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The Iowa Great Lakes Trail winds its way through the Iowa Great Lakes region, which offers plenty of outdoor opportunities for visitors. The multi-use Iowa Great Lakes Trail provides local citizens and visitors a safe place to bike, walk, rollerblade, run and cross-country ski.

Dickinson County Trails

July Trail Talk

erin : July 25, 2017 12:18 pm : news, Uncategorized
The Okoboji Foundation is inviting everyone to participate in the $5,000 July Nonprofit Challenge at GiveOkoboji.com.  The fund with the highest giving total over $5,000 in July receives an additional $5,000 from the Okoboji Foundation.  Please consider giving to the Dickinson County Trails Endowment Fund during July to help the ...

$5,000 July Nonprofit Challenge

erin : July 11, 2017 4:14 pm : news, Uncategorized
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June Trail Talk

erin : June 26, 2017 4:11 pm : news, Uncategorized
DCTB’s 2017 fundraiser event is coming up this weekend on Saturday, June 24 at the Arnolds Park Pavilion.  This year’s event will highlight the Rail Trail and kickoff the effort to raise local matching funds for its construction.  Get your Steampunk gear on and come celebrate 37 miles of Rail ...

Rail Trail Rally ~ SPONSOR and TICKET INFO

erin : June 8, 2017 2:45 pm : news, Uncategorized
~ RAIL TRAIL RALLY SPONSOR & TICKET FORM ~  Limited single tickets without Sponsorship are available as space permits for $100/Person. Tickets are also available at Okoboji Expedition Co. & The Three Sons   Thank you to the following Sponsors!                     ENGINEER | $5,000 Sponsor                        CONDUCTOR | $1,000 Sponsor                SIGNALMAN | ...

SPINE TRAIL MAINTENANCE BEGINS JUNE 8, 2017

erin : June 7, 2017 12:59 pm : news, Uncategorized
Maintenance Projects to Begin on Several Areas of the Spine Trail: Starting on Thursday, June 8 Diamond Concrete will be working on the Spine Trail through East Okoboji Slough, south of the Gingham Inn.  They will be rebuilding the trail embankment and replacing approximately 200 feet of pavement with concrete.  Access ...
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