Jefferson County Trails Council

The Trails of Jefferson County, Fairfield, IA

Jefferson County Park Trails

Jefferson County Park Trails - Scroll down to view a map.

For more information, go to the Jefferson County Conservation Board website.

Data for Jefferson County Park trails

Length= There are about eight miles of trails in Jefferson County Park.

About a mile of trail uses the abandoned Rock Island Railroad roadbed.   Railroad details.

Surface= Crushed limestone.

The Main Entrance to the Park is on Libertyville Rd, 1.3 miles west of Iowa Hwy 1.

The Northeast Entrance to the Park is for walkers and bicyclists only, via the Erma Hartman Trail.

The North Access, on 32nd St., 0.9 miles south of Hwy 34, is for walkers and bicyclists only. Connects to the Cedar View Trail.  Parking available.

The new Prairie & Pond Trail provides access to the northern trails of the park via S. 23rd St.

Below is the new Swinging Bridge in Jefferson County Park, a replacement for the worn-out bridge

Swinging bridge in Jefferson County Park

Travel Jefferson County Park and others with Werner Elmker via a YouTube video, "Jefferson County Park, Cedar View Trail & Whitham Woods"

Below is a location map of Jefferson County Park, and a detailed map of the park and surroundings.

Jefferson County Park Map


Map of Jefferson County Park Back to top

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.

Every effort is made to ensure accurate information is posted to the site. However, Jefferson County Trails Council does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of the content on this site or content which is referenced by or linked to this site. © 2001-2016 Jefferson County Trails Council, Fairfield, Iowa.  Updated 05-06-16


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