About the Park
This County Park is one of the largest Parks in Iowa. It forms a greenbelt along the Cedar River from Cedar Falls to Washington-Union Bridge, four miles to the north.
It also adjoins Railroad Lake and Beaver Creek Access to the west. Falls Access, a State-owned area managed by the Black Hawk County Conservation Board, is also located west, just across the Cedar River. The Rotary Reserve is also located on the west side of the River.
This quiet retreat area is managed by the Black Hawk County Conservation Board in conjunction with the YMCA. It features a new all-season lodge, finished in 1994, for large group gatherings of up to 500 people.