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TrailAlerts TrailAlerts
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Park Avenue bridge replacement project. Detour signs will be posted.
Date Posted
Today
2/4
Trail Closed North and South of University Avenue
Date Posted
165 days ago
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Shaulis Road Trail closed between Hess Road and Highway 218
Date Posted
165 days ago
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Bridges out between University Avenue and Fletcher Parkway.
Date Posted
165 days ago
Paved Trail

Park Avenue Bike Lane

1.0 mi
Distance
15 Min
Time
Concrete
Surface
Urban
Route Type
Trail Details
Type: Bike Lane
State: Iowa
Counties: Black Hawk
Category: Urban

Park Avenue Bike Lane

The Park Avenue Bike Lanes are used by bicycles to cross the Cedar River in Downtown Waterloo. These bike lanes take you to several outdoor entertainment venues.

On the East end of the trail is Lincoln Park and on the West side of the Cedar River is the RiverLoop Amphitheatre & Expo Plaza.

There is also Washington Park, and the Sullivan Brothers Iowa Veterans Museum & Grout Museum of History & Science.

The bike lane connects to the South Riverside Trail on the south side of the river and the Cedar Valley Lakes Trail on the north.

Park Avenue Bike Lane

Park Avenue, Waterloo, Iowa

Trailhead is anywhere along the street.

  • Lincoln Park
  • Cedar River Dam
  • RiverLoop Amphitheatre
  • RiverLoop Expo Plaza
  • Washington Park
  • Sullivan Brothers Iowa Veterans Museum & Grout Museum of History & Science
  • Bluedorn Science
  • Imaginarium Waterloo Center for the Arts
  • Phelps Youth Pavilion
  • Waterloo Community Playhouse
  • BlackHawk Reed Park and splash pad
Trail Activities

What you can do

Biking

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Connecting Trails

18th Street – Waterloo

18th Street Trail is a short trail connecting the Cedar Valley Lakes Trail, Riverview Recreation Trail, and the 218 Trail.

218 Trail

Named for the U.S. Highway that the trail follows, the 218 Trail forms a very important connection in the trail network.

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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