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Things you should know about Hutto, TX
Hutto has consistently appeared on “Best of” lists, giving it a reputation as one of the best suburbs in America, and one of the best places to raise a family. It’s also appeared on multiple lists as an ideal spot for young couples and young professionals due to its proximity to almost endless career opportunities, as well as bars, restaurants, and affordable housing. As a result, Hutto’s growth is fueled by driven millennials from all over the country.
This year, Hutto is home to KOKEFEST, a two-day country music festival featuring bands from around Texas and beyond. There’s also endless opportunities for shopping and a wide selection of bars and restaurants in this small city of 25,000.
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For anyone who considers themselves an enthusiast of the great outdoors, Hutto doesn’t disappoint in this area either. Here are some of the cool opportunities you’ll find right in your backyard, if you relocate to Hutto, TX:
Fritz Park – Fritz Park has been one the central parks of Hutto for a long time. It’s the home of the Parks and Recreation office building. Holstrom Field and the Old Hippo Stadium, which have undergone complete new construction, call Fritz Park home. It also hosts part of the trail system of Hutto connecting under Highway 79 to Creekside Park.
Hutto Lake Park – A scenic park nestled near Lakeside Estates subdivision, Hutto Lake Park has beautiful walking trails and a scenic lake that includes fishing and more. It's a little piece of nature in our own backyard. It hosts several city events, including Get Outdoors Hutto in the fall.
Cottonwood Trail – The Cottonwood Trail is approximately 3.2 miles in length. In 2005, the trail originated in Fritz Park (400 Park Street, Hutto, Texas 78634) and connected to Creekside Park (305 Orchard Way, Hutto, Texas 78634). The trail meanders along Cottonwood Creek to connect the two parks. Later, sections were added that included sidewalk pathways along Carl Stern Boulevard and Mager Lane.
The Hutto lifestyle
In historic downtown Hutto, you can shop for candy, tea, gifts, jewelry, and more at one of the many stores in the area or take in some of the historical sites. Downtown Hutto boasts buildings from the late 1800s and the early 20th century, with a signature style you won’t find hardly anywhere else. Stop by the Chamber of Commerce and buy one of those unique hippo statues you can glimpse in lawns all over the city.
Hutto is also home to a number of events at various different times during the year: farmer’s markets from March to October, a wine and beer tasting event the first Saturday of every April, a Fourth of July celebration, and events to kick off the winter holiday season in the historic downtown section, including a tree lighting and Christmas Market.