What To Do in Grapevine?
From wineries and restaurant to shopping and fun, the Grapevine and Dallas/Ft. Worth area has a lot of options to keep your guests entertained. Don’t hesitate to ask our team members for suggestions or directions. They would be happy to help!
Grapevine is home to the premier Urban Wine Trail in Texas. Texas is the fifth-largest wine-producing state in the U.S., and Grapevine has served as a trendsetter and leader with award-winning wineries and winemakers.
You can plan an entire getaway around Grapevine's Urban Wine Trail. Check out one of the wine trains or tours and make the most of your vacation to Grapevine, the city named after the wild mustang grapes that grew on the Grape Vine Prairie.
Lake Grapevine with its 8,000 acres, is a center for boating, water-skiing, wind surfing, fishing and camping. There is a beautiful rolling shoreline and more than nine miles of wilderness trails. Lake Grapevine is one of the finest hiking and biking destinations in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Lake Grapevine offers two marinas, Scott's Landing Marina and Silver Lake Marina. Scott's Landing Marina is the largest on the lake with easy access to the main body of Lake Grapevine. Silver Lake Marina is the home to many of the charter companies.
Grapevine Vintage Railroad
The Grapevine Vintage Railroad is a family-friendly attraction in Grapevine, Texas upon which passengers can travel on authentic 1920's-era Victorian train coaches along the historic Cotton Belt Route.
The train is in operation 10 months a year, taking a break in January and February for annual train inspections and track maintenance. Between March and June, the train runs every Saturday and Sunday. Then in June, July and August the train runs every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. In August, September and October the train resumes a Saturday and Sunday schedule. Then in November and December the train transforms into the North Pole Express, running most weekends as part of the Christmas Capital of Texas festivities.