George Wyth State Park
If itís off road your after George Wyth has plenty of single track dirt trails too. These trails run throughout the park and are easy enough for a beginner but still fun for more advanced riders. Again there are no big climbs. There are a lot of quick drops and short up-hills but your momentum should be enough to get you over most of the steep hills. You can choose your own speed to ride trough the many tight curves. The best single track trials, in my opinion, are right to the south west of Alice Wyth Lake. There are also some good single-track trails to the west of the campgrounds. Explore them all. Itís a blast.
How to get there:
-Go on Highway 58 North
-Turn right at the Airport Exit and continue east on Highway 57 (also called: First Street, Cedar Falls and Broadway Street, Waterloo)
-Turn right onto Airport Boulevard at the first stoplight.
-Take the next right turn into George Wyth Park at the park sign
2. From Waterloo, Iowa:
-Go on 218 North (this will go north and then west).
-Take the Airport Exit.
-Turn left onto Broadway Street (also called Highway 57).
-Go to Airport Boulevard (the first stop light after turning onto Broadway).
-Turn left onto Airport Boulevard.
Go past one set of stoplights and take the next right into George Wyth Park at the park sign
3. From north of Cedar Falls:
-Take Highway 218 and 58 south.
-Take the Cedar Falls, First Street Exit.
-Turn left onto First Street (also called Highway 57 and Broadway Street).
-Go east to Airport Boulevard.
-Turn right onto Airport Boulevard (the first stop sign).
-Take the next right into George Wyth Park at the park sign.