About Little Elm

The Town of Little Elm is all wet, in the sense that over 66 miles of the corporate town limits are shoreline on Lewisville Lake. Residents of Little Elm are very fortunate to enjoy such a scenic setting. Almost everywhere you travel in town there is a view of the lake which is attracting many residents within the Dallas-Fort Worth region to this once little know gem. If you have a lake attitude, Little Elm is for you!

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Little Elm is no longer a hidden treasure, but growth has been managed to ensure residents still have that feeling of a nostalgic community of yesteryear where everyone pitches in and helps those in need. If you are drawn to small-town charm and love helping your neighbor, Little Elm may be just the place you are looking for!

If you are looking searching for outdoor activities, Little Elm offers 5 major community parks, including Little Elm Park, Cottonwood Park, Beard Park, McCord Park, and Union Park. Little Elm Park offers a popular swim beach, boat ramp, an amphitheater on the lake, volleyball courts, soccer and softball fields, miles of trail, and hosts many seasonal and special events. There are many miles of hike and bile trails existing and planned along the lake and its tributaries.

Past and Present
The Peters Colony and Little Elm were chartered in 1841 as part of the Republic of Texas. The area was inhabited mostly by Indian tribes who lived along the several creeks in the area. The heavily wooded area provided early settlers with fuel during the winter and rich soil for their crops.

Little Elm is a city in Denton County, Texas, United States, and a part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. It is a suburb of Plano, and, an extended suburb of Dallas. At the time of the 2010 census, the city population was at 25,898. As recent as 2013 the populations signs reflected a population of approximately 31,000.

Three (3) school districts serve Little Elm: Little Elm ISD, Frisco ISD, and Denton ISD.


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Updated: 3rd December, 2023 10:51 PM (UTC).