Congratulations to our client, the city of Little Elm on breaking ground on the new 42,000 square foot The Cove at the Lakefront waterpark. The Cove will feature a double FlowRider indoor wave surfing machine, slides, an activity pool, two lap lanes, a large play structure, and a splash pad. H&LA completed the feasibility analysis for this project and we wish the city of Little Elm best of luck on an exciting development.
When the town of Little Elm broke ground on the Little Elm aquatic park in August of 2019, they asked the public to help pick a name for the new amenity.
Participants were encouraged to submit their best names for the 42,000-square-foot park in exchange for the chance to win a one-year free family membership to the facility and a one-year free family membership to the Little Elm Recreation Center.
After sorting through hundreds of submissions and going through Council approval, the Town is pleased to announce it has picked a winner.
The Cove will feature a double FlowRider indoor wave surfing machine, slides, an activity pool, two lap lanes, a large play structure, a splash pad, and fun for the entire family.
“The goal of the project was to provide a one-of-a-kind amenity that can be used the entire year, no matter the weather,” said Director of Parks and Recreation Chad Hyde.
The facility will also feature a retractable roof and sides to keep patrons comfortable in any weather. Visitors can relax on the mezzanine terrace, outside patios, or in a cabana. Concessions will also be available for purchase.
“The Cove park is going to be a unique facility for the area. There will be programming, entertainment, and events for all ages,” said Little Elm Recreation Center Manager Jason Peebles.
Learn more about The Cove by visiting thecoveatthelakefront.com.