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As its name suggests, the Stockyards Trail runs through a predominantly industrial part of Sioux City, an area defined by its proximity to the confluence of the Floyd and Missouri Rivers as well as the railroad tracks that still service area businesses. The concrete trail is an urban sidepath, functioning as a widened sidewalk that runs along the side of Dace Avenue, Cunningham Drive, and Transit Avenue. Despite its unassuming appearance and lack of pleasant surroundings, the Stockyards Trail provides a useful path for cyclists and pedestrians to navigate the area - the trail also serves as part of the emerging Lewis and Clark Multiuse Trail network, a series of trails and on-road routes that the state of Iowa is developing from the South Dakota border all the way south to the Missouri border.
No dedicated parking is available for this trail. Parking may be available nearby on-street or at local businesses - be sure to follow any posted parking signs or regulations. The trail is also located along the route of the 6 Line bus, part of Sioux City's bus network.
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