Boone River Recreational Trail


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Boone River Recreational Trail Facts

States: Iowa
Counties: Hamilton
Length: 5.7 miles
Trail end points: Nokomis Park and Briggs Woods Park
Trail surfaces: Concrete
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 9750894

Boone River Recreational Trail Description

There are few better ways to experience Boone River without actually getting your feet wet than the Boone River Recreational Trail. The trail weaves along the scenic river, taking you from one end of Webster City to the other. The start point of the concrete multi-use path is Nokomis Park. As you travel southward, scenery will switch from riparian forest to flat farmland, and natural prairies. The trail also connects to other recreational areas, including parks, golf courses and fishing jetties. Walkers, joggers, cyclists and other non-motorized uses are welcome to share the 10-ft wide path. Crossings are almost all below grade. Your journey will end in Briggs Woods Park.  


Parking and Trail Access

There is parking available at the northern endpoint, Nokomis Park & Middleton Sports Complex (700 East Street).  The park includes sports fields and canoe access to the river. If you choose to begin from the south end, you can park at Briggs Woods Park (2450-2498 Briggs Woods Rd.). Facilities here include an RV Park and a golf course.

Boone River Recreational Trail Reviews

Boone River Rec. Trail

Do not overlook this trail. This trail is concrete, and a fun ride for many reasons. It offers scenery along a lake, a ride thru the woods, with riding over bridges, under bridges, along the Boone River some, and the edge of Webster City for a bit, with open field too. Possible to see deer along the way as well. Trail is mostly flat, with a few hills, but nothing of great concern. The small hills add to the adventure along with the many turns. This trail offers a great ride with benches along the way if needed to take in the moment or rest a spell. This trail is just over 11 miles round trip. A well done trail, and you won't be disappointed.

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