The 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
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
After 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. click here for complete story
After 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
For more than three decades, Wet ’n’ Wild SplashTown, Southeast Texas’s largest and most affordable water park, has been the place to make summer memories for generations of Houstonians and the May 7 opening is poised to continue that tradition.
The 80-acre water park is the closet park to Houston and has been newly renovated to offer the best value for family-friendly entertainment with 42 water slides and attractions in addition to new food offerings and a second bar. click here for complete storyclick here for complete story
The first venue at the Grand Texas Sports and Entertainment District — a highly anticipated but long-delayed mixed-use development northeast of Houston — plans to open this spring.
Speedsportz Racing Park is expected to fully open to the public by May after its soft opening in April, President and co-owner Alan Rudolph told Community Impact. The complex will include a European-style rental kart facility and rental track, a performance track and a performance pad, as well as the newly formed Alan Rudolph Racing Academy and a Karting Hall of Fame, Speedsportz said previously. click here for complete story