Iowa Recreational Trails Getting $2.7 Million Boost

Photo shows bicyclists riding on the High Trestle Trail in central Iowa

Photo: Dallas County Conservation

(Undated) -- Several recreational trails in Iowa are getting a financial boost. The Iowa Transportation Commission has approved $2.7 (M) million dollars worth of improvements.

The projects and amounts granted are as follows:

  • Raccoon River Valley Trail to High Trestle Trail Connector Phase VI
  • (Dallas County Conservation Board)                                                                $ 675,000
  • Red Rock Prairie Trail: Prairie City to Mitchellville
  • (Jasper County Conservation Board)                                                               $ 499,800
  • Fontana Park Learning and Discovery Trail
  • (Buchanan County Conservation Board)                                                          $ 238,534
  • Hoover Trail Bridge #2 (Cedar County Conservation Board)                      $ 130,000
  • Copper Creek Mountain Bike Park (Polk County Conservation Board)            $ 400,000
  • Little River Scenic Pathway Phase 2           
  • (Decatur County Conservation Board)                                                              $ 346,913
  • Ballpark to Ballpark Shelby County Trail Phase 2 (Shelby County)               $ 462,868

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