Sugar Bottom
Trail Open

Woodpecker
Trail Open

Creekside
Trail Closed

Terry Trueblood
Trail Open

Trail Status
March 4, 2024

Sugar Bottom
Trail Open

Woodpecker
Trail Open

Creekside
Trail Closed

Terry Trueblood
Trail Open

Trails & Maps

Howdy! It’s time to saddle up and ride!

Are you ready to hit the trails and experience the best of what Iowa has to offer?

Well, hold on tight because we’re about to compare the most popular trails in the area.

First up, we have Sugar Bottom, the OG of single tracks that’s so technical it’ll have you saying “woah!”

Then there’s Woodpecker Singletrack, a flat and fast ride that’s perfect for those who are still learning the ropes (or spokes).

And let’s not forget about Creekside, the new kid on the block with banked turns and table tops that’ll have you feeling like a pro in no time.

Last but not least, we have Terry Trueblood, a short but sweet loop that’s full of surprises – including a dragon’s head stump that may or may not breathe fire.

So grab your helmet, pack some snacks, and get ready to ride with ICORR!

Below is a list of trail guidelines to follow while you use the Sugar Bottom Trail System:

1. Ride only on OPEN trails – Trails are closed when soft or muddy conditions exist.

TRAIL STATUS HOTLINE: 319-248-1255
Please call for detailed trail conditions before riding or visit https://icorrmtb.org

NOTE: The signs at the trailhead override both the website and hotline. Riders on closed trails are subject to fines.

2. ALL TRAILS ARE ONE WAY! Check signs before entering a trail.

3. Helmets are STRONGLY recommended

4. Use of child carriers is NOT recommended.

5. Stay on the trails – Please don’t create shortcuts or bypasses.

6. DO NOT remove logs or other obstacles from the advanced “black” rated trails.

7. The Trail Patrol are there to assist, educate and inform. They will try to answer any questions you may have as well as lend mechanical assistance or call for medical help.

8. Carry out all litter. Do not discard your bottles, wrappers, and garbage within the park. Trash cans are available at the pavilion and parking lot.

We hope you enjoy the trails and consider a donation of $1 per ride to help with tool maintenance and materials for the trails such as bridges and signs. (Donation box located at the sign board.)