Lester Matzen Bike Path

Iowa

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Lester Matzen Bike Path Facts

States: Iowa
Counties: Scott
Length: 1 miles
Trail end points: N. 16th Ave. and S. 1st Street
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 10874986

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Lester Matzen Bike Path Description

The Lester Matzen Bike Path is named in memory of an Eldridge man who is fondly remembered for collecting and restoring bicycles. The trail stretches along Le Claire Road between 1st Street and 18th Avenue and is perpendicular to the Eldridge/ Long Grove Trail, which connects to the neighboring city of Long Grove. The trail also provides access to the North Scott Senior High School on its west end, making it a safe way to commute to school for the town's youth. 

Parking and Trail Access

There is no dedicated trail parking for this trail; parking may be available at North Scott High School on the trail's west end. Additional on-street parking may be available; be sure to follow any posted signs or warnings.

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