Redbud Ranch RV Resort opens in Hutto and 3 other area business updates

The resort features 147 full hookup RV sites and 40 park model cabins along Brushy Creek. (Courtesy Redbud Ranch RV Resort).
The resort features 147 full hookup RV sites and 40 park model cabins along Brushy Creek. (Courtesy Redbud Ranch RV Resort).

The resort features 147 full hookup RV sites and 40 park model cabins along Brushy Creek. (Courtesy Redbud Ranch RV Resort).

Whether you are coming to Texas for a vacation or looking for a staycation in your neck of the woods, Redbud Ranch RV Resort is now open in Hutto. Read on to learn more about site amenities and three other area business updates.

Now open: Redbud Ranch RV Resort

Redbud Ranch RV Resort opened in January at 211 Benelli Drive, Hutto. The resort features 147 full hookup RV sites and 40 park model cabins along Brushy Creek. A grand opening ceremony will be held Feb. 1. 512-265-8000. www.redbudrvresort.com

Now open: The Springs Assisted Living and Memory Care at Pflugerville

The Springs Assisted Living and Memory Care at Pflugerville opened in January at 1020 E. Wells Branch Parkway, Pflugerville. The Springs is a full-service assisted-living facility in addition to offering Alzheimer's care. 512-256-9750. www.facebook.com/thespringsatpflugerville


Now open: Cowboys Fit

Cowboys Fit opened a location Nov. 9 at 1401 Town Center Drive, Pflugerville, in Stone Hill Town Center. Cowboys Fit, headquartered in Frisco, is a luxury gym affiliated with the Dallas Cowboys. The facility includes a cycling studio, a basketball court, indoor and outdoor pools, a 40-yard turf field and group fitness classes, among other amenities. 737-787-3777. www.cowboysfit.com

Now open: NTB-National Tire & Battery

NTB-National Tire & Battery opened in early January at 1020 E. Pecan St., Pflugerville. Business services include oil changes, mechanical services, state inspections, tire rotations and free brake checks, among others. 737-787-2684. www.ntb.com

By Kelsey Thompson
Kelsey Thompson is the reporter for Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto, where her work focuses on education, city government and community development. Originally from Upstate New York, Kelsey relocated to Austin after graduating from Syracuse University in May 2019.


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