Welcome to Colleyville
What began as a farming town in the 1850s has since grown into one of the best cities to call home. Colleyville can be found five miles from the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport, giving residents easy access to international travel and a great commute into the Metroplex. The Tarrant County city covers approximately 13.1 square miles between Little Bear and Big Bear Creek and has a population of about 25,700.
Full of great shopping opportunities, Colleyville is made up of luxury neighborhoods, both open and gated, with friendly neighbors and a laid-back, country atmosphere. The city boasts spacious properties and beautiful surroundings, providing locals with parks, trails, a swimming pool, and basketball and tennis courts. Due to having one of Texas’ best school districts, it has been rated in the top 15 suburbs for families in the state.
What to Love
Conveniently located near modern amenities yet with a rural feel, Colleyville has a charming and unique atmosphere and a friendly community. Residents enjoy the peace and quiet while maintaining access to Dallas-Fort Worth and its big-city conveniences. As a wealthy community, it possesses many luxury restaurants, shops, and services.
Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping
Found in the suburbs, Town Center Colleyville boasts 34 top-service stores, retail shops, and restaurants. Home to many varied stores and entertainment, it is a great place to socialize, catch up on local happenings, enjoy beautiful scenery, and finish the whole errand list in one place. Market Street is a gourmet grocery store that provides a unique shopping experience. Bakers and florists can be found here, and the store does catering. It is a great place for exciting new culinary ideas and a healthier lifestyle.
Home to multiple experiences in one 7,923-square-foot building, The Village At Colleyville is part condominiums and part retail suites. Since its opening in 2004, the village has become a highly attractive and luxurious destination, including offices, restaurants, and shops. LOOK Dine-In Cinemas is a place of innovative technology and stellar service. Here guests enjoy a premium theater experience with state-of-the-art seating, sound, and visuals while being served delicious, freshly-made food and drinks right to their seats.
Things to Do
The location of several community activities, Colleyville’s Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration is an annual event that takes place at City Hall. From local school performances to Santa coming down Main Street, there is a lot to enjoy. The Fall Car Show driving down Main Street features free coffee, live music, and food trucks. Guests enjoy the many automobiles and bikes, in addition to giant Jenga, Connect Four, checkers, and cornhole.
Spreading over 46 acres, the Colleyville Nature Center boasts nine ponds, an amphitheater, a covered pavilion, a fishing pier, a playground, and over three miles of unpaved and paved trails. It is a beautiful place for enjoying nature, taking photos, watching wildlife, and fishing. McPherson Park includes a playground, a wildflower area, the Rock House, a biking and hiking trail, wind sculptures, open areas, three pavilions, and a splash pad. Guests can get a glimpse into the past through the historic dairy barns with replicas of the milking process.
Sparger Park boasts a playground, open play area, picnic space, multi-use trail, covered pavilion, and POW memorial. With over eight acres of land, it is a beautiful getaway speckled with trees for shade and a paved trail. Colleyville City Park spreads out over 40 acres and provides visitors with nine lighted softball and baseball fields, basketball courts, four lighted pickleball courts, a covered pavilion, an amphitheater, a pond, a multi-use trail, and a playground. It is a great place to play, exercise, enjoy nature, and relax.