The Play for All Abilities Park is located at 151 North A.W. Grimes Blvd in Round Rock, TX. The park entrance is located under the railroad bridge.
The site is heavily shaded and tucked away from busy streets. The Brushy Creek Regional Trail will be accessible from the park (2012 – 2013 construction). The trail will connect Redbud Lane/CR122 to A.W. Grimes Blvd. and connects into the Greater Lake Creek Trail System.
The Play for All Abilities Park will serve the more than 100,000 children of Williamson County with an estimated 7,945 children with a disability.
The park includes several pods each intended to develop specific skills for all children including:
- Retreat Pod
- Sensory Pod-Sand Box
- Rock Band Pod
- Rolling Hill/Performance Lawn
- Sensory Pod
- All Abilities Playscape
- All Ability Swings
- Brushy Creek Village life skills area
The park is 51,000 square feet of outdoor fun for children of all abilities! Some of the playground equipment comes from Landscape Structures, Inc.