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Historic Adventure on tHe cHisHolm trAil

Located deep in the heart of Texas, Belton is a unique city with friendly people and a rich history. Founded in 1850, Belton is located along the famous Chisholm Trail. Belton's location also puts it squarely in the middle of natural wonders, shopping and entertainment. From beautiful lakes and interesting museums, to historic landmarks and shopping, Belton has an endless supply of places to experience. Belton offers a quiet, serene location to relax for the weekend or forever. No matter if you're just stopping through or have decided to make Belton your home, we welcome you. Business listings are members of the Belton Area Chamber of Commerce. Cover photos courtesy of Frank Sanders and David Leigh. Dead Fish Grill overlooking Belton Lake

Largest Outdoor Mural in Texas, Belton Lake

Things to See and Do Belton lake & stillhouse Hollow lake Belton Lake has long been a Central Texas favorite for water sports, fishing tournaments, camping, picnics or just relaxing. Here, anglers haul in White Crappie, Walleye, Flathead Catfish, Channel Catfish, Bluegill, Sunfish, Largemouth and White Bass. Fed by the Leon River, Belton Lake offers a haven for fishing and boating enthusiasts, covering 12,300 surface acres with 136 miles of shoreline. Fed by the Lampasas River, Stillhouse Hollow Lake is rated among the highest of Texas lakes for water quality. It covers 11,830 acres and includes 58 miles of shoreline. Open to all, the lake offers many attractive areas for outdoor recreation, water sports, hunting, fishing, sailing or just kicking back. Hiking enthusiasts will enjoy the Chalk River Falls Nature Trail and its scenic waterfall. Hours of operation: Varies Admission: Varies 3740 FM 1670 Belton, TX 76513 254-939-2461

Bell County Expo Center

Bell county expo center

Whether you're in search of great music, championship rodeos, or exciting motocross action, the Bell County Expo Center is truly the center of it all. This multi-purpose entertainment and event complex was built in 1987 and is now home to the Bell County Youth Fair Livestock Show and Rodeo, Central Texas State Fair, Belton Area Chamber of Commerce 4th of July PRCA Rodeo and countless concerts and conventions. Not only providing entertainment for the whole family, The Bell County Expo Center offers a selection of rooms that can each be made available to suit whatever event you might have in mind. Ideally positioned at the crossroads of Interstate 35 and U.S. Highway 190, the Bell County Expo Center 4th of July PRCA Rodeo lies deep in the heart of Central Texas. Nestled just 60 miles north of Austin and 45 miles south of Waco, it's conveniently linked to all major cities and within a half hours drive of a market draw that nears three quarters of a million people. Hours of operation: Office: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm Admission: Varies 301 West Loop 121 254-933-5353

Bell County Museum

Bell county museum

For decades, the award-winning Bell County Museum has been a vital resource for the collection, interpretation and preservation of the historical heritage of the Bell County region. The collection covers pre-history, the land grant period, the formation of the county in 1850, and the establishment of Fort Hood. The museum was originally housed in the beautifully restored Carnegie Library Building, constructed in 1904. A major expansion in 2006 provided and additional 10,000 square feet of space, which allowed the museum to expand its mission to include providing quality traveling exhibitions such as "The Inspired Line: Selected Prints from Albrecht Durer and Rembrandt van Rijn," hosted in the summer of 2009. The Bell County Museum is now home to a new interactive exhibit focusing on one of the most prolific and important archaeological sites in North America, located in Bell County, Texas, called the Gault Site. The award-winning museum provides interactive exhibits, Fun Shops and Summer Camps for children, as well as a very special children's mascot, Charley Chisholm! Call the museum to discover how your child can explore archaeology at the museum! Hours of operation: Tuesday-Saturday, Noon - 5pm Admission: Free 201 North Main Street 254-933-5243

The Gault Site Exhibit

the Gault site: A Wealth of new Archeology information The Gault site has been home to human beings for over 13,000 years. Strategically located streamside in the Balcones Ecotone (the boundary zone of the Edwards Plateau and the Black Prairie and Coastal Plain Ecozone), the Gault Site provided abundant food resources for early peoples. This rich ecotone enabled early peoples to forage the uplands as well as the stream valley where different kinds of plants and animals were found. Just as important as the wealth of food sources, however, is the seemingly endless supply of chert at the site, which was readily crafted into tools and weapons. To date, the Gault Site excavations have uncovered almost 2 million artifacts; 600,000 to 700,000 of these are from the Clovis period (13,300 to 12,900 years ago). The analysis of this material provides archaeologists with a unique look into the lifestyles of the earliest people in Texas and, by extension, the earliest peoples in the Americas. Bell County Museum is home to a permanent interactive educational exhibit featuring discoveries of the Gault Site. Guided walking tours to this site are available through the Bell County Museum. Bell County Museum 254-933-5243 201 North Main St.

Students of the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

university of mary Hardin-Baylor

The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor was chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas. The first building, simply called "The College," was built in 1886, but burned in 1929. The Luther Memorial Arches are the only evidence of that structure and are an important campus landmark today. The University sits on 125 acres in the rolling hills of Central Texas. Enjoy walking through this peaceful campus filled with historic buildings, historical markers, native landscaping, many sculptures and a vibrant student spirit. 900 College Street 254-295-8642

musick Alumni center and museum

on tHe cAmpus of tHe university of mAry HArdin-BAylor

The Musick Alumni Center and Museum at the Parker House on the campus of University of Mary Hardin-Baylor is housed in the former president's home, which has been remodeled to showcase the rich heritage of the school. The first floor exhibits Musick Alumni Center and Museum communicate fourteen of the traditions loved by students and alumni while the upstairs tells the chronological history of UMHB, beginning in 1845. Hours of operation: Monday - Friday, 10am - 5pm Admission: Free 509 West 9th St. 254-295-4599

The Gin at Nolan Creek

the Gin

Where traditions meet modern flair and good taste is evident… Located overlooking the banks of Nolan Creek, the Gin is situated within a beautiful park-like courtyard, characterized by its early 1900's architecture. Shoppers can enjoy the stores, or simply relax and take in the sights and sounds of Nolan Creek. Weekend visitors to The Gin are treated to the sounds of live music in the courtyard from acoustical guitars to contemporary rock bands against the backdrop of history and a running creek. Brickwood • Coronas de Oro Mexican Restaurant Creekside Gallery • Weigh Station Yogurt Woodhouse Day Spa The Gin at Nolan Creek Steakhouse (opening 2011) 219 S. East St. 254-939-5175

patriot Way

HONOR • SELFLESS SERVICE • COMMITMENT The Belton Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to provide the opportunity to honor military heroes through the Patriot Way Brick Walk. As you walk along Patriot Way, you will see the permanent display honoring these men and women for their selfless service.

Patriot Way

Please contact the Belton Area Chamber of Commerce if you would like to purchase an engraved brick to recognize the dedicated service of a family member or friend.

Cochran, Blair, & Potts

cochran, Blair, & potts

texAs' oldest fAmily-oWned depArtment store

Presently owned and operated by the sixth generation of the same family that founded it in 1869, this historically recognized store moved to its present location in Belton in 1884. Upstairs, patrons will enjoy stepping back in time in a museum filled with past artifacts, ledgers, and merchandise preserved from the family store's history.

Bell fine Arts Association

Browse through the art gallery or take one of the art classes offered for children and adults. Contact them about upcoming events. Meeting space available. Hours of operation: Wednesday, 9am-3pm Saturday, 10am-2pm or by appointment 306 East 5th Avenue 254-239-4207

lena Armstrong public library

The Lena Armstrong Public Library has served the community of Belton since 1899. Encouraging and promoting literacy, love of reading and lifelong learning opportunities, the library provides access to a dynamic collection of historical and current materials in a variety of formats. Currently the library has 24,000 items including 2,814 genealogy texts. Contact the library for details on events for adults and children. Hours of operation: Monday and Friday, 10am-5pm Tuesday-Thursday, 11am-6pm, Saturday 9am-2pm 301 East 1st Avenue, Belton 254-933-5830

Parks & Recreation Hike and Bike trail at nolan creek

Belton's best hidden treasure along the bank of Nolan Creek. Enjoy a stroll or bike ride among Belton's natural beauty of trees and birds. The Hike and Bike trail connects Confederate, Yettie Polk and Harris Community Parks.

city parks

chisholm trail park 1980 Sparta Road confederate park Confederate Blvd. Harris community park 401 North Alexander St. Heritage park 1502 Park Ave.

yettie polk park 101 South Davis St.

Amphitheaters Baseball Fields Basketball Courts BBQ Grills Benches Concession Buildings Educational Stations Exercise Stations Fishing/Observation Decks Meeting Rooms Pavilions/Gazebos Picnic Tables Playgrounds/Swing Sets Butterfly Gardens Skate Parks Soccer Fields Softball Fields Splash Pads Trails Volleyball/Sand Volleyball Horseshoe Pits

Hike and Bike Trail at Nolan Creek

Confederate Park Yettie Polk Park Chisholm Trail Park Heritage Park Beall Park Continental Park Harris Community Park/ T.B. Harris Community Ctr. Lions Field Griggs Field Jaycee Field Quail Meadows Miller Hights Community Park South Wall Tiger Park Nolan Creek Hike & Bike Trail

south Wall tiger park 1895 South Wall St.

splash pads

Cool off with the kids in one of Belton's two splash pads. A Chisholm Trail themed water feature is available at the Harris Community Park. South Wall Tiger Park offers a Belton Tiger mascot-themed water feature which is located at the corner of South Wall Street and East Avenue S.

Splash Pad at Harris Community Park

Hours of operation: Activated daily by motion sensors from 10am-7pm, during seasonal months (June - Sept). Admission: Free

city of Belton parks & recreation For more information, call 254-933-5860

Hike & Bike trail

Harris Community Park

Hike & Bike Trail Storyboards

Learn about the history of the famous Chisholm Trail along the Hike & Bike Trail by reading the storyboards provided.

Summer Fun Water Park

summer fun Water park

This seven acre water park has something for every member of the family. For a real splash, experience two 300 foot body slides and a 300 foot tube slide that sends you twisting and turning from a 40 foot tower. Spend a relaxing time floating on the lazy river. Test your strength and skill swinging on the rings across the Texas-sized pool. Play a game of basketball or enjoy a game of volleyball on the sand court. Children will enjoy the kiddie pool, equipped with three slides. Concessions provide food and drink. Party facilities and covered pavilions are available for rental. 1410 Waco Rd. 254-939-0366

miller springs nature center

Miller Springs offers an expansive 266 acres for hiking and exploring nature on a self-guided basis. This authentically restored prairie area includes several wellMiller Springs Nature Center maintained walking trails lined with native broom grass, blue stem and wildflowers that lead to picturesque sites throughout the center. Located in the historic "Tennessee Valley" along the Leon River, Miller Springs Nature Center is home to three canyons and overlooks the Belton spillway. Hours of operation: Daily from dawn to dusk Admission: Free Highway 2271 North of Lake Belton Spillway Belton, TX 76513 254-939-2461

Belton Lake at Sierra Beach

Belton lake outdoor recreation Area

Swim, sunbathe and enjoy Belton Lake at Sierra Beach, BLORA's authorized swimming area. The swimming area is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday throughout the summer season pending availability of lifeguards. Two large water slides are located near the beach. The snack bar sells refreshments. More than 300 family picnic sites and 143 covered picnic shelters, many with barbecue grills are scattered throughout the park. Fishing, ski and party boats are available for rent at the boat dock. Fishing tours, fishing contests, and weekend lake tours are also offered. Hours of operation: Beach Hours: (May-Sept) Wed-Sun & holidays, 10am-8pm Marina hours: Winter (Oct-Mar) Wed-Sun, 7am-4pm Summer (Apr-Sept): Wed-Sun & holidays, 6am-8pm Admission: $8.00 in summer, $4.00 in winter Mountain Bike Park: $3.00 (254) 287-4907

trailriding at BlorA ranch

Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area Ranch offers one-hour guided trail rides that pass through some of the best scenery in Texas. Pony rides are available for children under twelve, as well as riding lessons for all levels of riding experience. Horses are available for beginners and experts alike. Hours of operation: Wed-Sun, Hours vary Admission: Horse Rides $20.00 per person/per hour. Advance reservation required. Pony Rides: $5.00 per 20 minute session (11 years of age or under) 254-287-2523

Map of Belton Attractions

1. Bell County Courthouse 2. Bell County Expo Center 3. Bell County Museum 4. Bell Fine Arts 5. Belton Christian Youth Center 6. Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area 7. The Gin 8. Harris Community Center 9. Hike and Bike Trail 10. Lena Armstrong Public Library 11. Miller Springs Nature Center 12. Splash Pad (Harris) 13. Summer Fun Water Park 14. Stillhouse Hollow Lake 15. South Wall Tiger Park 16. University of Mary Hardin-Baylor 17. UMHB Musick Alumni Center & Museum


A. Chisholm Trail Park B. Confederate Park C. Harris Community Park D. Heritage Park E. Miller Heights Community Park F. Yettie Polk Park


1. Belton Lake Camping 2. Belton RV Park 3. Budget Host Inn 4. Casita Among the Oaks 5. Knights Inn 6. La Quinta Inn & Suites 7. River Forest Inn


1. Alvin Ord's 2. Bodega Bean Coffee & Cafe 3. Bush's Chicken 4. China Cafe 5. Clem Mikeska's BBQ 6. Coronos de Oro Mexican Restaurant 7. Dead Fish Grill 8. Dickey's BBQ 9. Domino's Pizza 10. The Gin at Nolan Creek 11. HEB Snack Bar 12. Jake's Chinese Buffet 13. Jaliscos Mexican Restaurant 14. Luigi's Italian Restaurant 15. McDonald's 16. Nami's Japanese Steak and Sushi Bar 17. Oxbow Steakhouse & BBQ 18. Sarsaparilla Saloon & Cafe 19. Schlotzsky's 20. Schoepf's Bar-B-Que 21. Shipley Do-nuts 22. Smoothie D’s 23. Sol de Jalisco Mexican Restaurant 24. Sonic Drive-In 25. Sonic Drive-in of Belton 26. Subway 27. Subway in Walmart 28. Weigh Station Yogurt

convention & event services

Let the Belton Chamber of Commerce Convention & Visitors Bureau help plan your next event or convention. We offer pre-convention event, onsite convention event, and destination management services. From large conferences to small retreats, Belton has the right-priced options in a beautiful setting with uncompromising hospitality!

Group tours

We offer several group tours on request highlighting area attractions including architecture, art and culture, and nature. Tours can be customized to group needs. the Bell county courthouse was built in 1884-1885 and is a prime example of Renaissance Revival architecture. Exterior characteristics of the style include a rusticated ground floor with Roman arches and monumental arcaded recessed galleries. The beautiful clock tower and goddess of justice provide an especially dramatic view at night. fun fAct: Both Belton and Bell County were named after Peter (Imight-just-be-a-Colonel-but-I've-gota-Texas-County-named-after-me) Bell. Bell was a mere Colonel in the Bell County Courthouse Civil War, but he was a Mexican War Veteran, and before that, a San Jacinto Veteran. In his spare time he was a Texas Ranger, a Congressional Representative and a Governor. south Belton cemetery has two 1936 Texas Historical Commission markers and many of those buried here contributed to the development of Belton, Bell County, and Texas. The cemetery is located approximately a half mile east of the town square at the 600 block of South Penelope Street. Historical District walking guides and self-guided tours available at Belton Chamber of Commerce. For more information on any of these services contact the Belton Area Chamber of Commerce at 254-939-3551. Visit online at or in person at 412 East Central Avenue.

South Belton Cemetery

Photo courtesy of Frank Sanders.

Fourth of July Celebration

Events 4th of July celebration & prcA rodeo

Since the 1850s folks from all over Texas have come to celebrate the 4th of July in Belton. This week-long celebration draws over 50,000 people and features one of USA Today's Top Ten Parades in the country, the Festival on Nolan Creek, a carnival, Texas Ole Time Fiddlers' Contest, Patriotic Program, and Kick-off BBQ, with the rodeo being the PRCA Rodeo highlight of the celebration. Contact the chamber about special ways kids can be involved. This event is a project of the Belton Area Chamber of Commerce. For more information call 254-939-3551 Visit

Photo courtesy of Frank Sanders.

market days

Shop among a variety of vendors who offer everything from antiques and handmade jewelry to unique clothing and Texas BBQ. Every third Saturday, downtown Belton is lined with outdoor booths along Central Avenue beginning at Penelope Street. This event is sponsored by the Downtown Belton Merchants Association. For more information contact DBMA at 254-939-5699. Vendor information : 254-721-0296. Visit

farmers market

Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables from local farmers. Hours of operation: Saturdays only, 7am - Sell-out or 1pm, Mid May-September 30 Corner of Central Avenue and Penelope Street For more information call 254-778-2104

central texas state fair

The annual Central Texas State Fair kicks off Labor Day weekend at the Bell County Expo Center. This four-day event is packed with entertainment and attractions including a carnival with nightly armband specials, double point livestock shows (steer, heifer, goat, lamb, pig), a petting zoo, sidewalk comedy show, military night, professional bull riding in the air-conditioned dome, food, Central Texas State Fair commercial booths, arts and crafts, live music on the outdoor stage and much more with something fun for the entire family to enjoy. This event is a project of the Bell County Expo Center. For more information, call 254-933-5353 Visit

Bell county youth fair and livestock show

The Bell County Youth Fair and Livestock Show, Inc., held at the Bell County Expo Center, was founded in the 1950s and has grown into one of the largest county shows in Central Texas. It is held the first week in February and concludes with an Auction Sale for the youth. Bell County Youth Fair and Livestock Show

For more information, call 254-933-5309

university of mary Hardin-Baylor

The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor offers a variety of events including NCAA Division III athletics, theatrical productions, an Annual Easter Pageant, concerts, art exhibits and more! For more information call 254-295-8642 Visit

UMHB Football Game

Christmas on the Chisholm Trail

christmas on the chisholm trail

Christmas on the Chisholm Trail is an annual, family fun-filled event celebrating the sights and sounds of the holiday season in historic Belton. This event is packed with seasonal vendors and holiday festivities for the whole family. Beautiful sounds from area choirs and musical talents fill the air. Bring the children out for all the fun of pony rides, petting the animals at the petting zoo; jumping around on the inflatable bouncers; trying their turn with the mechanical bull; and saving the best for last, with a trip to Santa's Wonderland. Come with all your wishes! Enjoy funnel cakes, turkey legs, hot cocoa and barbeque to fill your belly with the warmth of the season, while you shop for last minute Christmas gifts for loved ones, at over 50 vendor booths. Yetti Polk Park For more information, contact the City of Belton Parks and Recreation Department at 254.933.5860 or visit

nature in lights at Belton lake outdoor recreation Area (BlorA)

Nature in Lights is a drivethrough extravaganza featuring 130 holiday displays which will delight you and your family. While there, you Nature in Lights at BLORA can visit Santa's Village and take a picture with Santa himself. Visit Granny's Cookie Shack and numerous arts and crafts vendors. Experience Nature in Lights every year from late November through early January. For more information call 254-287-2523

texas Western swing fiddling showcase

This annual event is featured by the Texas Western Swing Heritage Association at the Bell County Expo Center the first Saturday of March. The purpose of the event is to promote this 'Texas born' music and assemble extremely talented musicians on the stage Randy Elmore featuring Grammy Award winners, Hall of Fame musicians, World Champion fiddlers and recording artists. Enjoy dancing or just listen as these top performers entertain throughout the day until midnight. For more information call 254-939-8390

cowboy christmas Ball feAturinG

micHAel mArtin murpHey

This event is hosted by the Bell County Youth Fair Board of Directors, Bell County Expo Center, and the Texas AgriLife Extension Service - Bell County. The history of the Cowboy Christmas Ball started in Anson in 1885. The dance was held annually at the Star Hotel in appreciation of the patronage of ranchers and cowboys. Guest of honor, Michael Martin Murphey, writer and singer of the same titled song, performs on stage along with other local bands. A silent auction is also held during the evening. All proceeds benefit the Bell County Youth Fair Livestock Show and Rodeo Scholarship Fund. These scholarships are given out each year to FFA, 4-H and FCCLA members who compete at the Bell County Youth Fair. Bell County Expo Center For more information call 254-933-5305

Cowboy Christmas Ball featuring Micahel Martin Murphey

Schoepf’s Old Time Pit Bar-B-Q

Live Entertainment From country and rock to marimba and guitar, music fills the air frequently providing entertainment for patrons living and Belton - the Live Music Capitol of Bell County. Bell County Expo continues to bring popular familyfriendly events, award-winning artists, and bands that attract thousands to the area. Several of Belton’s restaurants and venues offer live entertainment that turns ordinary meals into extraordinary memories.

ZZ Top at the Bell County Expo Center

The Bell County Expo Center is a leading venue for live entertainment in Central Texas. Everything from concerts, motor sports, circuses, rodeo and family shows, the Expo has something to offer for everyone. Artists that have been to the Expo cover all genres of music, including ZZ Top, Kenny Chesney, Casting Crowns, Miranda Lambert and many more.

Indicates members of Belton Wireless Project. Indicates businesses with wireless internet access. Look for this symbol for pet-friendly lodging.


Bell county veterinary Hospital 1005 East Central Ave. 254-939-5762

Belton small Animal clinic 2607 North Main St. 254-939-5823

Lodging Budget Host inn 1520 South IH-35 254-939-0744

Knights inn 1102 East 2nd Ave. 254-939-3745 la Quinta inn and suites 229 West Loop 121 254-939-2772 river forest inn 1414 East 6th Ave. at IH-35 254-939-5711


Bed & Breakfast casita Among the oaks 2114 Sparta Rd. 254-681-1002

Shopping Antiques

Bygone era Antiques mall 217 East Central Ave. 254-383-0967 moore, Garrett and co. Antique & Gift mall 216 East Central Ave. 254-933-8833 primitive Heart Antiques 111 North East St. 254-939-3131 trends & treasures 209 East Central Ave. 254-933-8332 vintage daze 213 East Central Ave. 254-939-5699

Belton lake/stillhouse lake 3740 FM 1670 254-939-2461 Reservations: 877-444-6777 Belton rv park 2909 South IH-35 254-939-1961


Grocery & convenience cefco 520 East 6th St. 254-791-0009

HeB Grocery store 525 North Main St. 254-939-0856 Wal-mart 2604 North Main St. 254-939-0962


HeB pharmacy 525 North Main St. 254-939-0856 the medicine shoppe 502 East Central Ave. 254-939-0831 scott & White pharmacy & urgent care center 309 Lake Rd. 254-933-6000 Walgreens 100 Lake Rd. 254-939-2375 Wal-mart pharmacy 2604 North Main St. 254-939-0962

specialty retail Bell county museum Gift shop 201 North Main St. 254-933-5243

Belton feed and supply co. 410 East 2nd Ave. 254-939-3636 Brickwood 219 S. East St. Suite B 254-613-4631 cochran, Blair and potts

Texas' Oldest Family Owned Department Store

221 East Central Ave. 254-939-3333

creekside Gallery 219 S. East St. Suite C 254-939-5599

evans consignments & crafts 302 E. Central Ave. 254-654-7299 Grothway square 2427 North Main St. 254-939-2740 June’s southern Antiques & more 210 East Central Ave. 254-933-7331 Just Jane's importium

(inside moore, GArrett & co.)

216 East Central Ave. 254-939-8833 mcWha Bookstore 603 East Central Ave. 254-939-6474

miche Bags of central texas (inside moore, GArrett & co.)

216 East Central Ave. 254-718-2870 perry office plus 214 East Central Ave. 254-939-5734

scott & White Hospice foundation thrift store 601 East Central Ave. 254-939-8230 university of mary Hardin-Baylor Gift shop 900 College St. 254-295-8642 visions Art studio & Gallery 920 N. Penelope 254-742-0660

Salon and Spa ABc Hair fashions 602 East Central Ave. 254-939-2111

Angelic Healing therapeutic massage 402 East. 6th Ave. 254-939-2204

youphoria day spa & salon 2150 North Main St. 254-939-SPA2 Woodhouse day spa 219 South East St., Suite A 254-933-2275


BJ's flower shop 206 North Penelope St. 254-939-6462 Heartfield florist 415 North Main St. 254-939-3787

sarsaparilla saloon & café 106 East Central Ave. 254-939-1778 shipley do-nuts 521 East 6th Ave. 254-939-6965 Weigh station yogurt 219 S. East St. Suite F 254-933-7775

fast food/Burgers Bush's chicken 111 Lake Rd. 254-939-7945

mcdonald's restaurant 1601 East 6th Ave. 254-939-7807 sonic drive-in 814 East Central Ave. 254-939-9006 sonic drive-in of Belton 2803 Oakmark Dr. 254-933-7878

italian/pizza Schoepf’s Old Time Pit Bar-B-Q

Dining Asian

china café 215 Sparta Rd. 254-933-8881 Jake's chinese Buffet 520 East 6th Ave. 254-939-9333 nami's Japanese steak and sushi Bar 109 West Ave. O 254-933-0404

coffee/deli/ specialty

Bodega Bean coffee & café 107 Water St. 254-933-8246

domino’s pizza 323 N. Main St. 254-939-2888

little caesar's pizza 2411 North Main St. 254-939-0321 luigi's italian restaurant 2805 East Loop 121 254-933-3214


coronas de oro mexican restaurant 219 S. East St. Suite D 254-613-5007 Jaliscos mexican restaurant 505 East Central Ave. 254-939-6130 sol de Jalisco 2100 N. Main 254-933-8786


Alvin ord's sandwich shop 2154 North Main St. 254-939-7971 schlotzsky's Belton 1012 East 2nd Ave. 254-939-8300 subway (2 locAtions) (inside WAl-mArt) 2604 North Main St. 254-933-7727 600 Forest Dr. 254-933-7827

steak/seafood/ Barbeque clem mikeska's Bar-B-Q 2170-B N. Main St. 254-939-3010 dead fish Grill 2207 Lake Rd. 254-939-5771 dickey’s Barbecue pit 11824 FM 2305 254-780-9900 oxbow steakhouse & Bar-B-Q 2801 IH-35 South 254-939-0588 schoepf's old time pit Bar-B-Que 702 East Central Ave. 254-939-1151 the Gin at nolan creek (opening 2011) 216 South East St. Suite E 254-613-4446

First United Methodist Church


Antioch community church 302 EastCentral Ave. 254-933-7107 (office) Belton christian church 9425 West FM 436 254-939-1172 Belton church of christ 3003 North Main St. 254-939-1816 Belton nazarene church 1701 Sparta Rd. 254-939-3404 christ the King catholic church 210 East 24 St. 254-939-0806 first Baptist church 506 North Main St. 254-939-0705 first united methodist church 205 East 3rd Ave. 254-939-5703 prince of peace lutheran church 1215 South Wall St. 254-939-0824 st. luke's episcopal church 2103 North Beal St. 254-939-1033 vista community church 606 North Wall St. 254-933-9996

Cathedral Oaks

Conference  and Meeting Facilities Bell county expo center Capacity - 250 - 6,000 254-933-5353 Bell county museum Capacity - up to 150 254-933-5243 cathedral oaks event center Capacity - up to 200 254-939-6257 central texas council of Governments Capacity - 175 with breakout rooms 254-939-1801 Harris community center Capacity - 190 with breakout rooms 254-933-5860 la Quinta inn & suites Capacity - up to 100 254-939-2772 river forest inn Capacity - up to 100 254-939-5711 summers mill retreat & conference center Capacity - up to 200 254-939-6194

Harris Community Center

Banquet Facilities

Bodega Bean coffee & cafe 254-933-8246 dead fish Grill 254-939-5771 nami Japanese steak & sushi Bar 254-933-0404 luigi's italian restaurant 254-933-3214 oxbow steakhouse 254-939-0588 schoepf's old time pit Bar-B-Que 254-939-1151 the Gin at nolan creek 254-613-4446

412 East Central Avenue Belton, Texas 76513

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