Grapevine is a city in Tarrant County. It is also a suburb of Dallas and Fort Worth. The city is next to Grapevine Lake, a recreational area and a great source of water that was confiscated by the Army Corps of Engineers in 1952. It was founded in the late 1840s, when the Missouri colony moved in the area together with Archibald Leonard, who built a store in the area. The store became the restored Torian log cabin and it still stands up to date. For many years, the city was known by a variety of names until one judge suggested the name Grape Vine, in reference to its location on the edge of the Grape Vine Prairie, which successively took its name as Grape Vine Springs. Anyhow, the city grew numerous wild grapes. In 1974, the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport was built; Grapevine substantially grew. As of 2000, its population was 42,059.