Exhibits in this 1904 Carnegie library building, a National Register property, focus on Bell County history from 1850 to 1950. The Miriam A. Ferguson Collection focuses on Texas' first female governor, who was a Bell County resident. Gift shop. Open 1-5 p.m. Tue.-Sat. Free. 201 N. Main St. www.b...
This Army Corps of Engineers impoundment of the Leon River offers parks with camping and picnicking, fishing, boat ramps and marinas. Northwest of Belton off F.M. 317, also accessible from Temple and Killeen. www.recreation.gov
This museum in the Cochran, Blair & Potts store features memorabilia from the oldest department store in Texas, which opened in the 1860s. Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 221 E. Central Ave.
An Army Corps of Engineers impoundment of the Lampasas River. Parks offer boat ramps, marinas, fishing, picnicking, and camping. Between Killeen and Belton, Also accessible from Salado.
Tube down a "lazy river" or slide from a 40-foot tower into a Texas-size pool. Enjoy volleyball on the sand or chill out with the latest games in the game room. Open mid-May to mid-Aug. daily. Admission charge. 1410 Waco Road. 254/939-0366
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