Colleyville Nature Center Trail

Dallas, Texas

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This flat, wooded trail begins by a small playground and picnic pavilion and winds along a bubbling creek through a riparian forest, wetlands, and lakes. The ponds are home to an impressive variety of birds including Great Blue Heron and its smaller relative, the Green Heron, plus flocks of mallards and the forty-six-acre park’s resident gaggle of geese. Many hikers enjoy bringing their dogs along on the trail. It’s easy to enjoy a hike with Fido and still leave little impact on the environment. Most trails in this guide welcome dogs as long as they are kept on a leash. For unleashed fun opt for one of the area’s growing number of dog parks that have open spaces for dogs to romp. Be aware that some local nature sanctuaries and preserves specifically ban dogs from trails in order to encourage wildlife to inhabit the area.

Colleyville Nature Center Trail Professional Review and Guide

"This flat, wooded trail begins by a small playground and picnic pavilion and winds along a bubbling creek through a riparian forest, wetlands, and lakes. The ponds are home to an impressive variety of birds including Great Blue Heron and its smaller relative, the Green Heron, plus flocks of mallards and the forty-six-acre park’s resident gaggle of geese.

Many hikers enjoy bringing their dogs along on the trail. It’s easy to enjoy a hike with Fido and still leave little impact on the environment. Most trails in this guide welcome dogs as long as they are kept on a leash. For unleashed fun opt for one of the area’s growing number of dog parks that have open
spaces for dogs to romp. Be aware that some local nature sanctuaries and preserves specifically ban dogs from trails in order to encourage wildlife to inhabit the area."

Activity Type: Hiking, Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Dallas
Distance: 1.2
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 30 minutes
Season: Winter and spring
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Maps: Detailed trail map available from City of Colleyville Parks and Recreation Department; (817) 656-7275
Driving Directions: Directions to Colleyville Nature Center Trail

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May 2018