Jefferson County Trails Council

The Trails of Jefferson County, Fairfield, IA

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Crow Creek segment of the Fairfield Loop Trail
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The Crow Creek segment follows Crow Creek from Chautauqua Park to the Neff Wetlands.  A concrete-surfaced section connects to a crushed limestone surface in a wooded low-land, where three bridges cross creeks in the Fry property.

One of three bridges on the Crow Creek segment

Crow Creek photo essays and history

Data for Crow Creek segment

Length= 0.6 miles.

Surface=Crushed limestone; concrete at the northern end.

North Entry= The Huggins Family Bridge in Chautauqua Park (connects to BNSF segment).

South Entry= The intersection of Glasgow Rd and Middle Glasgow Rd (connects to Lamson Woods/Neff segment).

Restroom: In Chautauqua Park, western end.

Parking is available in Chautauqua Park, and there is a small parking lot on Middle Glasgow Rd.

Nearby Parks:

Chautauqua Park connects to the Loop Trail via the Huggins Bridge.   Photo essay.

Fairfield Little Ruth League is on Glasgow Road, at East Burlington Ave.   Photos here.

Chautauqua Park area Map

Crow Creek segment map


One of three bridges volunteers built on the Crow Creek segment.
One of three bridges volunteers built on the Crow Creek segment

Dr Nash has his grand-daughter help.
Dr Nash has his grand-daughter help

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