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BLORA (Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area)

BLORA (Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area)
Address: 7999 Sparta Rd,Belton 76513,Texas
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Belton Bale is a reservoir of the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), located on the Leon River in the Brazos River basin, far from 5 miles (8 kilometers) northwest of Belton, Texas, USA. The Lake is located in both Bell County and Coryell County.

The Belton Lake is owned by the Fort Worth District of the USACE. This Lake was officially created in 1954 to control flooding and provide drinking water to Belton, Temple, and surrounding communities.

This Lake is also a fascinating destination. Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area (BLORA) is fourteen miles northeast of leading Fort Hood, and therefore the drive is pretty scenic. From wildflowers to longhorns to troopers coaching within the field, the gently winding road has lots to examine and makes the miles fly by.

When you reach BLORA, you and, therefore, the family can have your selection of activities, and some offered for low fees and a few for no cost. The cost when entering the entrance of BLORA and accessing the water slide, swimming areas, fishing, and water activities are free for the Department of Defense ID cardholders and $8 for those while not military-issued ID.

Opening hours
Always open
Open: 5 AM Closed: 7 PM

About Belton

Located deep in the heart of Texas, Belton is a unique city with friendly people and a rich history. Founded in 1850, Belton is located along the famous Chisholm Trail.  Belton’s location also puts it squarely in the middle of natural wonders, shopping, and entertainment.

PO Box 120
333 Water St.
Belton, TX 76513
Phone: 254.933.5849
Email: [email protected]

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