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5 Great Reasons to Live in Colleyville 

Located in the heart of Dallas/Fort Worth area, Colleyville is surrounded by many family-friendly attractions and big city amenities to give both residents and tourists a feel of both urban and suburban worlds.


Colleyville is centrally located in Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, which is highly convenient for people who frequently commute to and from the Las Colinas business center, downtown Dallas, and downtown Fort Worth. It’s also 5 miles away from the DFW International Airport, which is always great for travel bugs. 


One vital factor to consider when moving is the neighborhood. Colleyville features terrific communities, so much so that several were a part of the list of best Dallas neighborhoods. Click here to view the complete list and learn more about each one.   


  • Schedule a pamper day and treat yourself at Town Center Colleyville. It houses over 30 premium retail, service, and dining stores to satisfy your needs from A to Z! 
  • Whatever you have on your grocery list, Market Street has it! They offer fresh produce, meat, seafood, bread, liquor, and flowers, guided by experts at your beck and call!   
  • Here’s an exciting way to watch your next favorite movie! Drop by LOOK Dine-In Cinemas to see the latest movie releases while enjoying in-theater dining from a extensive selection of snacks, cocktails, and much more. What a treat! 


One of our favorite things about Colleyville is the small town feel with great neighborhoods. Depending on what you are looking for Colleyville has it al. From larger master plan communities with parks, downtown Colleyville with Townhomes and Condos and walking distance to stores, to estate size lots and tons of trees!


  • Colleyville boasts 13 award-winning parks and greenbelts. Some are Sparger Park, Pleasant Run Soccer Complex and Park, Bransford Park, City Park, and Kimzey Park to name a few. These neighborhood parks feature an open play space and playground for kids to enjoy, covered pavilions for picnics and small gatherings, and serve as a great relaxation spot, multi-use trails, and fields/courts for different sports activities. These parks open at 6:00 AM and close at 10:00 PM.  
  • If you want a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, try visiting the Colleyville Nature Center. You can completely indulge yourself with the peace of nature because of its prime location, which is far away from the main traffic of the city. The nature center includes 46 acres of natural refuge, nine ponds, 3.5 miles of multi-use trails, and a playground. Anglers will have a great time because it also features a fishing pier where they can fish with the locals. Colleyville Nature Center opens 30 minutes before sunrise and closes 30 minutes after sunset.  
  • Another must-see spot in Colleyville is the Cotton Belt Trail. It’s a regional trail that connects the cities of North Richland Hills, Hurst, Colleyville, and Grapevine. The place consists of two disconnected segments: a section running from North Richland Hills to Colleyville and a shorter section in Grapevine, where cyclists and runners can travel from Hurst and North Richland Hills to Colleyville, as well as Grapevine. The trail is shaded and rest areas bench seating are available so you can pause and relax while admiring the scenic route anytime. A multi-function drinking fountain is also accessible, both for humans and pets.   
  • Colleyville also takes pride in promoting sports  and shaping young athletes through their Youth Sports Associations. Here are the following sports associations available:  
  1. Colleyville Baseball Association 
  1. Colleyville Girls Softball Association 
  1. Colleyville Soccer Association 
  1. Mustang Panther Cheerleading 
  1. Mustang Panther Football 
  1. Grapevine Lacrosse Association (High School) 
  1. Mustang Panther Lacrosse (Youth) 
  1. Mustang Panther Youth Wrestling