The Sioux Center recreation trail is designed to connect users to parks, schools and neighborhoods. It offers about 7 miles of paved trail for non-motorized use running from north to south through Sioux Center. It includes the 3.2-mile paved trail that connects to the Sandy Hollow Campground. The trail provides safe travel and easy access to parks and recreational areas as well as schools and neighborhoods. You can view a map of the trail (PDF).
Trail users can enjoy a variety of activities including:
Recreational Trail Etiquette
To promote a safe environment for all pathway users, the Sioux Center Parks Department recommends:
Avoiding putting yourself or others at risk
Keeping dogs on a leash and cleaning up after them
Not riding horses on the pathway
Passing other users on the left
Showing courtesy and respect to other pathway users at all times
Using the right side of the pathway
Yielding to wheelchairs, no matter who has the right of way
Guidelines for Bike Trail Users
Be predictable! Blade straight ahead.
Blade at a safe speed.
Listen for audible warnings and allow faster pathway users to pass freely.
Wear helmets and protective gear.
Be especially alert when running.
Listen for audible signals and allow faster pathway users to pass freely.