Category: Theme Park

Houston’s New AstroWorld is Finally Opening With a Big Splash

Water and Adventure Parks Begin the Theme Park’s Long-Awaited Massive Rollout

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A colossal new theme park is on its way to the Houston area. And it’s big enough and bold enough that it may have you saying, “AstroWorld, who?”

Houston’s beloved Six Flags left some pretty big shoes to fill. This summer, thrill ride fanatics will finally start finding out just how already long-awaited newcomer Grand Texas Theme Park stacks up. Continue reading…

SUMMER SPLASH: Big Rivers Waterpark in New Caney starting to take shape

Speed Street officially opens in New Caney-based Grand Texas

1024x1024mmThe first of many milestones for the Grand Texas in New Caney, Speed Street was officially opened providing access to the public entrance for the Speedsportz Racing Park. click here for complete story

RV park at long-delayed Grand Texas now open

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The first facility at the future Grand Texas Sports and Entertainment District in New Caney is finally open. Grand Texas RV Resort hosted its first guests last weekend, roughly a year after construction began on that portion of the development, according to Grand Texas’ official newsletter. A grand opening for the RV Resort will be announced in the coming weeks. click here for complete story

Grand Texas Theme Park headed to New Caney

HEROAfter setbacks and delays, a water park, an RV park and a kart-racing track are under construction at Grand Texas—a 632-acre amusement park development in New Caney at the intersection of Hwy. 59 and Hwy. 242.

Speedsportz Racing Park and Grand Texas RV Resort are projected to be complete this fall after heavy spring rain and infrastructure construction delayed the projected summer completion, Grand Texas CEO Monty Galland said. Big Rivers, the water park within Grand Texas, is on track to open by spring 2017. Once Big Rivers is complete, construction will begin on Grand Texas’ namesake-bearing 200-acre amusement park. click here for complete story