Developed Camping Areas

 

Reservations may be made at the park, on the web at www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.

There is not an additional fee charged for making a reservation. ENSURE you have a site, make a reservation from today up to 6 months in advance of your arrival. The campgrounds fill up every weekend over the summer season. Be sure you are aware of all policies concerning reservations such as cancellation and no show fees. Sites with reservations are held for 24 hours after check in time on the arrival date and then are released for walk-in customers.

Check-in / Check-out procedures

Check-in time for reservations is 3 pm and check-out time is 2pm. If you arrive early and no one is occupying your reserved site, you can occupy the site early as long as you check with the gate attendant first. On the day of your departure, please let the gate house know if you plan on staying additional nights prior to 10 am as a courtesy to our waiting campers. If you are departing, please make sure that your site is vacated prior to the 2 pm check-out time.


Current user fee listing for Belton Lake

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Cedar Ridge Park- This park offers 68 sites that range from wooded to open for RV/tent camping each with water and electric hook-ups plus a covered table and grill. In addition to these campsites, eight screen shelters are located within the park for people who don't have camping equipment. Gate attendants and volunteer park hosts reside within the park to serve visitors needs. Cedar Ridge Park's facilities include restrooms with hot showers, camper service center for group parties/meeting, washer/dryer units; two multilane boat ramps with courtesy loading docks, large lighted fishing dock, designated family swimming beach, playground, basketball court, hiking trails and two trailer dump stations. **NEW** Free Wireless internet is being offered to registered campers.  The coverage is limited to use at the camper activity building located adjacent to the gatehouse.  You must provide your own Wi-Fi capable computer to use the service. See the gatehouse for the password and more information.  A concession marina is located in the park that offers fuel and basic convenience store items with a seasonal restaurant.  Two group picnic areas (Sunset & Coveside) with electricity and water overlook Cedar Creek with its scenic white limestone bluffs which accommodate up to 100 people with horseshoe/volleyball courts and a large cooker.   A group camping area (Turkey Roost) is also available with the same amenities plus 10 sites for RV/tent camping with electric/water for those large family/group gatherings. The spring time offers a large abundance of wild flowers that blanket areas of the park.  Deer, turkey and other small game are common in the park.Advanced Reservations can be made at this park in person or online at www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777. There is a Volunteer Camp Host that resides in the park year round to serve the campers.

 

Map of Cedar Ridge Camping Area site 1-40

Map of the West Side of Cedar Ridge Park sites 41-68 and screened shelters


Live Oak Ridge Park- This park offers 48 sites that range from wooded to open for RV/tent camping each with water and electric hook-ups plus a covered table and grill. . Live Oak Ridge Park's facilities include restrooms with hot showers, camper service center for group parties/meeting, washer/dryer units; a multilane boat ramps with courtesy loading dock, playground and trailer dump station. The spring time offers a large abundance of wild flowers that blanket areas of the park. Hiking trails are available adjacent to the park at Miller Springs Nature Area.  Free Wireless internet is being offered to registered campers in Live Oak Ridge Park only.  The coverage is limited to use at the camper activity building located adjacent to the gatehouse.  You must provide your own Wi-Fi capable computer to use the service. See the gatehouse for the password and more information. Advanced Reservations can be made at this park in person or online at www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777. There is a Volunteer Camp Host that resides in the park year round to serve the campers.

 

Map of Live Oak Ridge Park


 

Westcliff Park- This park has 26 RV/Tent sites and 1tent only site with water and electric and 4 primitive tent only sites. All of the sites have a covered table and a grill and lantern pole. Most of the sites are located along the shoreline close to the water. Gate attendants reside within the park to serve visitors needs. Facilities provided for the campers use include restrooms with hot showers, a two lane concrete boatramp, swimming beach, and playground. Advanced Reservations can be made at this park or online at www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.

Map of Westcliff Park


 

White Flint Park- This park offers 13 campsites with water and 50 amp electrical hookups with a covered table and grill for RV or tent camping, 12 screen shelter campsites, a multilane boat ramp, waterborne restroom and a dump station. Gate attendants reside within the park to serve visitors needs. Advanced Reservations can be made at this park in person or online at www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.

Map of White Flint Park


 

Winkler Park- This park has 14 sites for tent or RV camping with water hookups and a covered table. There is a restroom with showers for semi-primitive camping. The sites have a paved back in pad that will accommodate up to a 35' RV, although the park is frequented by tent campers who like to fish in the upper part of the lake. The park is a popular fishing camp and most winter campers come to fish for near record size Flathead Catfish (also called "yellow cats). Fees are paid at White Flint Park for first come first serve campers (Approximately 1 mile from this park). Advanced Reservations can be made for this park at White Flint Park or online at www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777. There is a Volunteer Camp Host that resides in the park year round to serve the campers.

Map of Winkler Park

 

 

This page last updated on February 14, 2014