Lake Club and Pool
The Lake Club is the community hub for all things fun, from lounging at the pool and playing ping pong. Overlooking the lake, our tiered pool has a hot tub, water slide, and both shallow and deep pools. It’s the meeting point for kids, family, neighbors, cookouts, and special events. On warm summer nights it’s a beautiful place to watch the sunset and kids often come back to enjoy a swim after dinner.
Located at the Lake Club overlooking the pool and lake, the Regatta Grill offers snacks, tasty salads, drinks and kid-friendly fare. Learn more >
Drystack boat storage. Fuel pumps. Valet. Boat maintenance. And the latest new gear for wakeboarding, water skiing and tubing. Having a boat at Long Cove couldn’t be easier. Learn more about the Marina >
Whether you’re a three handicap, working on getting there someday, or just want to run out and play with your kids worry-free, you’ll find it here. You have unlimited access to a full driving range, 9-hole course and our new 70,000-square-foot putting green. Tee it up in a t-shirt and play on. Learn more >
Neighbors, families, friends and friends of friends all come together for our special events. Live music. Great food. Games. Friendly competitions. Arts and crafts for our lil’ Long Covians. All part of our secret sauce for creating great memories.
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Tennis & Basketball Courts
Keep your tennis game sharp on our tennis court, which is available without the need for reservation nor fees. If you’re looking to get your kids rallying at a young age, a court is available with kid configurations as well. An outdoor basketball court is also on the grounds. Community tennis raquets and basketballs are available at the Toy Barn.
Toy Barn & Play Field
At the Toy Barn, kids have access to all kinds of sports equipment: cruiser bikes, footballs, soccer balls, fishing rods, lacrosse goals, yardage markers. So no need to schlep bulky sports equipment from home. The football-size Play Field is impeccably manicured and the ticket for pick-up games and family grudge matches. Adult boot camps, yoga and pilates sessions run throughout the summer.
Hiking & Biking Trails
Miles of trails wind through the woods and give way to rolling meadows and scenic views of the lake. The paths connect all the neighborhoods and have artistic points of interest along the way. And the new Iron/Ore Trail gives bikers, hikers and runners new territory to explore.
Our community docks are the perfect place to do some bass fishing, take delivery of your boat from the Long Cove Marina, or just watch the sun go down. We build and maintain all the docks, which leaves only two things for you to do, relax and enjoy.
In addition to fishing off the docks and along the shores of Cedar Creek Lake, we have several ponds on the property. Kids love fishing at Hop Frog Pond and Shumate Pond – both home to some good size bass. At Shumate Pond there are casting docks and at the Toy Barn we have rods and reels the kids can use anytime. Just BYOB (Bring Your Own Bait). Learn more >
White Sand Beach
At the water’s edge you can enjoy beach volleyball on one side and building sand castles on the other. During our summer events, the beach also plays host to limbo battles and fireworks viewing.
S’mores and stories around the fire. Sunset over the lake. Family time just doesn’t get any better. Our lakeside bonfire pits are ready whenever you are. Just flip a switch.
Enjoy Movie Night on our inflatable screen, or live entertainment under the stars. With the lake in the background and a blanket-ready sloped lawn, it’s a great place to sit back and enjoy life alfresco.
Texas Art Trail at Long Cove
If you’re inspired by art, as we are, a hike or bike around Long Cove will take you by some intriguing works from Texas artists. Sculptor Brad Oldham created a meandering sculpture named White Rabbit. Craig Blackmon designed an orb from industrial piping called Spharia with LED lights that morph from magenta to cyan at night. Jon Flaming designed the dock animals that ring Henderson Bay, as well as our rocket ship that marks the entrance of Cape Canaveral, our helipad and home fireworks launching area. Eliseo Garcia etched the history of the land around Long Cove in six massive limestone blocks that will become part of our amphitheater on Henderson Bay. And all along the Iron Ore trail you’ll find poetry stanzas etched into stone at each quarter mile – a little inspiration to take the road less traveled.