Parks and Recreation
The Hutto Parks and Recreation Department is committed to the well being and increasing the quality of life for the citizens of Hutto. Through our beautiful parks, trails, events, and programs we hope to provide something for everyone. Take some time to explore the tabs on the page to learn more about what Hutto Parks and Recreation is offering! You can also follow Parks and Recreation, Downtown Hutto, and the City on Facebook for up-to-date info on what's happening in our community.

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Parks and Recreation News

Summer League Softball 2018 

Registration for the Summer Softball League is open! You can click the link at the bottom of the paragraph to go to the registration page. Men's League begins July 11th (Wednesdays) and CoRec begins on July 13th (Fridays). Please visit for more information about rules and regulations for the leagues.  If you have questions please call our office at 512.759.4000
                                                                                       CoRec Softball Registration 
                                                   Men's Softball Registration

Hutto Summer Youth Track Program 2018 
Registration for the Hutto Summer Youth Track Program  has been opened! You can click the link at the bottom of the paragraph to go to our registration. The track club runs from late spring through mid-summer and consists of 3 practices a week, a weekly mini-meet, circuit meets, and the regional and state meets put on by TAAF. All skill levels are welcome as our coaches will teach correct form and skills to be successful in track and field! If you have questions please call our office at 512.759.4000
Park Kids Summer Camp 2018 
Registration for the Park Kids Summer Camp has been opened! You can click the link at the bottom of the paragraph to go to our registration. We are planning a fun summer of games, crafts, wacky science experiments, field trips and more. We have changed our daily order a bit from previous years. The biggest difference is moving our field trips to Wednesdays and our pool trips to Thursdays. This was done so we can participate with the library in some of their programs such as entertainers, magicians, animal trainers and more! If you have questions about camp please call our office at 512.759.4000

Tree Sale Prices Lowered!
We have trees left over from our Arbor Day Tree Sale that need to go to good homes! Prices have been lowered to $20 a tree and we've waived the limit per customer. So get your trees today while supplies last! Delivery is still available for Hutto Residents as well. Click on the link below to order online or give us a call at 512.759.4000

Park Naming and Planning Committee Volunteers
Parks and Recreation is looking for citizen volunteers to be a part of a naming and planning committee for our new park property. Committed volunteers will assist the Parks Advisory Board on providing recommendation to the city council. If you're interested in being a part of the committee please contact us by phone at 512.759.4000 or by sending an email to with your name and contact info. All volunteers must be Hutto residents.

Texas Arbor Day

We will be holding our annual tree sale for our Texas Arbor Day celebrations starting Nov. 3rd. We are selling trees at wholesale prices to Hutto Residents with a limit of 2 per household. Help grow the tree canopy in Hutto by clicking on the link below to view to Arbor Day special events page and go purchase your trees starting Nov. 3rd! The sale continues as long as supplies last.

Park Property Survey
We recently conducted a poll to find out how we could best develop our newest park to suit the needs and wants of Hutto residents. We want to thank everyone who contributed to the survey!

Park Property Development Survey Key Highlights:

  • 931 responses
  • Ran from 5/23 to 6/16
  • Concept 2 (sports fields) picked by 47.7% of respondents.
  • Concept 1 (passive concept) picked by 45.2% of respondents.
  • Baseball/softball/multipurpose fields was the top response at 52.8%.
  • Trails was the top choice when combining 1, 2, and 3 scores.
  • Top three activities were Hike and Bike Trail, Fishing and Enjoying Nature.

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