Colleyville is a city and wealthy suburb of Fort Worth located in northeast Tarrant County, Texas, United States. Located roughly 9.5 miles from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Emerging from a number of small, rural settlements along the Cotton Belt Route, it was established in the early 20th century for Dr. Lilburn H. Colley, a prominent area physician and a veteran of the Union Army. Colleyville was incorporated on January 10, 1956, and its city limits are now contiguous with those of Grapevine and Euless on the east, Bedford and Hurst on the south, Keller and North Richland Hills on the west and Southlake on the north. Although once a predominantly rural community, Colleyville has experienced significant residential development during the past decade. From a population of about 1,500 in 1960, it grew to 6,700 in 1980 and had an estimated population of 11,300 by 1989. The population was 22,807 at the 2010 census. Grapevine Highway (Highway 26) passes through its center, and many of its residents commute to Fort Worth.

Entertainment, Activities, Parks & Recreations

ENTERTAINMENT & ACTIVITIES

There are a variety of activities you can enjoy on your own or with a group. You can visit Studio Movie Grill for dinner and a movie, Bob Moore’s Sports Center for batting cages and a driving range, or Jumpstreet for the kids to burn off some energy. The Colleyville Public Library also has a full calendar of events for both kids and adults, including early childhood story time and rhythm classes, chess club, movie nights, and book club.

PARKS & RECREATION

Colleyville provides a variety of outdoor spaces for you to enjoy, whether you’re into nature, sports, or just looking for a place to play! Favorite locations for Colleyville residents include the 46-acre Nature Center, Kidsville Park for its 10,000 sq. ft. playground, McPherson Park to see some of Colleyville’s history, and City Park for its sports courts and athletic fields. Learn more at Parks and Recreation Department.

PARKS

HOURS: 6:00AM – 10:00PM
(EXCEPT COLLEYVILLE NATURE CENTER)
www.colleyville.com

Bransford Park
This two-acre mini-park contains the historic Webb House, Bransford historic marker, Lyman Whitaker wind sculptures, and open space.
405 Shelton Drive

City Park
This 40-acre community park features 9 lighted baseball & softball fields, 6 lighted tennis courts, basketball courts, concessions,restrooms, pavilion, pond, amphitheater, and a 1 mile, multi-use trail.
5205 Bransford Road

Nature Center
HOURS: 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset. This park includes 46 acres of natural refuge, nine ponds, 3.5 miles of multi-use trails, amphitheater, covered pavilion with a grill, rest benches, playground, and fishing pier.
Mill Creek & Mill Wood Drive

Kidsville
This popular destination includes a 10,000-square-foot playground and outdoor picnic areas.
5109 Bransford Road

Kimzey Park
This 20-acre neighborhood park contains a one-acre fishing pond, playground, practice backstop, open play area, multi-use trail, basketball court, sand volleyball court, and pavilion.
Melanie Drive at Atlanta Drive

 

Shopping, Dining, Health & Wellness

SHOPPING & DINING

While the city is centrally located between the major cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, it has grown to include all of the shopping and dining outlets you need within the city limits. Boutique retail shops are abundant in the Village at Colleyville and the Town Center  shopping complex. For that perfect dinner party, you can find the freshest ingredients at grocers like Whole Foods and Market Street. Eating out? There are a variety of options for any appetite including BBQ, an English pub, Latin cuisine, and multiple Italian options. You can also find several casual options for a quick lunch or a fun night with the family.

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Whether it’s preventive care or complex medical treatment, the town offers a wide variety of wellness and medical services that you and your family can trust. Fitness centers range from full service gym and spa combinations like LifeTime Fitness to specialties like CrossFit and Yoga. Options for kids include focuses such as gymnastics and martial arts.

From Pediatricians to Emergency Services, residents have access to comprehensive teams of specialists in every area. Nearby hospitals include Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in Grapevine, and Texas Health Harris Methodist in Southlake.

 

McPherson Park
Features a playground, picnic and restroom facilities, Lyman Whitaker wind sculptures, open play areas, a hike & bike trail, demonstration gardens, a wildflower area, tree farm, and the renovated Rock House.
240 W McDonwell School Rd

Pleasant Run Soccer Complex and Park
One of the premier soccer complexes in the area, this award- winning 33-acre facility contains soccer game and practice fields, picnic areas, a one-mile multi-use trail, restrooms and concession facilities.
6501 Pleasant Run Road

Reagan Park
This five-acre park contains two lighted practice softball and baseball fields, and batting cages.
709 L.D. Lockett Road

Sparger Park
This eight-acre neighborhood park features a covered pavilion, two playgrounds, picnic area, open play space, restrooms, a half-mile multi-use trail, and POW Memorial.
4301 Bedford Road

Woodbriar Park
This neighborhood park contains a pavilion, playground, an arbor and trail.
301 West Greenbriar Drive