New Dallas/Fort Worth Hot Spot: Grandscape in The Colony

Just northeast of the Dallas/Fort Worth airport near Lake Lewisville you’ll find Grandscape, a new hot spot destination in DFW for food and fun. Visitors from all over can appreciate the shopping, dining and entertainment experiences perfect for all ages at this one-of-a-kind outdoor complex. From a Ferris wheel and go karts to surfing and minigolf, this entertainment destination will blow you away.

When your travel plans find you in DFW, you’ll want to make time to visit Grandscape. Not only can you engage in fun activities you won’t find elsewhere, you’ll also be able to participate in their free events, hang out on the open lawn area and more. If you want to make memories in DFW, you want to check out Grandscape in The Colony!

Six unique experiences at Grandscape

  1. Fireside Surf– Surf’s Up, DFW! Ready to catch a few waves in the heart of the Metroplex? Head to Fireside Surf to try your hand at this laidback, come-as-you-are hotspot. No experience necessary to try out surfing- just an adventurous spirit and a desire to learn! Not interested in surfing? No worries! You can still sit back with a drink in your hand and some delicious California-inspired bites while you watch others hang ten.
  2. Popstroke– Channel your inner Tiger Woods at this golf experience owned by the accomplished golfer himself. This spot has an 18-hole minigolf course that challenges even the most experienced of golfers. Order drinks to be delivered to you as you putt and come early or stay late to nosh on some delicious food to enhance your experience. All ages welcome!
  3. Immersive Gamebox– Don’t just play a video game, be the video game at Immersive Gamebox! Grab your people, pick a game and step into a virtual reality experience like no other. You’ll don a silly hat that looks like something out a sci fi movie that will enable you to become a human controller. Then try to win the game you are playing against your opponents by moving your body to complete tasks. More challenging- and more fun!- than it sounds.
  4. Andretti Go Karting– Ready to race like Mario Andretti? You’ve come to the right place! You can race go karts around challenging courses with hairpin turns and fulfill your need for speed. Also onsite you can check out duckpin bowling, an arcade, racing simulators and more. There’s a new track perfect for younger racers ages 4-7, and patrons can eat and drink as they partake in all the fun activities this fast-paced entertainment hot spot has to offer.
  5. Grandscape Wheel– Enjoy a ride with stunning views on the Grandscape Wheel. You’ll reach a height of 180 feet that will enable you to see miles of the sprawling landscape that makes up DFW. Your ride will last about 15 minutes and your climate-controlled gondola will include only the friends and family you are traveling with. Even better? You can have a beverage while you partake in this fun activity!
  6. Sixes Social Cricket– Try your hand at a sport that is popular around the world but hasn’t quite found its footing stateside. Rent out batting cages, pick up your bat and try to hit the ball! This game is not dissimilar to baseball but with different bats and balls that make the game challenging even for seasoned baseball and softball players. Enjoy a drink and a bite to eat while you check out this fun, athletic experience at Grandscape.

Enjoy the Grandscape!

Dallas/Fort Worth area lodging

If you have your sights on a Dallas/Fort Worth getaway, you need to check out The Vineyards Campgrounds & Cabins in Grapevine. Not only does the Vineyards offer up a picturesque setting on Lake Grapevine, they also offer a superior location in DFW with easy access to everything the Metroplex has to offer, including the Grandscape! Guests will love all the amenities available at this campground, including a beach, camp store, cabins and RV sites, kayak rentals and more. Relax in style when you book a stay at The Vineyards Campgrounds & Cabins in Grapevine.

Photo courtesy of Grandscape Press Release


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