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Cedar Valley Nature Trail  (Iowa)
 

  The 52 mile Cedar Valley Nature Trail connects Evansdale with Hiawatha, and runs through several small towns in between. Hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, and inline skating are allowed.  Snowmobiles and/or other motorized vehicles are not allowed on any part of the trail. The trail is surfaced with asphalt from Evansdale to McFarlane Park, which is just 2 south of La Porte City.  From the Park to Hiawatha, the trail is surfaced with compacted limestone.  A campground is located in McFarlane Park, which is right next to the trail. The Cedar Valley Nature Trail runs through wetlands,  forested land, and farmland.

 
     
 
Cedar Valley Trail Information:
Black Hawk County Conservation Board 319/433-7275
 
 
  
Rider by McFarlane Park  Cedar River south of La Porte City
   
Group of walkers south of La Porte City Cedar Valley Trailhead at Center Point
 
 
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