Welcome to Siouxland Trails Foundation's home page! Thank you for taking the time to find out more about our organization. Expect improvements to our site soon!
Siouxland Trails Foundation is an all-volunteer, nonprofit corporation, established late in 2003 with the following goals and objectives:
- Advocacy for Trail Improvement
- Trail Safety
- Education and Publicity
- Trail Maintenance and Development
- Annual Bicycle Ride.
Siouxland Trails Map - 2nd Edition Now
The map was made possible by a generous
donation from Missouri River Historical Development (MRHD) and technical
assistance from SIMPCO. Foundation board member, Gina Sypersma, acted as Map
This spring outdoor displays of the map will be
added along the Sioux City riverfront."
The bad news is that the 3600 first editions of the Siouxland
Trails Map are now out of date. The good news is that 5,000 copies of the
2nd edition have been printed and are being distributed. Local bicycle
shops, parks and rec departments, the Lewis and Clark Center, and Sgt Floyd
Welcome Center all have the new map available FREE.
The new map is
available by link on this website and you can request a copy by mail by
sending a self addressed stamped envelope to - Siouxland Trails Foundation,
PO Box 752, Sioux City IA 51102.
The Foundation's primary focus is on improving the recreational trails in the Siouxland area, including
Woodbury County, Iowa;
Dakota County, Nebraska; and
Union County, South Dakota. Click on
About Us to learn more on the establishment and history of the Siouxland Trails Foundation.
Trails & Maps page is where you will find the Siouxland Trails Map, made possible through a grant from the
Missouri River Historical Development (MRHD) and a collaboration between Siouxland Trails Foundation and
Siouxland Interstate Metropolitan Planning Council (SIMPCO).
There is, of course, much more work to be done! The area trails can benefit from YOUR investment. See how you can join our efforts at
© Siouxland Trails Foundation
Iowa Park & Recreation Directors Recognize Siouxland Trails Foundation
as the Lay Volunteer Organization of the Year for the State of Iowa - for the second time, Siouxland Trails Foundation has received statewide recognition for its efforts from the Iowa Park and Rec Directors Association. Thank you, Terry Hoffman, Sioux City Parks and Rec Director, for nominating us. This is indeed a humbling honor that is shared by the riders and other donors who have funded STF as well as the board and many other volunteers who believe in our mission of improving trail opportunities in the Siouxland area. Thanks to everyone.