I.R.T.H. Commission from Hardin County and
T.R.A.I.L.S. Inc from the
City of Marshalltown
to bring You...
for Outdoor Recreation !!!
Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation
February 20, 2018
Iowa Bicycling Day at the Capitol
Iowa State Capitol · Des Moines
July 22-28, 2018 RAGBRAI 2018
Saturday June 2, 2018
National Trails Day
"Hit the Trails. Make New Friends.Discover Your Adventure"
Thursday, April 12, 2018
About forty volunteers, in partnership with Park and Rec, helped with the cleanup of the bike trail from Keyer Trailhead (Wilson Circle) to Summit Road. They worked Thursday morning in beautiful weather to pick up trash and clean up brush and heavy trash also. Many thanks to everyone who helped! More pictures will be coming in another post.
The Trail is now OPEN in certain areas...
In Marshalltown the trail is open for some 2.2 miles extending from the Ann Keyser Trailhead at Wilson Circle to the Summit Street Viaduct.
Saturday, May 19th will be the trail ribbon cutting in Steamboat Rock to open a short section starting right South of county Hwy D35 heading West, over the river
Users can enjoy a variety of activities including:
Recreational Trail Etiquette
To promote a safe environment for all
trail users, we recommend:
* Avoiding putting yourself or others at risk
* Keeping dogs on a leash and cleaning up after them
* Passing other users on the left
* Showing courtesy & respect to other users at all times
* Using the right side of the pathway
* Yielding to wheelchairs, no matter who has the right of way
Motorized vehicles are not allowed on the Iowa River Trail except for maintenance vehicles.
Equestrian use along the trail is prohibited.
mapped by the Iowa DOT
Engineering inspection of the wooden bridges in Marshall County shows that they will need to be replaced - there is hope that many in Hardin County can be rehabbed.
Here is a look at some of the bridges in Marshall County
The former rail corridor will create a trail between Steamboat Rock, loop between Pine Lake State Park
and Eldora and connect to Union, Liscomb, Albion and Marshalltown. It will also connect to the nearly 700-mile Central Iowa Trail system. Marshalltown is going to construct a 10' wide concrete trail starting from the very south point, approximately 7000' in length. With Hardin County starting clear on their North end. Hardin County's section will differ slightly from Marshalltown, in that it will be an 8' concrete trail with a 5' soft extended trail shoulder on one side and a 2' shoulder on the other. This will help to accommodate snowmobile usage in the winter and minimize maintenance issues on the concrete path.
May 9, 2018 NEA Press Release
May 9, 2018 City of Marshalltown -Arts-based Community Development Investment for Marshalltown.
Ribbon Cutting in Steamboat Rock May 19th