Colony Shoreline Trail is a 6.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near The Colony, Texas that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and mountain biking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length6.9 miElevation gain101 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashKid friendlyHikingMountain bikingNature tripsWalkingLakeViewsWildflowersWildlifeRocky
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Jim Preciado
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Hiking
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Ronald Freitag
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Hiking

Wide gravel trail along lake. Nicely kept up.

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Nicole Waugh
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Hiking

Nice big trail

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Laurie Crumb
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Hiking

Flat, wide trail. Very easy

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George Parker
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Hiking

Nice trail, well maintained.

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Elizabeth Moncada
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Neisha Smith
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RunningGreat!

Love this trail. Well maintained. You also get the bonus of seeing ducks, geese, and deer from time to time. Just watch out for the feces the wildlife leave behind.

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David Lavoie Jr
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David Lavoie Jr
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rin Abraham
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cindy bertrand
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Hiking

Nice private well maintained gravel trails with benches and dog poop stations to help keep it less poopy. Lots of deer and small animal tracks and droppings.

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Bobby Palacios
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Hiking

Beautiful trail clean and well kept. Great trail for hikes/ bikes

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Justin Grimes
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Hiking

almost no shade. wear sunscreen

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Kate Shaw
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WalkingNo shade

Nice, clean trail. Pushing a stroller is doable though the granite makes it a bit of a workout. Very little shade. Absolutely no one was wearing or carrying a mask but at least the trails are wide enough to distance from others.

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Kathy Amos
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Hiking

Mostly sunny path between the lake and neighborhoods. I hear the wildflowers along this trail are lovely in the spring.

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Jill Goldberg
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Hiking

Really pretty trail along Lake Lewisville shoreline. Very little shade, however. Bring lots of water for you and your pups! Bonus...dogs (or humans!) can take a dip along the way! LOADS of bikers, so be aware of surroundings, as well.

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Kellie Garcia
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Road bikingGreat!

Beautiful easy gravel trail! Some have commented about it being behind houses, but I actually love that! The houses back up to the lake and are beautiful. You could stop and take a dip in the lake if you wanted to. Don't go in the heat of the day though because it gets HOT.

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Joselito Peralta Beteta
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Hiking

Nice trail! Sunset was amazing! Great lake view!

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Kellie Garcia
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Hiking

Easy, south gravel trail with pretty views of Lake.

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Stephanie Harper
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WalkingNo shade

This trail was way more developed than I expected. Great views of the lake but you are in someone backyard the whole way. So get used to getting barked at by dogs. Trail is all paved or crushed granite. This is best for just a walk or casual bike ride. Since it’s so developed, didn’t see any wildlife other than some geese and ducks. 99% of it has no trees, so no shade. And if you go in the morning, bring sunshades because you are facing the sun on the way out. It’s clean, nice view, great walk with the dog. Was looking for more of a hike, but it was enjoyable somewhat.

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jessie allen
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No shade

It was an easy trail to walk. Best for early mornings since there's little to no shade along the way. You get a nice view of the lake through most of the way. Walked at 8:30am and it was fairly busy, a lot of bikers.

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Ann Johnston
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very sunny. some muddy patches, but navigable (June 24). would be much easier with offroad tires. sandy gravel makes it a good workout for bicyclists. great lake views. I'll come back to walk it in early morning and for when I want a lot if resistance in the bike.

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Christianna Yarbrough
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Hiking

Gravel trail. Not a lot of shade. Will definitely hike again.

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Melissa Mair
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Not a lot of shade, trail follows the lake shore pretty close! Would a beautiful fall time walk. Easy walking.

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Yohel Rivera
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Hiking

Easy trail for anyone willing to go out and move lol. The views were very nice and you get to the lake shore half way in, where you can rest and keep going. Would recommend to anyone. And it’s not muddy anymore btw

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Maria Patino
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HikingNo shade

Really nice trail, gravel path, not a lot of shade, dog friendly!

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Dona R
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Hiking

Nice easy hike. Beautiful scenery. My only negative comment would be to people that have dogs “ please pick up the poop and don’t leave it in the middle of the trail!” Had to walk around quite a bit of it,

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Tammy Ryan-Head
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Is this trail open yet as of April 21, 2020?

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Leesa Olson
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Mountain biking

Trail is closed.

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James Viles
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