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Parks & Facilities

red baseball park
Whether you are into sports, nature, or just want to take your kids to a playground, Colleyville has a park for you. Come out and enjoy your beautiful parks!
Living Tree Donation Program
By donating a tree to the Living Tree Donation Program, you can help your city parks while at the same time celebrating life by planting a tree! You can plant a tree in tribute of a wedding, birth of a child, anniversary, or to honor the memory of a loved one. View details here or call 817.503.1180.

Pavilion Rentals 
Rentals include covered picnic tables for exclusive use through the rental process. Pavilions that are available for rent: City Park, Colleyville Nature Center, Kimzey Park, McPherson Park, and Sparger Park. Colleyville Nature Center is the only pavilion with a grill.

Pavilion Prices
All Pavilions (excluding Red Pavilion)
Colleyville resident: $20 per hour
Non-resident: $30 per hour
Red Pavilion (Group pavilion capable of seating 100 people)
Colleyville resident: $40 per hour
Non-resident: $70 per hour

Reservations can be paid with cash or check in person at the Parks and Recreation office, 2512 Glade Rd., during normal business hours.
Reservations can be paid with credit card by emailing or faxing in the appropriate form(s) listed below.

*Pavilion reservation requests can now be submitted online by clicking here.

Help Us Maintain Your Parks
Although crews inspect park sites on a regular basis, litter or vandalism may occur, or additional maintenance may be necessary between visits. The next time you visit one of the parks and notice anything that needs attention, please report it to the Parks and Recreation office at 817.503.1180.

6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. (except Colleyville Nature Center)
Colleyville Nature Center: 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset

Bransford Park - 405 Shelton Drive
(From Highway 26: west on Glade and north on Bransford) 
This two-acre mini-park contains the historic Webb House, Bransford historic marker, Lyman Whitaker wind sculptures, and open space.

City Park - 5205 Bransford Road
(From Highway 26: west on Glade and north on Bransford) 
This 40-acre community park features nine lighted baseball and softball fields, six lighted tennis courts, basketball courts, concessions/restrooms, covered pavilion, pond, amphitheater, and a one-mile, multi-use trail.

Colleyville Nature Center - Mill Creek and Mill Wood Drive
(Hours: 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset)
(From Highway 26: west on Glade and south on Mill Creek) 
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. 

Cotton Belt Trail
The Cotton Belt Trail is a regional trail, connecting the cities of North Richland Hills, Hurst, Colleyville and Grapevine.
Cyclists, runners, and walkers can use the trail to travel from Hurst and North Richland Hills to Colleyville, as well as Grapevine. A “pocket” park at the corner of Colleyville Boulevard and John McCain Road offers a shaded, scenic route and a nice rest area with bench seating and a multi-function drinking fountain, which means dogs get to drink, too.
Restroom facilities along the trail can be found at the Pleasant Run Soccer complex located just east of the L.D. Lockett Road-Pleasant Run Road intersection.
Kidsville - 5109 Bransford Road
(From Highway 26: west on Glade and north on Bransford) 
This popular destination includes a 10,000-square-foot playground and outdoor picnic areas.

Kimzey Park - Melanie Drive at Atlanta Drive
Kimzey Park Shelter Kimsey Park
(From Pool Road: west on Twelve Oaks Lane and north on Melanie Drive)
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.

McPherson Park - 240 West McDonwell School Road
McPherson Park features a playground, picnic and restroom facilities, splashpad, Lyman Whitaker wind sculptures, open play areas, a hike and bike trail, demonstration gardens, a wildflower area, tree farm, and the renovated Rock House. The park occupies land that formerly housed one of the major dairy farms in Colleyville and showcases the history in its park amenities. A renovated dairy barn features photos and replicas of an actual milking operation. While the former Dunn/Tirk log barn, built in the late 1800’s, lets visitors peek into the past by raising the shutter openings on either of the barns two primary pens. This barn is one of the few existing log structures remaining in Tarrant County.

Pleasant Run Soccer Complex and Park - 6501 Pleasant Run Road
(From Highway 26: west on Tinker and north on Pleasant Run)
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.

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

Sparger Park - 4301 Bedford Road
(From Highway 26: east on Glade Road and south on Bedford Road)
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.

Webb House
The historic Webb House, built circa 1914, is one of Colleyville's most historic sites. The house is available for rental and tours. For a history of the Webb House, click here. To arrange a tour, call 817.503.1113.

Woodbriar Park - 301 West Greenbriar Drive
(south of Cheek Sparger on east side of Highway 26)
This neighborhood park contains a pavilion, playground, an arbor and trail.
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