701 W. Eldorado, Little Elm, Tx
Little Elm Beach is nestled on the eastern shores of Lake Lewisville. This beach recently was expanded with many new amenities added. Some of the amenities include: beach showers, clean restrooms, sand volleyball on the beach, camping, colorful umbrella tables, picnic grills and much more. The beach also features free entrance to the park, free entrance to the beach and free parking.
With the addition of expert sand advice our waters are clear and our sand is of the finest quality. The sand extends well into the waters creating an idyllic resort like atmosphere. Little Elm Beach has clear waters lapping across several feet of shallow sand and is similar to the experience in Pensacola Bay, Florida.
Lake Lewisville is operated and managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers while the beach is leased from them by the City of Little Elm. The Texas Parks & Wildlife Game Wardens and the Denton County Sheriff's Office enforce the laws on the water such as life jackets, registrations and sobriety. The beach and surrounding parks and trails are operated and managed by the City of Little Elm. They provide a park patrol as well as a beach patrol. Any large events, pavilion rentals, camping, boat ramp permits, vendors, beach sales permits must go through the City of Little Elm. Many of those links are in the footer of every page of the site for easy reference. You can call or text '911' from any area.
The beach is quite panoramic in it's scope and wraps around about 1/8 of a mile of the cove. New vendors and contracts speculate on a beach extension in the near future as well as City of Little Elm planning meetings discussing extending the beach to the North several thousand more feet. While plans have not been announced nor confirmed many visitors when polled have expressed a desire to have the beach extended fully to the North end of the park. This creates a walking beach, more room for sun bathers, volleyball, kayak launches, beaching boats & picnics etc...which currently are often over crowded in the current space. It is also more desirable for tourists and hoteliers in this area. The more beach we have the more tourists and more of a draw for a large scale resort which may want to extend the beach even further.