Belton Lake

Belton Lake is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reservoir on the Leon River in the Brazos River basin, 5 miles northwest of Belton, Texas, United States. The lake extends into both Bell County and Coryell County.

About Belton Lake

Belton Dam and the lake are both managed by the Fort Worth District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The reservoir was officially impounded in 1954, and serves to provide flood control and drinking water for Belton, Temple, and the surrounding communities. Belton Lake is a popular recreational destination.

Belton Lake overflowed the spillway in 1991-1992 with the occurrence of two closely spaced 50 year floods. The area immediately below the spillway was heavily damaged by the floods. It was rebuilt and reconstituted as the Miller Springs Nature Center on October 26, 1993. It is run by the Miller Springs Alliance, a non profit group of volunteers and has nearly 11 miles of hiking and biking trails passing through upland, prairie, canyon and riparian habitats. Wikipedia

Belton Lake Videos:

How to catch a big bass on Lake Belton

How to fish for smallmouth on Lake Belton

Belton Lake Fishing Reports:

View our Belton Lake Fishing Reports or checkout the Texas Parks & Wildlife Reports Here

Belton Lake Public Access / Boat Ramps:

View the current Belton Lake Public Access Map from Texas Parks & Wildlife website.