The Grand Texas Sports and Entertainment District is a privately funded entertainment complex scheduled to open near Houston, Texas, in the United States, around 2020. The district will consist of eight venues, including the Grand Texas Theme Park, Big Rivers Water Park, a retail center called Grove Factory Outlet, Downtown Texas, Speedsportz Racing Park, Grand Texas Sportsplex, Gator Bayou Adventure Park, and Grand Texas RV Resort.
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Original plans focused on the amusement and water parks, but in November 2013 project leaders announced an expanded entertainment district called the Grand Texas Sports and Entertainment District. Land for the district was closed on during the summer of 2013. The first phase of construction, scheduled to begin in early 2014, will include clearing land and building infrastructure. Big Rivers Water Park was scheduled to open in April 2015. Grand Texas Theme Park was scheduled to open in December 2015. However plans for the opening were delayed to 2020.
The site of Grand Texas was cleared out in 2015 to begin construction. Construction on the RV Resort began in 2015 and was finished on August 6, 2016 while construction on Speedsportz finished on Winter 2016. Construction on Big Rivers is expected to begin in August 2017 and finish on Spring 2018 while Grand Texas Sportsplex is expected to be finished in Winter 2018. When the construction of Big Rivers is in operation, construction on the Grand Texas Theme Park will begin.