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Join us for crawfish and other Cajun favorites, live music, a one mile fun run, and a nighttime glow 5K! Event is open to all ages. Those over 21 will receive 2 beer tickets with registration. Costumes encouraged.
Eggtastic is a giant Easter egg hunt, kite flying contest and children’s festival featuring games, rides and a DJ.
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SUMMER RHYTHMS CONCERT IN THE PARK Enjoy live bands Friday nights in Little Elm Park. Concert begins at 8 p.m.
BREW & QUE
BIG EASY IN LITTLE ELM
SUMMER RHYTHMS CONCERT IN THE PARK
BREW & QUE
“The Ticket” KTCK (96.7 and 13.10) and Little Elm bring you a unique summer experience. Located in Little Elm Park, this fun event includes music, live broadcasts from noon to 7 p.m. and food. Live music to follow.
JULY JUBILEE Enjoy a concert by a live band, food trucks, kid zone and the area’s largest fireworks display put to music on “The Range” KHYI-FM (95.3).
The Craft Brew & Que Festival is the only of its kind in North Texas. This event captures the essence of an All-American afternoon at the lake: beer, barbecue, live music and good times.
Benefiting Little Elm Food Bank. More info at: Eventbrite.com
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THE TICKET SUMMER BASH
JET SKI/BOAT “POKER” RUN AND DINNER
1-2 & 8-9
A carnival, music, movies in the park, a 5k race, food and more are included at this seasonal celebration.
Residents bring carved pumpkins to Little Elm Park to be placed along the trail and lit for three nights. There will be carnival games, a hayride and a haunted trail.
CHRISTMAS AT THE BEACH
THE TICKET SUMMER BASH
The holiday celebration includes Santa Land, including Santa and Mrs. Claus, a 30-foot Christmas tree, music, refreshments and more.
CHRISTMAS AT THE BEACH
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Los Jalapeños Lakefront Trail Beard Park Towers Tap House Hydrous Wake Park Hula Hut Kabuki Hibachi Little Elm Library Tennis Courts Cottonwood Trail Cottonwood Creek Marina Nautical Boat Club Cottonwood Ball Fields Cottonwood Park Waters Edge Café Bruno’s Italian Restaurant Ruchulu Kitchen Gas Station Sophia’s Tex Mex Little Elm Crafthouse Margarita Hut Gas Station Fishing License/Bait Shop Ice Boat Ramp Softball Fields eFrog Station Little Elm Beach Fire Pits Lakefront Grill Amphitheatre DFW Surf Johnny Broyles Nature Trail Little Elm Park Camping Area Senior Center Recreation Center Soccer Fields Fuzzy’s Taco Shop Public Restrooms
I want to go fishing. Where can I do this, where can I get bait, and do I need a license?
I want to go camping. Where can I do that and what’s the campsite like? There is a designated camping area inside of Little Elm Park. It is $5/night/tent or $15/four nights/tent. You can pay with exact cash or credit card at a kiosk inside the camping area. This is a primitive camping site, so electricity and showers are not available. You may grill in the camping area, but all fires must be self-contained and not on the ground.
First things first, get your fishing license at Lakeview Grocery, which is across from the boat ramp. The good news is they also have bait! You can expect to fish for crappie, bass and catfish. Minnows are a great option for live bait. You can fish at Cottonwood Park, or around the boat ramp, but not off of the dock. The Lakeshore parking area, 1201 Lakeshore Dr., is also a great spot.
I have a boat! Tell me everything about your boat ramp. Use of the boat ramp is $10 for a day pass, or seasonal passes are $25 for a Little Elm resident or $75 for a non-resident. The boat ramp is the longest ramp on Lake Lewisville! There are restrooms, a wash station, an ice machine, and a courtesy dock available.
Can I bring my own paddleboard or kayak? You can easily launch off at Bridgeview Drive in Little Elm Park, behind the camp grounds near Johnny Broyles Trail. Parking is available at this location.
What’s an eFrog and how can I use one? eFrogs are the Lakefront’s seasonal shuttle service! Just text 214-356-4490 and let them know where you are and where you would like to go and they will arrange to pick you up. This is a free service, but tipping is always appreciated! eFrogs operate from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Hours are Friday 4 p.m. - 10 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. - 10 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.
I’m hungry! Is there food at the beach? Lakefront Grill is a restaurant on the beach that serves up lots of tasty options. Around town there are many great restaurants like Hula Hut. To see the full list of options visit www.lakefrontlittleelm.com.
What else should I know about Little Elm Park? And there’s a marina? Cottonwood Creek Marina is a first class, family owned and operated marina right in the heart of Little Elm. They offer on-the-water boat storage, boat and jet ski rentals, and have a fuel dock and ships store. Call 972.292.1100 for information. Town of Little Elm 972-731-3296 www.lakefrontlittleelm.com
Little Elm Park is cooler-friendly, but no glass is allowed. There are 10 sand volleyball courts on the beach and two by the playground. There is a large roped off area for open swim, and we do provide free life jackets but life guards are not on duty. There are fire pits available, but you must bring your own firewood. No pets are allowed on the beach.
Published on Mar 14, 2018