Greenbelt Lake

Opened in 1968, the reservoir was constructed without state or federal funds and is the private property of the Greenbelt Municipal & Industrial Water Authority. Greenbelt Lake provides water for its member cities of Clarendon, Hedley, Childress, Quanah, and Crowell as well as for some customers of Red River Water Authority and other contracted customers. The lake secondarily provides fishing and camping opportunities.

Lakeside Marina: Located inside the Greenbelt's south entrance on SH 70, Lakeside Marina is convenient for all your bait, tackle, camping, and snacking needs. The marina is open daily but closes for the season after first freeze. Call 806-874-5111.

Lake information and permits are also available from the Greenbelt Filter Plant located at 4610 Hwy. 70 North. Call 806-874-3650.

Daily - $5 per person (15 and over). $5 per boat.
Annual - $50. (Permits run January 1 – December 31)
RV Hook-ups - $12 / night (includes water and electric).  55 spots available.
No dogs allowed.

Kincaid Park: Take south entrance. 25 RV hook-ups available. Covered pavilion with water, playground, barbecue grills, picnic tables, sand volleyball. Restrooms available.

Sandy Beach: Take north entrance. 30 RV hook-ups available. Covered pavilions with water, covered picnic tables, barbecue grills, sand volleyball, playground. Portable toilets available.

For more information on fishing conditions and opportunities, call Lakeside Marina or click here. For more information about accommodations at Greenbelt, visit the Texas Parks & Wildlife's recreational page. Maps of Greenbelt Lake are available in the Clarendon Visitor Center.

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