Boy Scout Camp Ingawanis, Janesville, Iowa

MODERATE 2 reviews

Boy Scout Camp Ingawanis, Janesville, Iowa is a 4.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Janesville, IA that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Horses are also able to use this trail.

4.2 miles 343 feet Loop

kid friendly

birding

camping

hiking

mountain biking

nature trips

skiing

snowboarding

snowshoeing

trail running

walking

cross country skiing

horseback riding

forest

river

views

wild flowers

wildlife

This hiking location offers many different trail loops, from short to all day long if you hike them all. The trails are mostly shaded due to the densely wooded park. The park is mostly hilly, but some are relaxed. Nice park for mountain biking or gliding on a Segway, but is mostly used for hiking. Nice spacious atmosphere for trail hiking or a nice challenging glide on my Segway. The trails are well signed for marking the trail head (TH) direction, and difficulty ratings such as easiest to the more difficult. These trails were well maintained and mostly well-traveled as most of the trails were dirt, and you could see proof that they were traveled daily by mountain bikes and by foot traffic tracks. The trails varied in width about 18" - 36", and for the most part were all clear of debris and branches. The entire scout camp was full of rolling hills, so the entire hike was interesting and at times challenging. A trail head sign-in and sing-out board was available for hike safety and accountability. I will definitely be bringing my Segway i2 next time for a different trail experience.

trail running
7 months ago

hiking
4 years ago

Nice spacious atmosphere for trail hiking or a nice challenging glide on my Segway. The trails are well signed for marking the trail head (TH) direction, and difficulty ratings such as easiest to the more difficult. These trails were well maintained and mostly well-traveled as most of the trails were dirt, and you could see proof that they were traveled daily by mountain bikes and by foot traffic tracks. The trails varied in width about 18" - 36", and for the most part were all clear of debris and branches. The entire scout camp was full of rolling hills, so the entire hike was interesting and at times challenging. A trail head sign-in and sing-out board was available for hike safety and accountability. I will definitely be bringing my Segway i2 next time for a different trail experience.