Bell County Expo Center, Belton, Texas, United States of America
The multi-purpose arena of the Bell County Expo Center is located in the town of Belton in Texas. From 1996 to 2001, it was the headquarters of the Central Texas Stampede (WPHL). Several other tenants then occupied the center, including the Texas Bullets in 1998 and the CenTex Cavalry in 2017. It was opened to the public in 1987, boasting of its 6,559 seat arena. Apart from sports events, Bell County Expo Center can also accommodate various carnivals, concerts, graduations, and conventions.
Another must-visit site within Belton is the Summer Fun Water Park, a small waterpark featuring pools of varying sizes, cabanas, and party rooms. This is the best place to be, especially if you are visiting during the dry season. You can also drop by the neighboring town of Killeen, where you can find the Killeen Civic And Conference Center, a multi-function building complete with state-of-the-art facilities and amenities. It houses a spacious ballroom, a special events room, and an executive boardroom, on top of six meeting rooms. The conference center can host various types of events, such as weddings and exhibits.
Belton is home to a handful of hotels and accommodations suited for your every need. The two-star Budget Host Inn Belton serves a complimentary breakfast to guests, along with an outdoor pool, a garden area, and laundry facilities. If traveling with families, check out the La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Belton - Temple South, which features spacious guestrooms that can accommodate up to five pax. A complimentary breakfast is already included in your bookings at the hotel.