Belton Lake is one of the best places to camp, fish, and boat in central Texas, and White Flint Park is the perfect campground from which to enjoy it all! Twelve campsites at White Flint Park Campground feature screened overnight shelters, and there are 13 RV-only campsites. All spots have water and electric hookups. There's a good mix of sun and shade at the White Flint Park Campground, and every campsite is positioned right on the lakeshore. Pets are welcome to join their owners at the campground, but they must be leashed, and no pets are permitted in swimming areas.
Your campsite will come with a covered picnic table and a grill, and there's also a dump station on-site. Drinking water is available at White Flint Park, and guests can choose from vault and flush toilets. You'll also have access to hot showers. If you bring your boat, the multi-lane boat ramp and dock at the campground will come in very handy. If you need any help during your stay, attendants are positioned at the gates for visitor services. You'll pay the gate attendant your $24 daily camping fee, and they will also provide you with access codes for screened shelters.
Belton Lake has 136 miles of shoreline, and along the way, there are activities for everyone to enjoy, whether it's fishing, boating, swimming, picnicking, hiking, or just laying out and getting some sun. There's a 25-acre man-made wetland between White Flint Park and nearby Winkler Park, and on that land, birding enthusiasts can spot hawks, ducks, geese, heron, and the occasional bald eagle. Campers can also head to the Fort Hood Army Base to explore the grounds and learn about America's military history.
Quiet hours are enforced from 10 PM to 6 AM each night, and the gatehouse is open from 10 AM to 8 PM. You can check in to your spot at 3 PM, and the busiest time of year to visit this furrific campground is between Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends.