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Dog Areas in Colleyville

18 Parks
2 Trails
1 Shop
15 Eateries
20 Groomers
If you and Fido are exploring the Texas area, make sure to stop into Colleyville which is a beautiful town your pup will love to explore. Located in Tarrant County, Colleyville was originally known as Bransford when it was founded in 1880. Later the town name was changed by Dr. Lilburn Howard Colley, an area physician and veteran of the Union Army. This historic community definitely loves their resident pups, and it shows in the sixteen different veterinarians Colleyville offers to keep all dogs in the area healthy and happy.

Colleyville is filled with numerous parks that you can take your pup to that offer great amenities. Check out the Colleyville Nature Center, which offers a 3.5-mile multi-use trail, covered pavilions, grills, benches, playgrounds. and nine ponds for fishing.

After a fun day out, both you and your furry companion will probably need some food. Colleyville is filled with dog friendly restaurants that Fido will love to visit with you and grab a tasty bite to eat. El Paisa Cocina Mexicana is a casual Mexican eatery that dishes out a variety of traditional Mexican dishes. They have a patio that welcomes your pup to join you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Colleyville

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,511/sq mi

    #1 Cottonbelt Trail

    Grab Fido and go on a great hike on the Cotton Belt Trail. The trail offers a shaded area if you and Fido want to take a rest, a drinking fountain for humans and dogs, and restrooms. If you decide to complete the whole trail, it will take you to the neighboring towns in North Richland Hills, Hurst, and Grapevine, so your dog will be able to get a lot of exploring done. Remember to bring clean-up bags with you while you explore this trail and some extra water in case you're not close to the water fountains.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,015/sq mi

    #2 Colleyville Blvd/ W Glade Rd

    Head into this neighborhood for lots of choices of dog friendly eateries. The Londoner offers a variety of food, including mac and cheese, fish and chips, or tons of different sandwiches. Ruggeri's Colleyville dishes out yummy Italian food, including their truffle ravioli which is a local favorite. If you and your pup are craving some great BBQ,  check out the Red Barn BBQ. They offer brisket, hot links, smoked chicken and more. All of these great eateries have dog friendly patios and love when Fido comes and grabs a meal with you.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,519/sq mi

    #3 Bedford Meadows

    Three miles out of Colleyville is the Bark Park in Bedford. This pawsome dog park is a great spot to take your pup for a day of off-leash fun and socializing. The dog park offers tons of grass for Fido to play fetch and roll around, plush benches for owners to sit on, clean-up bags, and a tube for dogs to run through. The park is separated into two areas, one for large dogs and one for small dogs. After a fun day at the park, head over to the Twisted Root Burger Co and grab a delicious meal with Fido. This restaurant offers amazing burgers, sides, and shakes, plus their outdoor patio is dog friendly.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,127/sq mi

    #4 Meadow Oaks

    The Tipps Canine Hollow at Northfield Park in North Richland Hills is five miles out of Colleyville, and a great spot to take your furry companion for an off-leash adventure. The dog park includes 2-acres of fenced in fun for large dogs, and another 1-acre for smaller dogs. They also include water stations, waste bag stations, and a lot of open space for running. The park is filled with trees to help provide shade for Fido, and there are even some picnic tables for owners to relax on. After a day out at the park, stop by Kindred Coffee Co and grab a cup of coffee from different parts of the world. While you enjoy your cup of Joe, the Barista will even bring out bowls of water for your dog to enjoy while you rleax on their outdoor patio.
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    Population Density 5,335/sq mi

    #5 Parkwood Hills

    If Fido is up for a small drive, head over to Capp Smith Park in Watauga which is only seven miles out of Colleyville. The park is a beautiful 36-acres and wraps around a lake. The park also has a picnic area where you and Fido can have a great meal and enjoy the scenery, and offers some playground equipment. Your dog needs to remain on leash while visiting, but the park does provide clean-up bags for your convince. After a day at the park, head over to Zoes Kitchen and grab a bite to eat with your pup. This casual eatery serves Mediterranean cuisine and has a dog friendly patio.
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