Are you and the kids tired of being cooped up? The city of Belton has your solution!

The Parks and Recreation Department of Belton is hosting a family camp out for those of us here in Central Texas, from October 9-10 at Heritage Park Expansion.

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Taking In Nature's Beauty

With the pandemic ongoing, many of us haven't had the ability to really enjoy the simple things in life. In fact, I know plenty of people suffering from some major cabin fever, and this opportunity to enjoy the outdoors is the perfect antidote.

What's Happening?

Don't worry, you won't be sitting around in a circle twiddling your thumbs with a bunch of strangers. There are tons of activities to enjoy for both kids and adults.  Choose from fishing, kayaking, hayrides and more!

Plus, the kind folks from the Belton Parks and Recreation department will even teach you how to make your own lantern craft to help light up your tent at night.

On Sunday morning before pack up campers can choose to attend a church service or yoga.

What About Food?

For dinner on Saturday night, you will be able to purchase food from a local food truck at the park. After dinner everyone is welcome to gather around the campfire for s'mores. Yumm!

Sunday morning a delicious breakfast will be provided.


Sign Up Information and Additional Details

To pre-register for the event please email Costs are $10 per person for all ages. All participants who sign up should arrive around noon to set up their tents and camping gear at Heritage Park Expansion.

Grab your sleeping bags and prepare for fun!

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