Athletics & Leagues
The Town of Little Elm offers a variety of Adult Athletic leagues, camps, clinics and tournaments. Adult Athletic leagues include softball (USSSA), indoor volleyball, sand volleyball, cornhole, pickleball and more. For more information about adult athletics in the Town of Little Elm, please visit www.lakefrontrecreation.com.
If you have any questions about adult athletic leagues, please email email@example.com. All schedules, registration, and league information can be found at www.lakefrontrecreation.com.
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Youth Athletic Leagues
The Town of Little Elm recognizes youth athletic leagues offered through LEAYSA (Little Elm Area Youth Sports Association), a local non-profit. LEAYSA offers, baseball, basketball, cheer, football, soccer, softball, track, and volleyball. For more information about LEAYSA, please visit, www.leaysa.com.
The Town of Little Elm uses RainoutLine to update the status of all fields and outdoor programming (including aquatics). You may dial 972-784-0999, and select the desired extension in order to hear updates. You may also go online or download the app and search for Little Elm Parks and Recreation. The below scroll is also updated immediately, when any status has changed.
Perry Weather Outdoor Warning System
Lightning and severe weather are hazards that must be taken seriously. The Town of Little Elm has installed Perry Weather Outdoor Warning Systems at the following locations: Little Elm Park Beach, Little Elm Park Soccer Fields, Little Elm Park Softball Fields, Cottonwood Sports Complex, and Lakeside Middle School Athletic Fields. These warning systems act as alerts when severe weather and/or lightning are in the area.
Perry Weather Systems will give one 15-second blast/alarm when lightning strikes within ten miles of each location. Upon hearing the blast/alarm, everyone should immediately stop current activities and remove themselves from the athletic fields or park spaces and seek appropriate shelter. After the initial blast/alarm, a yellow strobe light on top of the system will begin flashing. This light will continue to flash until conditions are deemed safe enough to return.
After the area has been clear for 30 minutes from the last strike/alert, the system will provide an "all clear" by giving three 5 second blasts. Regular activities may resume at this time. No one is allowed to return to any athletic field or park space until the all-clear is given by the Perry Weather System.
Everyone should immediately seek shelter any time lighting is believed to be a threat, even if a signal has not been sounded.
Any association, group, or individual that does not follow these procedures, is subject to loss of all field privileges.