Primitive 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.

Current user fee listing for Belton Lake

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Winkler Park- This park offers 14 sites 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 campers without reservations (Approximately 1 mile from this park). Advanced Reservations can be made for this park at White Flint Park or online at 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 site last updated on October 26, 2016