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TrailAlerts TrailAlerts
Mud Creek Bridge Replacement & Box Culvert Repairs
Date Posted
72 days ago
Park Avenue bridge replacement project. Detour signs will be posted.
Date Posted
271 days ago
Trail Closed North and South of University Avenue
Date Posted
435 days ago
Shaulis Road Trail closed between Hess Road and Highway 218
Date Posted
435 days ago
Bridge construction at 11th Street, trails closed both sides of river under the bridge
Date Posted
148 days ago
Paved Trail

Greenhill Trail

6.7 mi
1 hr 30 min
Route Type
Trail Details
Type: Urban Trail
State: Iowa
Counties: Black Hawk
Category: Concrete

Greenhill Trail

This trail is an east/west arterial trail connecting residents and visitors to shopping and recreational trails on the south side of Cedar Falls. It connects with the Cedar Prairie Trail in Cedar Falls, and in the east, with South Riverside Trail in Waterloo. There is a new extension of the trail from Hudson Road west and north connecting to W 27th St on the UNI campus by the UNI Dome and McLeod Center. 

This trail is part of the Cedar Prairie Loop. The four trails that make up this 19.3 mile loop are the Cedar Prairie Trail, Greenhill Road Trail, South Riverside Trail and the Sergeant Road Trails

Greenhill Trail

Cedar Falls and Waterloo, Iowa

  • Disc Golf
  • Valley View Park
  • Black Hawk County YMCA
Trail Activities

What you can do





Roller Skating

Nearby Amenities

Useful features & facilities



Wheelchair Accessible

Picnic Shelters

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Connecting Trails

University Avenue Trail

The University Avenue Trail is a long sidepath trail that connects west Cedar Falls with Downtown Waterloo.

Cedar Prairie Trail

The trail runs through suburban areas as well as the Katoski Greenbelt and Robinson Bird Sanctuary.

South Riverside Trail

Trail runs from Main St., Cedar Falls, along the Cedar River, through Sherwood Park, and into Downtown Waterloo.

Cedar Valley Lakes Trail

The trail runs from Black Hawk Park in northern Cedar Falls, through Waterloo, all the way to the Cedar Valley Nature Trail.


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