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NOW OPEN: Katie's Woods High Water Boat Ramp

***Due to flooding at Grapevine Lake, the following areas have complete closures until further notice:

ALL Boat Ramps (except Katie's Woods High Water Ramp), Meadowmere Park, and Lakeview Park.  The following areas have partial closures (please observe barricades and posted signage): Horseshoe Trails, McPherson Slough, Oak Grove Park and Rockledge Park.***

The City of Grapevine’s Lake Parks offer a diversity of outdoor recreation opportunities from shaded picnic sites throughout the park system, primitive camping, premium RV and cabin camping, shore fishing, boat ramps, nature trails, kayaking, paddleboarding and a multitude of other ways to experience Grapevine outdoors. Operating without any City subsidies, Grapevine’s Lake Parks system supports its operations, maintenance and capital improvements through fees collected.

Covering more than 1,300 acres and 10 miles of shoreline, park goers to Grapevine’s Lake Parks can experience a wide range of landscapes, plants and animals. The City of Grapevine protects and maintains over 1,040 acres of undeveloped Environmentally Sensitive Area around Grapevine Lake. As stewards of this property it is our responsibility to care for our natural resources and respect our valued natural environment. We encourage everyone to experience the beauty of Grapevine Lake and its surrounding parks while practicing the moral of leave no trace

Every day is a great day to be at a park on Grapevine Lake!