The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers didn't say it was pretty, but if your ready to enjoy some late summer fun on the water there are now four boat ramps back open for use in Central Texas.Ronnie Bruggman of the U.S. Army Corps says Lake Belton is back within 6 feet of its normal elevation of 594 feet. Stillhouse Hollow Lake is within 2 feet of normal elevation of 622 feet.

There's still tons of clean up to do, and some of the parks are only to ramp access. Day use at some of these parks will still require more clean up. More details can found on the Belton Lake website.

The following ramps are now open again in addition to Belton Lakeview Park:

  • 1

    Rogers Park

    From Texas 317 north of Belton, turn west on on FM 2483 and follow signs to park.


  • 2

    Cedar Ridge Park

    From Texas 317 north of Belton, turn left on Texas 36 and look for signs.

  • 3

    Arrowhead Point Park

    From the dam, go north on 2271 and left into the park.

    Arrowhead Point Park - google maps
  • 4

    Westcliff Park Boat Launch

    From Texas 317 in Belton, turn west on FM 439. Pass dam, keep going and watch for park signs.