This is one of a series of articles spotlighting our storage facilities and neighborhoods.
The town of Little Elm is a scenic community located along the banks of Lake Lewisville, north of Dallas by forty minutes. It boasts a small-town charm and lakeside character that appeals to newcomers and long-time residents alike. An interesting tidbit about Little Elm is that part of the original downtown resides below Lake Lewisville; the result of Corps of Engineers raising the lake level by moving an impoundment dam.
The town population has grown 48.6% in the last five years, bringing recent numbers to more than 20,000 residents. Little Elm is recognized as one the fastest growing communities in the country.
Thousands flock to the region every month because of the robust job market, making Little Elm very attractive to investors and businesses for its growth potential. Families are attracted to Little Elm for its academically recognized Independent School District and because it is a safe place to live. While you would probably still want to lock your doors at night, it is reassuring that the FBI named Little Elm the safest city in Texas in 2013.
Being such a desirable community in which to live and work means the sooner you can get in on the real estate market, the better. Investors are already snapping up apartment properties surrounding the Sunset Pointe neighborhood that are among the most expensive in North Texas.
CubeSmart's Little Elm self-storage on Sunflower Drive, located north of El Dorado Parkway and South of US 380, makes a convenient storage option for the Sunset Pointe neighborhood. Sunset Pointe has a nice mix of commercial and residential properties in master-planned communities and lakeside plots.
Being so close to a lake, there are plenty of activities to take advantage of on the water such as boating, water skiing and jet skiing, fishing, and swimming. CubeSmart's Little Elm self-storage in Sunset Pointe has boat storage and parking as well as RV storage and parking; a perfect solution if you don't have space or if your homeowners' association doesn't allow it to be parked at your home.
Our team is ready to show you the storage space you're looking for that you can't find at home. A manager lives on-site and there is around the clock video recording to monitor the location.
JerseyGirl333 called this an "awesome self storage facility. This is a great facility! Exceptionally clean and the manager and other ladies in the office are very sweet and helpful."
Our team will exceed your expectations according to recent customer Billy R. who left this self-storage review on Google: "Just met these good people on June 3; rented a space on the spot, with no further “consideration”. The facility is clean, secure, relatively new (my section IS new), and the management appear to be excellent. My expectations were exceeded."
Whether you are in between homes, decluttering to sell your home, renovating, or need seasonal storage, our team is ready to help. The team in Little Elm offer this storage tip to their customers, "When putting things in your storage unit, remember to put items you will need to access at the front of your unit."
How to Get to Us
We’re located a half of a mile away from the Greyhawk Shopping Center nearby the Little Elm water tower on Sunflower Drive. Michelle13 says, "[The facility is] conveniently located. Easy to access. The staff is always very helpful! Highly recommend!"
Things to Do in Little Elm, TX
Restaurants in Little Elm, TX
After a few hours of working on your storage unit, you have probably worked up quite an appetite. Plenty of fast casual restaurants nearby where you can grab a quick bite to eat such as Mooyah Burgers or Wing Daddy's. The best pizza joint in the area is Mr. Jim's Pizza. If you're treating your buddies to lunch or dinner for helping schlep all your belongings from one place to another, Smith recommends The Draft House Bar and Grill where you can shoot pool, watch a game on their 160" screen, and munch on crawfish, crab legs, burgers, and wings.
You can't live in Little Elm without hearing about Lake Lewisville. This is a large lake that tons of people enjoy because of the lake's variety of things to do. Snag some boat rentals to tour the area or do some camping if you're feeling naturalistic. A popular past-time here is fishing, which you'll find plenty of. If you're looking for a party (and some adult-friendly fun), check out the Party Cove.
Little Elm Park
If you want somewhere to go with the little ones after a big move, check out Little Elm Park. This park is along Lake Lewisville and is beloved by the locals. You can find a large playground, grilling stations, and opportunities for hiking. When you're done, head over to the Little Elm Beach for a piece of relaxation. This "beach" is open to guests is perfect for all kinds of water activities.
Another park to check out is Sunset Pointe Park. Less than a quarter mile from CubeSmart, this park is cozy (translate: small), but it holds a secret. The park is home to a small pond where you can do catch and release fishing.
Little Elm Events
The town of Little Elm hosts several annual events, but you can get that small town feel at the Little Elm Homecoming Parade and Santa Around Town. Shortly after the school year starts you can get caught up in the pageantry that is the Little Elm High School Homecoming Parade. Residents line the streets as the Little Elm High School Band performs. Cars and floats drive passed carrying guests throwing candy and waving. In December, Santa teams up with the Little Elm Fire Department to take him to visit the streets of Little Elm atop a fire truck.
Are you a proud resident of Lewisville? We'd love it if you shared some of your favorite things about your neighborhood in the comments section below!
We would be excited to welcome new CubeSmart teammates. Check out our available jobs near Little Elm, Texas.
Latest posts by The Storage Queens (see all)
- Travel Packing Guide: Winter Ski Trip - January 16, 2020
- 2019 Toys for Tots: Drop-Off Locations at Select CubeSmart Facilities - November 6, 2019
- Weekly Insider - November 6, 2019