Overviewarbor hills is a 3.3 mile trail located near The Colony, Texas. The trail is primarily used for walking. ReviewsPhotosTracksShare your experience to help other people learn more about this trail:Write ReviewUpload PhotosUpload TracksScott Garvin (123)11 days ago3 Completed3 ReviewsCary Emmons (314)12 days ago9 Completed8 ReviewsIt was ok...trails were easy, short and not very visually stimulating. But it beats running on the city streets.Yiwen Shen (304)22 days ago4 Completed4 ReviewsA well paved trail to take a walk.Pierre-Alexander Khordoc (286)11 months ago12 Completed11 Reviewstrail is better for a "stroll in the park"the mtn bike section is decent but too short. I happen to live across the street and I hit it maybe once a month. I ride twice a week on average. If riding the concrete...good luck...way too many people to catch any speed.Jenny W. (660)1 year agoThe creek provides a great opportunity for dogs to cool off. The trails are pretty with varied terrain. Beautiful wildflowers in early summer. Only downside is the it's crowded.Dustin House (132)2 years ago1 Completed1 ReviewsConveniently located in the heart of Plano/North Dallas. If you're looking for a quick hike either on dirt or cement, this is a great option. There is very little elevation change, but it is scenic: plenty of wildlife and meadows. The Observation Tower should be incorporated into your route somehow. This are is very kid and dog friendly. I suggest the Outer Loop trail. It's longer and is not paved (watch for mud), but you get better views and quaint places to stop near the creek. There were plenty of runners on this trail as well. Listed on the 10 Top Trails in Dallas (see link)JJ Fiedler (235)2 years ago2 Completed1 ReviewsGood hiking trail for beginners. Trail is well kept and there are always people walking or riding bikes on the trails. Great place to bring your dogs too.Richard Jimenez (320)3 years ago4 Completed4 ReviewsLove this trail. Kenny Fulton (375)4 years ago9 Completed8 ReviewsGood hike, nothing special...you are in Plano, and you never really forget it for very long.Dan Kinkade (587)4 years ago13 Completed11 ReviewsInteresting park with a wide variety of bike, paved, and hiking trails mixed together. Terrains vary from mature oak bottom land forest to grassland. Easy to moderate depending on what trails you choose.