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TrailAlerts TrailAlerts
1/5
Park Avenue bridge replacement project. Detour signs will be posted.
Date Posted
159 days ago
2/5
Trail Closed North and South of University Avenue
Date Posted
323 days ago
3/5
Shaulis Road Trail closed between Hess Road and Highway 218
Date Posted
323 days ago
4/5
Bridge construction at 11th Street, trails closed both sides of river under the bridge
Date Posted
36 days ago
5/5
Bridges out between University Avenue and Fletcher Parkway.
Date Posted
323 days ago
Soft Trails

George Wyth State Park

Trail Details
Type: Developed, Multiuse
State: Iowa
Counties: Black Hawk
Category: Greenway, Double Track, Single Track

George Wyth State Park Soft Trails

George Wyth State Park is located on the Cedar River and has 4 lakes including George, Alice, Brinker and Fisher. There is 5.5 miles of paved multiuse trail and over 15 different soft trails that provide extraordinary views of nature and wildlife.

These off road trails are used for biking, hiking, running, skiing and wildlife viewing throughout George Wyth State Park. On the other side of the Cedar river lies Hartman Reserve which is connected to George Wyth State Park by a paved trail. Hartman Reserve has more than 10 soft trails and has a nature center located within the reserve. 

Since the George Wyth State Park is in the Cedar River flood plain the trails are mostly flat with many curves.

3659 Wyth Rd, Waterloo Iowa

Many of the parking lots have access to the off-road trails or the paved trails.

Hikers (0.6 miles)
Huggy Bear (0.58 miles)
Fast Times (0.66 miles)
Tunnel Trail (0.6 miles)
Fisherman's Trail (0.43 miles)
Joe's Trail
Wonderland (0.95 miles)
Prison Break (1.45 miles)
Twisty Trail (0.4 miles)
Lodge Trail (0.29 miles)
Campground Trail (0.37 miles)
Thorny Cottonwood (0.57 miles)
BLT (0.8 miles)
George Wyth Main Trail (0.62)
George Wyth Main Trail (0.63)
Dike Double Track (0.72)

  • Bird blind
  • Hiking trails
  • Playground
  • Swimming beach
  • Boat ramps (4)
  • Universally accessible fishing pier
  • Universally accessible fishing jetties (3)
  • Day-use lodge (1);
  • DA accessible Shelters (4)
  • Modern restrooms
  • Showers
  • Electric Campsites (47)
  • Non-electric campsites (13)
  • Tent only campsites (6)
  • Walk to campsites (3)
  • Youth group only campsites (1)
  • Dump station
Trail Activities

What you can do

Biking

Boating

Camping

Playgrounds

Fishing

Running

Hiking

Winter Activities

Walking

Bird Viewing

Nearby Amenities

Useful features & facilities

RV Hookups

Grills

Fix-It Stations

Wheelchair Accessible

Parking

Shade

Picnic Shelters

Lake

Restrooms

View Other

Connecting Trails

Greenhill Trail

Part of the Cedar Valley Trails Network, the trail runs through open country and residential areas a

Cedar Valley Lakes Trail

The trail runs from Black Hawk Park in northern Cedar Falls, through Waterloo, all the way to the Ce

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