By Emily Davis
Peppa Pig World of Play expects to open in early 2019 at 3000 Grapevine Mills Parkway, Grapevine. The building will feature an indoor play center designed specifically for pre-school children. According to a news release from the company, the building is intended to make children feel like they are inside the TV show “Peppa Pig.” www.peppapigworldofplay.com
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By Stephanie Allmon Merry
The largest floating aqua park obstacle course in Texas has opened on Lake Grapevine — just for the summer. Altitude H20, in Grapevine’s Meadowmere Park, is a gargantuan floating playground that will be open through Labor Day, September 3.
Kids ages 6 and older can slide, slip, and splash around an inflatable Witbit Aqua Park that features obstacles like a balance beam, wiggle bridge, monkey bars, trampolines, and half-pipe. The entire playground floats above lake water that’s 8 feet deep.
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Back by popular demand! Join us on the fourth Friday of each month for our annual Fourth Friday Film Series! Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, family, and friends to enjoy a film under the stars! Starting in June, we will show a different movie at a different park each month starting at dusk.
We encourage you to make this an evening of fun with your family by playing at the park or spray grounds and even bringing your own food and drinks (but please no glass)! Dogs are welcome (on a leash).
Below are the movie dates, film titles and location:
- June 22 – Jumanji at Parr Park
- July 27 – CoCo at Dove Waterpark*
- August 24 – Grease Sing-Along at The REC park
This is a FREE event (*Dove Waterpark entry charges will apply)
Find out more information at GoGrapevine.com/Events
If you drive down Main on Friday evenings, you may see a collection of classic cars and their owners enjoying some Rock n Roll at 636 S. Main.
Sponsored by Underwood Boot Company, folks are encouraged to bring their “babies” to put on display for tourists and locals alike.
The gathering is held every Friday from 6 – 9pm and the event is free. Come on out if classic cars are your thing! Talk to the owners, have an ice cold beer or soda and walk next door for a good burger at Jake’s!
For more information, click HERE.
Take a look at last Friday’s participants below!
Altitude H2O is an outdoor sports & recreation park located in Meadowmere Park (3000 Meadowmere Lane) on the south side of Grapevine Lake. It is the perfect place to come with friends, co-workers, or have a birthday party here! You must be at least 6 years old to participate.
For more information, visit https://altitudeh2o.com/.
Bedazzled by Friday Night Fireworks display over Lake Grapevine! The first one is in the air at 9:30pm sharp every Friday night. Don’t forget to download the music!
AT A GLANCE:
- Dates: Every Friday between Memorial Day and Labor Day
- 2018 Dates: May 25, June 1/8/15/22/29, July 6/13/20/27, August 3/10/17/24/31
- Start Time: 9:30 p.m.
- Show Length: Between 10 and 15 minutes (no longer than 15 minutes)
- Location: Can be seen over Lake Grapevine
- Cost: Free (many viewing areas are free – some private businesses may charge an admission fee of which the City of Grapevine has no control over)
Don’t forget the music for the show! Click here!
SUGGESTED VIEWING AREAS:
(Click on each location name for more information)
VIEWING AREAS WITH RESTRICTED ACCESS:
- The Vineyards Campground & Cabins (Accessible to guests only with pre-scheduled reservations for that Friday night. Gates are closed to general public. Click here to make your reservation)
- Glass Cactus Nightclub at Gaylord Texan Resort (Opens at 9 p.m. to public. Typically a door charge is applicable which may range between $10 and $20. Guests 21 and up only.)
CLOSED OR NOT SUGGESTED:
- Top floor of the Gaylord Texas Resort parking garage (due to construction of the new expansion, the garage will not be utilized as a “viewing deck” this year. It will only be utilized as parking for convention and hotel guests. There will not be a “Gaylord rooftop party” as there has been in previous years.)
- Snakey Lane (trees have grown to make limited sight visibility)
- Meadowmere Park (farthest park from launch area and limited sight visibility)
- Main Street in Downtown Grapevine (limited-to-no sight visibility of fireworks)
Have more questions, such as boat ramp access or rain info? Click here to see our FAQs.
Learn more about the CVB HERE.
Get ready to have some fun in a blissfully climate-controlled setting. We’ll be continually updating this list, so let us know about your favorites. Important note: Some pay-to-play centers may not be open on weekends because they host parties, so be sure to check on hours in advance.
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