Little Elm Park
Little Elm Park has something for everyone! The Beach is a huge draw of course, but there is so much more.
Beginning Memorial weekend, May 26, the Town will be charging a $10 per car parking fee on Saturdays, Sundays, and Memorial Day. This is through Labor Day and NOT a come and go pass. However, to provide a cost reduction to Little Elm residents, a $25 seasonal parking pass is available. Non-residents can purchase a pass for $75. This pass is valid any time there are parking fees throughout the summer with the exception of 4th of July. These passes can only be purchased at Little Elm Rec Center beginning Monday, May 21.
Jump into the best complimentary ride in the Lakefront District. The shuttle can hold six people and goes anywhere in Lakefront. Check out their Facebook for hours and availability. This is a seasonal service and runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Johnny Broyles Trail
This trail is 2.16 miles and weaves its way through the far side of the park, along the lake, and at times back behind the Rec Center. The trail is crushed granite and concrete.
Great for parties! There are two pavilions in Little Elm Park and both can be rented for private events. Call (972) 731-3296 for more information.
This is a primitive camping site with no electrical or showers. Permits are sold in the kiosk inside the camping grounds; $5/night or $15/four nights. There is a four night max.
This amazing playground is ideal for ages 5-12 and has ziplines, swings, a shade structure, and much more!
The park has soccer fields and softball fields. These are primarily used for league play. For more information on them, call (972) 731-3296.
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