nice playground, with seemingly no way to access it besides this incomplete trail. Rather we should have parked to the south west at the Chisholm trail crossing park. It appears this way has more signage that explains the history of the site. Now we know. Hopefully this helps someone else.
  • One of the most beautiful towns to live in.

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