Sac and Fox Trail

Length 7.2 miles
Surface crushed limestone
Hours year-round, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fees none
Counties Linn
Cities Cedar Rapids
About this trail

About half of this trail winds through a deep forest valley, created by Indian Creek. The remaining trail, with more open terrain, follows along the Cedar River. Adjoining the Sac and Fox Trail in a series of loops is the narrow and wilder Cedar Greenbelt Trail, unsuitable for horses and bicycles, but exciting on foot! Trail users will also enjoy visiting the Indian Creek Nature Center, which has a gift shop and exhibits. A naturalist is available to answer questions on weekdays and by appointment on weekends.

Trail Managers
Local Tourism Info
Cedar Rapids Convention & Visitors Bureau - 319-398-5009 or 1-800-735-5557 - e-mail
Resources From Other Sites
Indian Creek Nature Center
This is a pdf of the Sac and Fox Trail brochure. There is a map of the trail with distances as well.
Linn County Trails
This link has another nice map with pictures along certain spots of the trail.
Linn County Conservation
This is the website of the Linn County Conservation Board. It has informative links to county parks, trails, campgrounds and more.
This website offers information on the Ioway Trail, including a description of the master plan, a list of participating trails, events, and contact information.