The Grand Texas Sports and Entertainment District grand reopening has been delayed due to plumbing issues and the park working with the Texas Department of Transportation.
The park has several new rides planned for the park. These include 5 “world class” roller coasters and a two-mile go-kart track that will host Go Karts and Super Karts and allow riders to experience speeds up to 90 M.P.H.
“This is an extreme specialized sport,” Monty Galland, developer and CEO of Grand Texas said. “The Super Karts are high-end karts that young NASCAR drivers get their start racing. While some kids are at the sports complex playing basketball and baseball, other kids will be racing on the track.”
The plan is still to have groundbreaking in early 2015 on construction of the park, with completion some time in 2016.
The Big Rivers Water Park and Grand Texas Sportsplex, which are also part of the Grand Texas Sports and Entertainment District, will open as scheduled in spring 2015.