Little Elm, TX- The Cove at The Lakefront™ indoor waterpark held its official ribbon cutting on Friday, March 19, 2021. Since the beginning of March, the highly anticipated attraction has been open to the public and has received praise from the community.
The facility is proudly home to the second FlowRider®, a surfing attraction for people of all ages, in the DFW metroplex. The facility boasts a lazy river, fake-out slides, party rooms, a play structure, a spray ground, an activity pool, and so much more. Guests can play and wind down at The Cove™ any time of the year! A mezzanine overlooks the park, rentable cabanas, an outside patio, and a full concession stand serving beer and wine. This facility is a place for families to stay and play for the entire day.
The facility marks the beginning of an aquatic scene in Little Elm-something that was missing from the Town before Community Services Director, Chad Hyde, started with the Town.
When looking at the Town of Little Elm's future in 2013, the Town Council created a Strategic Plan to be implemented to set the growth standards for the Town.
Some of those goals are to provide a safe and welcoming environment for Little Elm residents and visitors and maximize community recreation and leisure activities while maintaining Little Elm's identity. Maximizing community recreation and leisure activities are precisely where The Cove™ comes into play.
Little Elm is the Town with a Lake Attitude, so it only makes sense to have a place where people of all ages can come to spend time and relax in the water, right by the water! The Cove™ is located next door to The Rec at The Lakefront.
This is where visitors will find The Lakefront. District in all its glory. Right by the largest beach in North Texas and home to the second Hula Hut in Texas, The Lakefront at Little Elm™ is developing rapidly and quickly becomes the next DFW destination.
To the Town as a whole, the ribbon cutting of The Cove at The Lakefront™ meant so much more than an opening of another building. It marked the beginning of big things to come in Little Elm.