Just 19 miles away from downtown Dallas, Lewisville holds true to the concept of stay and play.
Lewisville is situated at the edge of Lewisville Lake and between Dallas and Fort Worth, making it an easily accessible sports community. Impressive facilities in Lewisville host triathlons and major soccer, baseball, football, basketball, lacrosse, volleyball, skateboarding and fishing tournaments.
Lake Shores to Skate Parks, and Everything in Between
Lewisville offers 14 baseball/softball fields with flexibility to adapt, 16 soccer fields, four football fields, 19 volleyball courts and 10 futsal courts (futsal is similar to soccer but is played on a smaller field typically indoors, usually on a basketball court).
Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park
Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park is the latest addition to Lewisville, featuring four baseball fields, eight soccer fields, four football fields and a skate park. There is also space for triathlons and even a dog park. Railroad Park includes spacious pavilions (one located in each complex) that have concessions and restrooms. There are more than 2,000 parking spaces onsite and more than 2,400 hotel rooms within 2.5 miles.
Here are the specs for the different sections within Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park:
- Soccer Complex: seven lighted regulation adult fields, one lighted regulation U14 field, bleachers with shade structure and restrooms/concession building
- Football Complex: two lighted 80-yard fields, two lighted 100-yard fields, bleachers with shade structure and restrooms/concession building
- Baseball Complex: three lighted regulation fields, one Championship field, bleachers with shade structure and restrooms/concession building
- Scion Skate Park: bowl and street feature, restrooms, vending machines and bleachers
- Lakes & Trails: three manmade lakes, 1.5 mile walking paths and restrooms
Lewisville Lake Park
Lewisville Lake Park spans 662 acres and has eight lighted soccer fields, eight lighted baseball fields and two lighted adult softball fields. It also features the Lake Park Golf Course, regulation-sized cricket, a swimming beach, boat ramps and picnic areas. Lewisville Lake has 30,000 acres of surface area and 233 miles of shoreline. Depth reaches 67 feet with an average of 25 feet during normal operation. The lake hosts bass fishing tournaments and water sports, and will soon be able to host water racing events.
MAC (Multipurpose Activity Center)
The MAC is a 38,000-square-foot multi-sports building located in Lewisville. The facility has four NBA-sized hardwood basketball courts, seven USA volleyball regulation courts, a full concession stand with food court area and a meeting/film room. Space is also usable for cheerleading, gymnastics, martial arts, wrestling, futsol and indoor soccer and football training.
Integrated Athletic Development (IAD)
IAD is a 100,000-square-foot full-service multi-sport facility. It features six basketball (also used for futsol) and 12 volleyball hardwood courts. All courts are engineered to meet all specifications of the highest industry standard, known as the DIN certification.
Meet Mother Nature and See Grand Performances
All of these local favorites are within minutes of the top athletic facilities and most hotels in Lewisville.
Sick of long days in the gym? Get outside in Lewisville! Try a cruise in a Catamaran on Lewisville Lake or visit LLELA Nature Preserve, where your team can hike, canoe, kayak or just sit back and enjoy nature.
Keep the fun rolling at Zone Action Park, an indoor-outdoor amusement park with an arcade, go-karts, pizza place, mini-golf and batting cages for different skill levels.
Main Event is an indoor attraction with bowling, billiards, arcade games, glow-in-the-dark mini-golf, laser tag and a restaurant and bar.
Medical Center of Lewisville Grand Theater is known by the locals as MCL Grand. In addition to a 300-seat Performance Hall, you’ll find the Black Box theater, Multi-Purpose room, Art Gallery with rotating exhibits and the Courtyard for concerts.
Nearby Dallas and Fort Worth
Lewisville is about a 30-minute drive from Dallas and 45 minutes from Forth Worth, situated at the top of the triangle these three cities form. The Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is approximately 12 minutes from Lewisville.
There are more than 2,400 hotel rooms in the city. Many Lewisville hotels are located less than three miles away from Lewisville’s major sports venues, and are within walking distance of Vista Ridge Shopping Mall, a variety of restaurants and a 15-screen movie theater.
Services offered by Lewisville CVB
- Welcome bag containing a map and list of restaurants, things to do, special events and visitor information
- Discounts for attractions and dining
- Hotel rebates
- Staff member assigned to ensure event success
- PR/media coverage
- Electronic billboard signage for event
- Site visits
- Hotel room block coordination
Here are personal accounts of tournament and event planners just like you who share their experiences in Lewisville.
Juan Ignacio Blanco from BRC Group & Alianza de Futbol Hispano said:
“The opportunity to work with the Lewisville CVB was an outstanding experience. Our soccer tournament was a success thanks to the deep involvement of the city’s employees supporting our event and promoting soccer… Every detail regarding our 48 youth team soccer tournament was taken care of with a very high level of professionalism. From the GLASA fields (which are in perfect condition) to advice in security, traffic assistance and first aid; at all times we felt a true partner relationship with the city of Lewisville and the Lewisville CVB…would I go back to Lewisville? Yes, can’t wait for the new soccer complex.”
Alex and Angela Schindler from Zen Sports Group said:
“Thank you [Lewisville city and CVB] for your wonderful hosting, hospitality and warmth. You all have made a difference. Both and Angela and I are so blessed to have you all be part of the Panda Cup. To all those who had helped and gave unselfishly… this event would not have been successful without you. Thank you… for all your help leading up to the event. This past weekend was wonderful.”
By Lauren Reiniger