On Friday, June 3rd the Grapevine Parks and Rec Events team will be setting up for Father Son Field Day at Parr Park for Saturday, June 4. Parts of Parr Park fields will not be available until after 1pm on Saturday, June 4.
The REC of Grapevine is a crown jewel of the Grapevine Parks and Recreation Department. This multi-generational recreation facility offers tons of youth programs, a variety of fitness classes and more.
Grapevine Lake is an excellent place for recreational boating, sailing, water skiing and fishing. The City of Grapevine maintains and operates 11 public access boat ramps, including both low water and high water boat ramps to accommodate fluctuating lake levels. All boat ramps have ample designated boat trailer parking and courtesy docks for easy docking when putting in or pulling out.
Daily Fee – $5 (Credit/debit only, digital pay station located at each ramp)
*Resident Annual Pass – $40
*Non-Resident Annual Pass – $80
*Seniors (62+), disabled citizens, active military, and veterans can receive a Resident rate for Annual Passes.
When making your purchase, register the license plate of your vehicle, NOT your trailer.
Annual passes may be purchased at the following digital pay station locations:
Katie’s Woods Boat Ramp
Farris Branch Boat Ramp
Sand Bass Boat Ramp
Dove Loop Boat Ramp
McPherson Slough Boat Ramp
Meadowmere Lane Boat Ramp
*When making your purchase, register the license plate of your vehicle, NOT your trailer.