What is "EpicCentral"?
EpicCentral is a 172-acre park site located in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex off George W. Bush Tollway (Highway 161). Reflecting innovation and community investment, EpicCentral is home to Grand Prairie Public Safety Building, Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark, The Summit recreation center for adults ages 50+, The Epic “reimagined recreation center” for all ages, and future home of Playgrand Adventures all-inclusive playground. Amenities include five lakes, a grand lawn, boardwalk, and pad sites for future retail opportunities.
The Epic, a 120,000-square-foot "life changing center" (opened November 2018), features multi-purpose courts with built-in seating, a grand atrium with high-tech library, theater, recording studio, large fitness center, second floor track and unique adventure track, artist studio, culinary arts room, performing arts theater, youth game room, indoor lap and resistance pool, an outdoor amphitheater, and more located southwest of the city's Public Safety Building.
Location: 2960 Epic Place, Grand Prairie, TX 75052
Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark (opened January 2018), is a large indoor water park with retractable roof, which includes an arcade, party rooms and fun for all ages. Epic Waters features rides that have never been featured in the southwest, including Texas' first double Flow Rider Surfing Machine.
Location: 2970 Epic Place, Grand Prairie, TX 75052
The Summit, a 60,000-square-foot facility specifically for active adults ages 50 and older (opened June 2010), features state-of-the-art fitness areas, gym, indoor infinity edge pool with lap lanes and exercise vortex, theater, locker rooms with sauna and more.
Location: 2975 Esplanade, Grand Prairie, TX 75052
PlayGrand Adventures, will be a 10-acre all-inclusive outdoor playground for all ages and abilities, providing challenging and unique play opportunities within this phased development. PlayGrand Adventures will be a destination for children throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area (and beyond).
The Epic and Epic Waters projects are based on $75 million collected through a 1/4 cent sales tax passed by voters in May 2014. The PlayGrand Adventures project is partially funded by the City and also through private contributions (learn how you can donate to PlayGrand Adventures).