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Resorts making waves in Grapevine tourismResorts making waves in Grapevine tourismhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=194702018-03-20T05:00:00Z2018-03-20T22:20:00Z

​​GRAPEVINE – Tourism is anticipated to hit a new wave of growth because of a coming new attraction—Stand Rock Hospitality’s resort and water park.

Phase one of the 1,020-room resort will include 190,000 sf of entertainment space, according to the incentive package approved by the Grapevine City Council.

The 190,000-sf entertainment space will be made of indoor and outdoor water parks, an arcade, mini-golf, laser tag, rock climbing, a spa, and multiple dining outlets and meeting spaces.

Phase two will include 400 additional rooms and 200 condominium units.

Stand Rock will be Grapevine’s third water park, and it will be located within three miles of the city’s two other water parks and resorts, Great Wolf Lodge and the Gaylord Texan Resort.Image of the potential economic impacts of Stand Rock's new grapevine resort

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