Trails Throughout Coralville
Coralville has over 20 miles of recreational trails and over extra-wide sidewalks that connect throughout the community. As Coralville grows, we have identified about 40 additional miles of trail which could be part of future development.
Trail development is funded in two ways in Coralville:
Area Trail & Bike Parking Maps
- Through state and federal grant programs with match money from local hotel / motel taxes
- Through working with developers as subdivisions are planned to place dual-purpose trails for recreational use and for sewer manhole access
Coralville has several trailheads or facilities to help users enjoy the trail system. Trailheads have parking, restrooms, and amenities such as shelters or concessions. The following serve as trailheads in Coralville:
Overnight parking is not allowed at these facilities. Event planners desiring to use a trailhead as part of the event, a special events application will need to be completed and rental charges may apply.
Motorized vehicles are not allowed on Coralville trails except for parks maintenance vehicles. Equestrian use along trails in Coralville is prohibited.
View Policy for Use of Other Power-Driven Mobility Devices
The City of Coralville's policy is to not remove snow on trails unless they are directly linked to a passageway to a school. Those trails are:
- The Auburn Hills trail segment northeast from Brown Deer Road under the Muddy Creek Bridge to Kate Wickham School
- The Auburn Hills Trail segment north from Kate Wickham School through the woods, and at the T-intersection to go east to Auburn Hills Drive and west to Muddy Creek Lane
- The Oakdale Boulevard Trail from Kate Wickham Elementary to 12th Avenue
- One path through S.T. Morrison Park leading to Northwest Junior High and Kirkwood School complex
- Sidewalks in Central Park that provides access to Coralville Central Elementary School
Contact Parks and Recreation for more information at 319.248.1750.