Cedar Valley Trails Partnership

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Become a Member

Your Membership Will Help

Begin or renew your annual membership with the Cedar Valley Trails Partnership and help support the Cedar Valley’s award-winning trail system!

  • Install trailside water fountains and repair stations
  • Provide trailhead signage and bike racks
  • Purchase trail sweepers and ski-track groomers
  • Support the Cedar Trails Patrol and fund 911 emergency location signs
  • Provide and install trail counting equipment
  • Provide trail accessible restrooms
  • Purchase and install wayfinding signage

 

What You Get

Your membership will include a monthly newsletter, advance notice of trail events, updates on trail advocacy issues, and an open invitation to CTP board meetings.

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CVTP General Fund

Support organizational efforts to maintain trails, provide grants for trail projects and activities.

Sergeant Road Trail Bridges

If you enjoy the Sergeant Road Trail, which connects Hudson to Downtown Waterloo, this is a great way to help.

Cedar Valley Nature Trail

If you support the effort to Preserve the Cedar Valley Nature Trail, contribute here as generously as you can.

Contribute to our Endowment

The Cedar Valley Trails Partnership has created an Endowment Fund with the Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa

Featured Partner

Prairie Pathways

The Prairie Pathways project provides trail users the ability to learn about the history of the Cedar Valley.

Dozens of panels and kiosks are located along the trail system, each depicting the area’s natural and human history with pictures and stories. There are also trail maps located on the kiosks and on some of the panels to assist trail users in finding their way.

Thank You

To all our donors, partners and volunteers

The Cedar Valley Trails Partnership (CVTP) is a volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to improving, maintaining and expanding the recreational trails and to promoting their safe and enjoyable use. No Matter how you enjoy the trails the CVTP is providing support, advocacy, education, safety upgrades and enhancements, thanks to all our donors, partners, and members.