Grapevine Travel Guide
Welcome to Grapevine!
The name Grapevine is appropriate for this city since it home to one of the finest wine growing regions in Texas. The Dallas Fort Worth International Airport is also located in Grapevine, making the city a convenient place to visit. Grapevine is known for its shopping, recreational and cultural activities including its historic downtown district where specialty shops, art galleries and restaurants line the streets. Shoppers love the Grapevine Mills Mall with over 200 outlet stores, specialty shops and entertainment venues. Grapevine Lake is a popular destination that offers camping, windsurfing and sailboating opportunities. Every May the city celebrates Main Street Days, a festival that includes carnival rides, live entertainment, wine pavilions and arts and crafts vendors. Wine enthusiasts flock to Grapevine every September for the annual GrapeFest, where some of the state's best wines are showcased and sampled.
The Grapevine Opry is one of the nation's premier live country music shows and is acclaimed for its well known house band.
Hotels & Motels
The Great Wolf Lodge is a family resort that offers a wide range of activities that please all ages.
Grapevine Steam Railroad operates regularly scheduled train service between Grapevine and Fort Worth, and along the Trinity River.