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Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area LogoMountain Biking at BLORA
Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area
Phone: (254) 287-2523/8303

**BLORA is not a National Park

Mountain Bike Course

The BLORA Mountain Bike trails are for any level of rider, ranging from novice to experienced riders . Check in at the BLORA Reservation Office (main gate at park entrance) to pay the required fee, sign the required Hold Harmless Agreement and pick up the Mountain Bike Trail map before proceeding to the trail head.

- Bring your own bike and helmet or rent one of ours
- Riders under the age of 18 years old require adult supervision
- Located off Cottage Road

Daily Fees:
Authorized Family and MWR patrons – FREE
General Public - $3

Rental Fees: All equipment rentals prior to 8 am must be scheduled 24 hours in advance.
• Bikes - $10 for 2 hours or $20 all day
• Helmets - $1

After enjoying the BLORA Mountain Bike Trails, do not forget to clear the range by heading over to the registration office or by calling 254-287-2523. For more information, call 254-287-2523.

Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area is located on North Nolan Road (Sparta Road) approximately 10 miles from East Range Road. Access to the park is also possible from FM 439 and Sparta Road.

Biking the trail


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.


Biking for fun


Experienced biker


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