Council Bluffs is home to a robust trail system with more than 40 miles of recreational trails used by walkers, runners, and cyclists. Trails wind from the east side of Council Bluffs all the way to River's Edge Park and connect to the Bob Kerry Pedestrian Bridge. Download the trail map for details.
Mosquito Creek Trail, approximately 0.5 miles south of of I-29 as it passes under the railroad bridge. The repair requires an update of the original engineer drawings and coordination with state and local agencies. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Mountain Biking Trails THOR maintains the mountain bike trail at Lewis and Clark Monument and Scenic Overlook Trails Have Our Respect (THOR)
AVOID USING THE COUNCIL BLUFFS RECREATION COMPLEX AS A TRAILHEAD The Council Bluffs Recreation Complex, located at 2900 Richard Downing Avenue, adjoins the Council Bluffs Trails system. For security reasons, the Complex’s parking lots are locked when games are not underway. Trail users who park at the Complex run the risk of returning to find their car locked in.