New Trail Signs on the Loop Trail (Nov 3, 2014). Details on News page.
See winning photographs from our Photo Contest on the News page (Dec 2)
Recreational Trails for walking and biking
- The sixteen-mile Fairfield Loop Trail.
- Eight miles of trails in Jefferson County Park.
- Walking-only trails in five locations.
- Cedar View Trail, 4.4 miles Fairfield to Libertyville.
- And more, including a State Preserve.
Travel parts of the Loop Trail with Werner Elmker via a YouTube video, "On and Off the Fairfield Trails".
"A slightly surrealistic trip through the entire Fairfield, Iowa loop trail in under 4 minutes". See it on YouTube here.
In person or on-line, enjoy the rich tapestry of Fairfield's past.
Looking for Water Trails?
Like to canoe, kayak, study nature, or fish?
Skunk River and Cedar Creek host water trails, and Fairfield's three lakes give you ample opportunities to enjoy water recreation.
The mission of the Jefferson County Trails Council is to build, construct, and maintain a network of trails for public use and enjoyment, and to promote, inform, and educate the general public about the trail system.
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