The Cedar Prairie Trail is one in a series of trail systems throughout Cedar Falls, Iowa. The trail runs between the South Riverside Trail
at Waterloo Rd. and the Sergeant Road Trail
along Sergeant Road (US 63) just north of Shaulis Road south of Cedar Falls.
The path travels over gently rolling hills and passed a few suburban neighborhoods and light industrial areas before entering the Katoski Greenbelt, a beautiful, tree-lined path beside Black Hawk Creek. The trail also goes through Robinson Bird Sanctuary.
Access the Cedar Prairie Trail at the southern end from the Sergeant Road Trail and at the northern end from the South Riverside Trail (no parking either end). You can park in the cul-du-sac at the end of Main Street (south of Greenhill Rd.) and toward the northern end at Round Park off Main Street just south of SR 58/27.
This trail is part of the bigger Cedar Valley trail system. My husband and I spent the weekend at George Wyth State Park and rode most the the trail system. It connects right in the park. Really nice trail with loops so you can go out on multiple days ...