What is a splash-pad? It’s a huge area with numerous devices that project, squirt, or drop water. Powered by pumps that resend water from the ground to devices installed above ground and get people wet and provides tons of fun! The Town invested in this area for the kids and residents of Little Elm. The water does not accumulate at the base offering a more conservative use of water and the surface is made for plenty of fun use. There are shaded pavilions and rest rooms for the guests to use. The grand opening included a moment with the Mayor, an introduction from the Parks Director, Chad Hyde, and a wet welcoming for the Town Council members who kicked off this big event for the kids and their families present. The Town provided squirties for the kids to play with and there were food trucks on site for the event. This new event is located off Witt Road, just north of King Road, just in time for the hot weather and summer vacations.
Early Bird Guided Walk Saturday, May 12, 2018, 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Master Naturalist Jack Chiles will lead the Early Bird walk for May, weather permitting. Meet at the Visitor Center. Bring binoculars or borrow ours. Return in time for the Second Saturday program. Second Saturday – Trees Saturday, May 12, 2018, 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Our speaker, Dr. George…Read More
Little Elm’s Public Safety Honor Park LITTLE ELM, TX – A community park honoring first responders is coming to the municipal complex in Little Elm, and residents, organizations, businesses and corporations can assist in financing its construction. The living memorial, called the Public Safety Honor Park, is to be located on a patch of open space facing the Little Elm Town Hall…Read More
Grand opening of Frontier Park North set for Feb. 25 PROSPER, TX – The public is invited to the grand opening ceremony of Prosper’s Frontier Park North, a sports and play complex that virtually doubles the size of the park’s amenities. The day’s festivities begin at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 25, and include comments from various officials including Mayor Ray Smith, members…Read More
The crowds were back again this June for the annual free concerts in Little Elm Park. Each Friday in June entertaining music fills the air, evoking dancing, foot tapping singing and fun. Each year in the amphitheater area residents gather to listen to music. Sponsoring venders share their information to the crowd. Families bring their lawn chairs and picnics to make the…Read More