The City of Belton hosts, co-hosts, partners, and participates in many special events throughout the year. The goal for our events is to bring the community together and enhance the quality of life. Our events provide meaningful activities for children and give families a reason to get out of the house. If you are looking for a great place to host an event, contact the Belton Parks and Recreation office. We can walk you through the steps. Belton is a beautiful city with great amenities. The best way to stay in the know regarding our events is to subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter!
Young ladies and their dads (or other father figures) enjoy this special date night together. The evening includes hor d’oeuvres, refreshments, dancing, games, prizes, and a photo booth. This event is scheduled for February 11 & 12 at the Harris Community Center.
Friday Night EventBrite
Saturday Night EventBrite
One Community One day is a community-wide service project organized by Belton’s YAC and the Parks and Recreation Department. The goal is to assist Belton residents with yard work, painting, or minor repairs. Residents apply for assistance at the Harris Community Center or online through the city’s website. Following a review process, homes are selected for assistance. This year's One Community One Day will take place on April 2, 2022.
Assistance Application Volunteer Application
The Parks & Recreation Department hosts a movie in the park series each summer. Movies and activities are free and open to the public.
June 18, 2022
July 16, 2022
August 6, 2022
Pups help end the Splash Pad Season in Belton. Right after Harris Community Park’s Splash Pad closes to humans for the season, we fence it off and let dogs in!
Soggy Doggy Day Rules
Family Camp OutRoll up your sleeping bags and hit the trail for a campout at Heritage Park. Activities include fishing, kayaking, and s'mores. 2021 dates, will be October, 9-10.
Family Camp Out Registration Form 2021
Family, Fishin’ & Fun is an annual family friendly event along the banks of Nolan Creek. It’s a great time for family and friends to grab fishing rods as we stock the creek with rainbow trout from the Texas Parks & Wildlife Rainbow Trout Program. The event is free. Bait provided while supplies last. No fishing license is required during the event.