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Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area LogoHorseback Riding & Lessons
Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area

General Fort Hood Recreational Horseback riding available - For Fort Hood Area Access horseback riding, pre-registration is required. Contact the Sportsmen's Center at 254-532-4552 for further details.


Hours of Operation

Mon, Closed
Tue - Thur & Sun, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Fri & Sat, 8:30 am - 6:30 pm

CLOSED: Christmas Eve & Day New Year's Day Easter Thanksgiving


Attire:
To enhance your experience, long pants and long sleeved shirts are recommended. Open-toe shoes and bathing suits are not allowed on the trails.

Privately Owned Horses:
Trails are available for privately owned horses meeting Post Vet requirements during normal operating hours. Daily riding fee is $3 per horse.

Post Vet Requirements:
A current rabies vaccine, current tetanus vaccine, and proof of negative coggins (all given within the last 12 months) are required for any horse participating in a BLORA Ranch activity. Proof must be presented at BLORA Ranch at the time of patronage. Horses without requirements will not be allowed at BLORA Ranch.

Closures:
Environmental weather conditions may result in periodic closures of the ranch, without notice, should riding conditions be determined unsafe for patrons.



ATTENTION:
All recreational activity on Fort Hood is only authorized by the Area Access Program. Contact the Sportsmen's Center at (254) 532-4552 or (254) 287-5847 for more details.

Examples of authorized recreational activities include, but not limited to: sightseeing, bird watching, horseback riding, hiking, biking, hunting & fishing.


Flagged Horse Riders


Horseback with the lake in the background


Walking a horse in the lake

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