Fees

 

Fee Schedule for Belton Lake
Effective February 14, 2014


Current User Fees at Belton Lake:

CAMPING:

Campsites with 20-30 amp electrical service and water. - $16-18.00 per night.

Campsites with 20-30-50 amp electrical service and water. - $22.00 per night

Double campsites with 20-30-50 amp electrical service and water. - $36.00 per night.

Screened-in Shelters at Cedar Ridge and White Flint Park's. - $30.00 per night.

Winkler Park Campsites (Primitive RV/Tent sites with water). - $12.00 per night.

Westcliff Park Tent Only (Primitive) Campsites. - $10.00 per night

Westcliff Park Tent Only (Electric/water) Campsites. - $16.00 per night


DAY USE FEE:

$4.00 per vehicle or pedestrian entering the park

 



BOATRAMP FEE:

$3.00 per day to use the boat ramp.


GROUP USE FACILITY FEES

Frank's Pavilion - Weekday $40.00, Weekend $60.00

Overlook Pavilion - Weekday $60.00, Weekend $100.00

Temple's Lake Pavilion - Weekday $40.00, Weekend $70.00

Turkey Roost Group Camp Area - Weekday $100.00, Weekend $175.00

Sunset Pavilion - Weekday $40.00, Weekend $70.00

Coveside Pavilion - Weekday $40.00, Weekend $70.00

* Weekend rates apply on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Federal Holidays (Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day Only).

 

 



DISCOUNT PASSES:

Annual Day-Use Passes  

The Annual Day-Use pass hang tag is available for $30.00 and is valid for 12 months (ending the last day of the purchase month, one year later). The pass covers entrance to U.S. Army Corps of Engineer run parks.  Golden Age/Access and America the Beautiful pass discounts apply. This pass permits you to use the boat ramps, picnic areas, swim beaches, etc. without paying an additional fee at U.S. Army Corps of Engineer run parks.

Annual Day-Use Passes are available at park entrance stations or at other U.S. Army Corps of Engineers areas.

The pass is non-transferable.

 

Golden Age Passports  (DISCONTINUED AS OF 1 JAN 07)
Picture of the old golden age pass

Golden Age Passports will no longer be issued as of 1 Jan 2007.  The Senior Pass under the America the Beautiful Pass Program (see information below) replaces the Golden Age Passport.  Previously issued Golden Age Passport's will continue to be honored for the lifetime of the pass holder.

Golden Access Passports (DISCONTINUED AS OF 1 JAN 07)
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Golden Access Passports will no longer be issued as of 1 Jan 2007.  The Access Pass under the America the Beautiful Pass Program (see information below) replaces the Golden Access Passport.  Previously issued Golden Access Passport's will continue to be honored for the lifetime of the pass holder.

 

AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL PASS PROGRAM:

For Information on how to purchase these passes. <CLICK HERE>

Senior Pass (beginning January 1, 2007)*
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The Senior Pass is available to U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are age 62 or older. There is a one-time charge of $10 for this lifetime pass. The pass provides free entrance to most federal recreation areas and provides a 50% discount on use fees, such as camping fees.

Senior Passes are available at FWS, NPS, BLM and USDA FS locations. You will need to show proof of age (such as a driver's license or identification card) to obtain a Golden Age Passport.

The pass is non-transferable.

The Senior Pass under the America the Beautiful Pass Program replaces the Golden Age Passport.  Previously issued Golden Age Passport's will continue to be honored for the lifetime of the pass holder.

*The passage of the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act of 2004 created a new discount program for Federal agencies called the America the Beautiful Interagency Pass Program.  This new program is scheduled to be implemented on 1 January 2007.  While the legislation did not authorize the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers full involvement in this new pass program, our agency will honor America the Beautiful pass holder with a 50 percent reduction of user fees at Corps recreation facilities, including day use and camping fees.  Our agency, however, is not authorized to sell or otherwise issue passed used for this new program.
For Information on how to purchase these passes. <CLICK HERE>

Access Pass (beginning January 1, 2007)*
picture of the america the beautiful access pass

The Access Pass is available to U.S. citizens or permanent residents who have a permanent disability. The pass is free and is good for life. It provides free entrance to most federal recreation areas and provides a 50% discount on use fees, such as camping fees.

Access Passes are available at FWS, NPS, BLM and USDA FS locations.

The pass is non-transferable.

The Access Pass under the America the Beautiful Pass Program replaces the Golden Access Passport.  Previously issued Golden Access Passport's will continue to be honored for the lifetime of the pass holder.

*The passage of the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act of 2004 created a new discount program for Federal agencies called the America the Beautiful Interagency Pass Program.  This new program is scheduled to be implemented on 1 January 2007.  While the legislation did not authorize the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers full involvement in this new pass program, our agency will honor America the Beautiful pass holder with a 50 percent reduction of user fees at Corps recreation facilities, including day use and camping fees.  Our agency, however, is not authorized to sell or otherwise issue passes used for this new program.   For Information on how to purchase these passes. <CLICK HERE>

 

This page last updated on February 14, 2014