Bryn Oaks Bed & Breakfast

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Enjoy all Belton, Texas has to offer during your stay. Choose lodging at Bryn Oaks Bed & Breakfast, and easily explore attractions, things to do, events, and outdoor recreation in the Central Texas area.

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Bell County Museum

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The Bell County Museum, located on Main Street in historic Belton, is partially housed in a beautiful 1904 Carnegie Library building.  Explore the fascinating history of Bell County, see the Gault Site exhibit, and enjoy the rotating traveling exhibitions in the exhibit hall.

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Belton Lake

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Belton Lake, managed by the Corps of Engineers is a large, recreational lake that offers boating, skiing, fishing, swimming, kayaking, and paddle boarding.

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Stillhouse Hollow

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Stillhouse Hollow Lake provides a great venue for activities such as picnicking, swimming, boating, water skiing and fishing. Surrounding parks are popular for family gatherings and other large group events. Stillhouse Hollow Lake was created by the construction of Stillhouse Hollow Dam by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 1968. The 6,430-acre lake is fed by the Lampassas River.

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Miller Springs Nature Center

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Miller Springs Nature Center is located in the cities of Belton and Temple and encompasses 260 acres.  This scenic natural area is in the historic Tennessee Valleyand is open to the public, at no charge, each day of the year. Visitors enjoy hiking and biking this park land, which has more than 10 miles of trails divided into several hike and bike loops.

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Mother Neff State Park

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Mother Neff State Park lies along a scenic stretch of the Leon River northwest of Temple, Texas.  One of Texas’ earliest state parks, the original six acres for the park were donated by Isabella Neff in 1921.

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3 Texans Winery

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3 Texans is a female-owned, family-run vineyard and winery located near Moffat, just northwest of Temple, Texas. Founded in 2009 with the original planting of 4,000 grapevines including Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Tempranillo, 3 Texans’ vineyard offers wonderful wine in a beautiful setting.

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Walker Honey Farm

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Founded in 1930, this family-owned business has been serving central Texas for generations.  They offer everything from honey, mead, and even bees.  Their regular farmers’ markets are not-to-be-missed events.

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Chalk Ridge Falls

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This 2.5-mile out-and-back trail near Belton, Texas is considered an easy route, and it takes an average of 51 min to complete. The area is a very popular destination for birding, hiking, exploring and running. The trail is free, open year-round and offers a beautiful setting for your outdoor activities.  Dogs on a leash are welcome.

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