500 Chisholm Trail Road
Body of Water
4 Picnic Tables
The Chisholm Trail Crossing Park provides visitors with a simulated scene of Round Rock's historical role in the Chisholm Cattle Drive. Commemorative plaques in the park tell of the history of Round Rock. The bronze sculptures of 4 steers and pioneer woman, Hattie Cluck, and her son, Emmitt, were commissioned by the City through generous donations from Round Rock residents. The sculptures depict Round Rock's history as a crossing location along the Chisholm Trail. The famous 'round rock' is near the park in the Brushy Creek. The limestone crossing is marked with ruts from the wagons that crossed while on the cattle dive.
For information about donating a bronze sculpture, visit the Round Rock Chamber of Commerce project name 'The Crossing Project'. There are also replicas of the statues and paintings available for purchase that benefit the Crossing project.