219 Perry Mayfield
Leander, TX 78641
Phone (512) 943-1920
Fax (512) 943-1930
8am - 5pm
Reservations: (512) 943-1920
Rain Out: (512) 943-3366
Please call the Parks Department HQ at 512-943-1920 or access on-line reservations at www.wilco.org/parks
Not currently, but when River Ranch County Park opens, the Interpretive Center will have classroom and conference room space available for rent.
A deposit is not required, only the appropriate facility use fee for the type of reservation you are making.
View or download a pdf copy of our Cancellation and Refund Policy.
These are permitted with some special guidelines and advanced coordination. Please contact the Parks Department HQ at 512-943-1920 to coordinate.
All Williamson County Parks are open year-round (weather permitting) from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Berry Springs Park & Preserve is open year round from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., except for registered overnight guests.
Yes. Park rules and regulations require pets to be on a leash and under control at all times.
Only service animals are allowed in the Quarry Splash Pad.
Please pick up after your pet.
Berry Springs Park & Preserve allows equestrian riders, however you must plan ahead and coordinate with the Park Manager at 512-930-0040 at least 24 hours in advance of arrival.
The Expo Center offers equestrian riding opportunities.
River Ranch County Park will offer equestrian trails once the park opens.
Yes, for all group/team practices, games and tournaments an advanced reservation is required.
We do limit field use to a maximum of 15 hours per week in order to ensure maximum playability, longevity and player safety.
Please contact the rain-out number at 512-943-3366 for current field conditions. You can also find this information at Williamson County Parks
Please contact the Parks Department HQ at 512-943-1920 for more information.
Motorized (gas or electric powered) vehicles are not allowed on the Williamson County Parks and Trails. Exceptions are made for differently abled visitors who require use of motorized wheel chairs.
Berry Springs' campsites are not designed to accommodate RV's. Tents and pop-up campers are permissible in the improved tent camping area. The primitive camping area is only designed for tents.
Expo Center can accommodate RV's
When opened, River Ranch County Park will accommodate RV's.
Eight (8) at Berry Springs Park & Preserve and River Ranch County Park
Six (6) at the Expo Center
Yes, but Park rules and regulations do require pets to be on a leash and under control at all times.
There is a 14-day stay limit, per month. Please contact the Parks Department HQ at 512-943-1920 for further information.
Not required, but highly recommended, especially if you intend to camp on a weekend or holiday.
All park fees are listed here: Park Fees
Due to the risk of introducing unwanted pests and other diseases to the park landscape, we strongly urge you to obtain your firewood from our on-site supply (modest donation accepted).
Check-in is at 2pm and check-out is at 12 noon at Berry Springs Park & Preserve and River Ranch County Park
At the Expo Center, check-in is at 8am on day of arrival and check-out time is 8pm on day of departure.
Parks users are only allowed to walk, jog or run on the track.
Bicylces, strollers and other devices are prohibited in order to keep from damaging the track surface.
Pets are prohibited on the track and football field.
Instructors, trainers, professional photographers, and any others who wish to use parks and trails for private business ventures must adhere to the Commercial Use Activities. Please contact the Park HQ at 512-943-1920 for more information.
No. Parks and trails are regulated by the Antiquities Code of Texas. As such, any unauthorized digging is prohibited by law.
In those cases when something of value may have been lost (heirloom, jewelry, keys, etc.), please contact the Park HQ at 512-943-1920 to coordinate an appropriate search.
No. For safety reasons, Park rules and regulations prohibit these activities in or over any Williamson County Park or Trail.
No. Fireworks are not permitted in Williamson County Parks and Trails.
Yes, but please limit treats to a handful of grass or hay and not anything else. Our "fitness trainer" said the donkeys need to watch their health too.