Use of the Round Rock Multipurpose Complex requires a reservation.  To make reservations, please call 512.341.3125.

  • Alcohol is prohibited. Non-alcoholic drinks in re-sealable plastic containers are permitted. Glass containers are strictly prohibited.
  • No metal cleats, track spikes, etc. are permitted within the facility.
  • Bikes, skateboards, hover boards, etc. are prohibited.
  • Pets, other than guide animals, are prohibited.
  • Smoking and tobacco products are not permitted in the facility.
  • No sunflower seeds or chewing gum are allowed within the facility. 
  • Fireworks are strictly prohibited within and around the facility.
  • Drones, generators, grills, etc. are not permitted within the facility.
  • All coolers are subject to inspection by RRMPC staff.
  • No soliciting of any kind is permitted within the facility.
  • Unauthorized vehicles, scooters, carts, etc. are prohibited.
  • Individuals who engage in unacceptable behavior may have their access revoked and/or be subject to further legal action.
  • Secure all valuables. The City of Round Rock and the RRMPC are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
  • In the event of inclement weather, either during or leading up to a tournament, Round Rock Multipurpose Complex staff will evaluate field conditions to ensure a safe playing environment. View our inclement weather policy on this page.

For additional information or concerns about our policies, please contact the Round Rock Multipurpose Complex staff.

*The Round Rock Multipurpose Complex has been designed and is operated for organized team practices and tournaments. It is not a walk-in membership-based recreation complex like the Clay Madsen Recreation Center.

Inclement Weather Policy

Weather Guidelines

The following information explains various weather conditions that may impact play at the Round Rock Multipurpose Complex, and how staff will proceed in weather conditions.

Inclement Weather

The Round Rock Multipurpose Complex reserves the right to cancel or suspend facility usage for games, practices and other events whenever field conditions could result in injury to players or spectators, or create the risk of damaging fields due to inclement weather. 


When lightning is detected within 10 miles of the facility, the complex will be considered closed for activity. The National Weather Service suggests that all personnel, athletes, and spectators clear the fields and take shelter in a building or vehicle. The complex will not re-open for play until all lightning has cleared the 10-mile area. The Round Rock Multipurpose Complex will make a good-faith effort to provide prompt information to user groups when inclement weather and/or inclement weather delays could potentially impact a reservation. During inclement weather, facility personnel will communicate with appropriate tournament/event organizers, as well as make corresponding announcements via the facility’s PA system when available.

For additional information or concerns about our policies, please contact the Round Rock Multipurpose Complex staff.