- TripBuzz found 393 things to do with kids in or near The Colony, Texas, including 380 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Dallas, Irving, Richardson and Frisco.
- From Hawaiian Falls Adventure Park to Stewart Creek Park, the The Colony area offers 93 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Camping Site, Hiking Trails and Bowling.
- A suburb off of Dallas, Texas, The Colony is a city of over 36,000 residents located in Denton County. The city is home to a variety of business complexes, including the Five Star Athletic Complex, bringing in a large sports following to the area. The city spans over 16 square miles of land and is bordered by the shorelines of Lewisville Lake.
At 3.5 miles long and 10 feet wide, the Shoreline Trail provides walkers, hikers, bikers, runners, and any other outdoor enthusiasts with a natural scenic experience. The trail allows the individuals on it to view the local flora and wildlife.
The Lakeside Community Theatre is a local amateur troupe that takes prides in tackling imaginative and challenging scripts while providing great entertainment using local actors, crews and directors. Past seasons incorporate a full range of plays, from dramas to musicals.
At Theatre At The Colony, visitors can watch theatrical productions of Disney hits and more from the region's students. The theater is a performing arts center for a local high school, and offers discounted ticket rates for students.
Take on the challenge of two 18-hole championship golf courses at Stonebriar Country Club. The course features a scenic backdrop, there are tennis courts and the club is an ideal venue for your next wedding or event.
The Arbor Hills Nature Preserve features many acres of open space in its 200-acre boundaries. People can use the pavilions, jog on the track, hike, orienteer, play on the playground, bike, and climb the observation tower.
A 2.5-acre canine recreation facility, Frisco Dog Park provides an off-leash, fenced area with grass fields and trees. It offers sheltered areas with tables, drinking water, dog waste bags, a double-gated entrance and a separate small dog area.
A high school football stadium run by the Denton County Independent School District, the Hebron Hawk Stadium has been in operation since 2003. The stadium hosts all the Hebron Hawks home games, and can accommodate 9500 fans.
The Angelika Film Center shows independent films. This theater has a special session where parents are welcome to bring young children, have an early bird matinee, and at this location offers some films with a dinner served ahead of time.