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Bob Hazel
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Walking

A nice dog friendly trail through old growth oak,walnut, and hickory forest. good for trail running or walking. Would recommend later in the evening or early morning for best chance to see wildlife. Trail could potentially be a little confusing due to some off shoots but no problem if you’re using the trail map on the app. Has potential to be quite muddy and somewhat buggy due to its proximity to the river. All in all a good trail for most skill levels.

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Jennifer Bowser
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HikingBlowdownOff trailOver grown

Great hike but there was a storm that came through in the last week that caused a lot of bigger branches to fall on the trail. Most we were able to clear but there was a few spots we had to climb over or through to pass.

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Jeremy Cochran
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Hiking

excellent, we'll maintained, easy to navigate. Burial mounds are awesome. This would also be good a snowshoeing trail.

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Marcel DeBlieck
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Hiking

a bit crowded but nice trail

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Josh Sutton
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HikingOver grown

The trail was slightly over grown on the back half but really not too bad. Lots of shade and almost no bugs. I didn’t wear bug spray and didn’t have to deal with any mosquitoes. Only passed a handful of people on the trail today.

Hannah Salrin
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HikingOver grown
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Caro H
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Hiking

A hidden gem near Cedar Rapids! Well maintained trail and with plenty of shade from the sun. There are some areas with stone steps that could be difficult for some people or for kids. I walked this trail and sat down for a picnic by the river afterwards. It was a very relaxing afternoon!

Jennifer Bowser
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Hiking

Awesome out and back paved trail with tons of alternate dirt trails!

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Walla Malkawi
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Hiking

Very nice trail, actually it is more than a single trail. Starting from the east lake trail which ends at the beach site then you will keep walking tell finding the west lake trail. The west lake trail ends up by a camping site. By crossing the road, a six pine trail starts (0.3 mi) it has some steep elevations. Six pine trail ends up by another camping site. It is very nice one, i would like to visit it again!

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Xa Braga
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HikingOver grown

Some of the grassy paths along the park boundaries are overgrown – they’re holding a lot of moisture doing so, and will probably soak your feet. If it’s hot and you have the proper foot wear, it might be refreshing and cooling.

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Brian Bowles
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HikingBlowdown
Shawn Graves
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Hiking

It is dog friendly and fairly pretty, but I pulled over 2 dozen ticks off my dog and at least 5 ticks off myself. I wouldnt bring a dog here. Or at least not in July

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Chris Garrett
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HikingOver grown

Few sections were not maintained. Would recommend boots and pants

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Shannon Dean
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Hiking

We found a sweet little spot to swim away from the crowds in the Iowa river after crossing the dam. We had a nice uncrowded hike getting there. Then had to check out the swimming area which was crowded but we couldn’t resist.

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Jonathon Cole
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Hiking

Great trail. Mostly shaded. Good exercise and fun scenery. Not very challenging but perfect for a family or just some outdoors time. Map is good to have though as it’s not all well marked.

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Chloe Gearhart
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HikingBugsNo shade

This is a really lovely trail! Great hills, beautiful landscape and really well maintained. It was a little muddy in spots this morning but not too bad. The bugs were tolerable bring your spray!

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Dor Morag
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The overlooks near the visitor center are great, the falls are underwhelming.. do the hike only for sports, otherwise the 500 yards to Crow's Nest are enough

Abby Berger
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Hiking
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derek derek lounsberry
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Road biking

good trail for shade. busy so be aware of what is going on around you

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Lisa Miner
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Hiking

This is a fun short loop hike. We loved the suspension bridge. We did the loop twice in a row to make it a bit longer of a hike. One of our favorites.

Jason Sydejko
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HikingFeeNo shade

I couldn’t find it on All Trails, but there’s a ‘Main Loop Trail’ at Whiterock thats 9.7 miles. I did that yesterday in the heat/sun. With the breeze out there it really wasn’t too bad. The trail was very well maintained. Ticks were not an issue at all. In almost ten miles I saw only one. There is a $2 fee (suggested donation) for hiking. I didn’t run into anyone else on the whole trail, so if you’re looking at social distancing this would be a good spot. There are quite a few benches and whatnot on the side of the path to stop and take a break on. Loved the area. Can’t wait to head back and check out some of the other trails they’ve got

André R
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It’s would have been nice to go into the caves but due to the COVID-19 they where closed.

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Gerald Denehy
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HikingClosed
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