Little Elm Park
Beach and Swim Area The best beach in DFW! Our beach is covered in sand that is filtered and cleaned daily. Boat Ramp A daily pass ($10) or yearly pass ($25/resident; $75/non-resident) can be purchased at the kiosk at the ramp, the Parks Admin office, or the Recreation Center. Camping Grounds Primitive camping site with no electrical or showers. Permits are sold at the kiosk inside the camping grounds; $5/night or $15/four nights per tent. There is a four night maximum in a 30-day period. Johnny Broyles' Nature Trail The trail is at the north end of the park and is ideal for hiking and biking. Playground This playground is ideal for ages 5-12 and has zip lines, swings, and much more. Lakefront Grill A concession building at the beach. Hours vary by the season. Softball fields Two softball fields for league play only. Sand Volleyball There are ten courts on the beach, and two by the playground. Pavilions & Amphitheater These are great spots for parties, events and family reunions! Rental information is on page 24
Playground This playground has the coolest climbing structure! It's ideal for ages 3-12. Disc Golf There is an 18-hole course around the park. This is a free course and discs are not supplied. Pond Fishing is allowed at the pond with a license. The pond is stocked once a year before the Kid Fish Tournament in September. Trail The concrete trail is great for walkers and bikers and is roughly a mile long. Splash Pad Our newest addition! This will operate until the temperatures begin to drop. The pavilion has two tables and must be reserved.
Playground This award-winning playground is a great place for kids to play and is ideal for those under 7. Historic Village The iconic log cabin and post office brings history to the park! Pavilion This is a great spot for parties, has four tables, and must be reserved.
Shoreline A quiet place by the lake. Fishing is allowed with a license. There are picnic tables at the shoreline. Marina This award-winning marina is operated by an outside company. More information is on their website, www.cottonwoodcreekmarina.com. Nature Trail The woodchipped trail is 1.5 miles and ideal for walkers and hikers. Sports Complex The three baseball and one softball fields are for league play. A playground for all ages is in the middle.
The Lakefront Trail is approximately four miles of crushed granite which connects from Hula Hut/Hydrous to McCord Park. Enjoy the scenic views of the lake, with several access points for fishing. This trail is ideal for hikers, runners, mountain bicyclists, and anyone who enjoys seeing beautiful Little Elm! See the trail map online at www.littleelm.org.
Want to rent something? Sports Fields see page 23. Park Pavilions see page 24. All fees are for residents; nonresidents add $5.