Note: Now open weekends. Will fully re-open 7 days a week starting May 14th, 2018.
Meadowmere Park is perfect for all of your outdoor activities with great views of Lake Grapevine.
Costs for Day Use (non-holiday) are:
$5 per car or motor cycle
$1 per walk ins or bicycles
Holiday Day Use costs are $10 per vehicle and $2 per walk ins or bicycle.
This park is best known for the sloping sandy beaches and lake front camping. There is also a large colorful children’s playground area and a nearby beach with roped off swim zone (one of only two such zones on the lake). There are restrooms available within the park. And there are plenty of covered picnic tables located near the lake and the beach area available first come first serve.
The park has all of your outdoor needs including:
- Children’s Playground
- Beach / Swimming area
- Boat Ramp
- Covered Picnic Tables
- 3 docks
- Kayak Rentals
- Large open areas for kite flying or Frisbee
- Nature Trails in a natural heavily wooded acres
- Migratory Bird Viewing is excellent because of the natural shoreline environment
- Pavillion available for rent
- Designated as the City’s Special Event Park used for races and other large events on the lake
Meadowmere Park also has plenty of parking space and finding your own spot will not be a problem here because of all the wide open area. We love this park and cannot recommend it enough for camping or day use. It is a great spot on the southwest area of the lake.
Click here for detailed information on kayak rentals at Meadowmere park.
Click here to view the Meadowmere Park Map.
Park hours are 8 am to dusk. The park does remain open through the Friday night fireworks show during the summer.
Meadowmere Park & Campground
3000 Meadowmere Lane
Grapevine, Texas 76051
Meadowmere Gatehouse & Reservations: 817-488-5272
For Pavilion Rental call Grapevine Parks and Recreation: 817-410-3470. The 2013 Pavilion rental rates are $275 for residents and $325 for non-residents per day. The holiday rate is $375 per day.
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