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Best things to do in Grand Prairie

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Theme Park
“Six Flags Over Texas and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor are just a few miles from the townhouse.”
70 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Very cool outside shopping center which are lower in price and you can still experience that Texas weather.”
18 locals recommend
“If you like water sports you can visit the marina and rent boats and jet skis for a fun day! The Marina Restaurant may have good drinks or sights BUT is NOT a great food recommendation from me.”
16 locals recommend
Flea Market
“Traders Village in Grand Prairie is "America's #1 Marketplace” featuring more than 3,500 vendors selling their wares every Saturday and Sunday, year round. More than 3.5 million visitors a year are attracted to the 161-acre site which also offers family friendly rides, arcade games and a wide variety of state fair style foods. Features festivals throughout the year.”
7 locals recommend
“Horse racing and only place you can place bets since gambling is illegal in Texas”
13 locals recommend
“My favorite hiking trail loop in North Texas! A short 20 minute drive away where you can opt in to the 4 mile, 8 mile, or 16 mile loop. Rolling hills with a view of the lake. So peaceful! Note: this trail is shared with bikers, so stay alert!”
15 locals recommend
“Great sushi and drinks! Good HH specials, live music at night, and veg friendly!”
10 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“This venue hosts a variety of concerts and events as well as comedy and magic shows. (Approx. 13 miles away) ”
10 locals recommend
“Go and get amused by the craziness that you can find here! Just about 20-25 minutes away!”
11 locals recommend
Amusement Park
“Very cool water park that is both indoor and outdoor during the summer months. Grab a day pass and stay for hours. ”
8 locals recommend
Theme Park
“Six Flags Over Texas is a 212-acre theme park located in Arlington, Texas, east of Fort Worth and about 15 miles west of Dallas. ”
3 locals recommend
2 locals recommend
“Brazilian steak house that will quench the hunger of even the most ravenous carnivore.”
4 locals recommend
“It's the home of the first frozen margarita! Who knew they weren't around before the 70s? Several different margaritas to choose from - and each is cleverly and thoughtfully presented. Food is so good! You can get traditional Mexican dishes as well as Tex-Mex.”
5 locals recommend
Mexican Restaurant
2 locals recommend
“The Oasis is a good place to eat on Joe Pool Lake and look out over the water.”
5 locals recommend