Recreation Trail

The Sioux Center recreation trail is designed to connect users to parks, schools and neighborhoods. It is a 2.9-mile paved trail for non-motorized use that runs from 20th Street Southeast to 12th Street Northeast. It also includes a 3.2-mile trail that connects to the Sandy Hollow Campground. Both trails provide easy access and safe travel between the community and recreational area. You can view a map of the trail here.

Trail users can enjoy a variety of activities including:
  • Bicycling
  • Jogging
  • Rollerblading
  • Walking
Recreational Trail Etiquette
Recreational Trail
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.
  • Stay to the right. 
  • Watch for other pathway users. 
  • Be predictable! Ride straight ahead.
  • Give audible warnings when passing pathway users. 
  • Ride at a safe speed. 
  • Wear a helmet.