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RACCOON RIVER VALLEY TRAIL

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RESTAURANTS

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VISITORS / YEAR

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Bicyclists, joggers, walkers, skaters, campers, cross-country skiers, birdwatchers, hunters, fishermen, naturalists and snowmobilers all use the RRVT, or at least those portions of the trail that are opened to specific uses.

In recent years, the Conservation Board directors, citing the reports from electrical counters along the trail, have estimated that more than 350,000 people per year are using the RRVT. With a 9-mile “connector” trail now planned between the RRVT and the popular High Trestle Trail, the number of users on both trails is expected to mushroom in the years ahead.

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RRVT NEWS

Here are progress photos on the “connector” trail leaving Perry

PERRY, Iowa, Sept. 19, 2018 -- The Dallas County Conservation Board this week released four photographs of progress being made in the construction of the "connector" trail linking the Raccoon River Valley Trail and the High Trestle Trail. When completed, the trail will stretch nine miles.

Check 10-year-old Tate Boyd’s $350 donation for our “connector” trail!

This lad from Urbandale & his sisters have quit asking for birthday gifts, and instead seek donations to favorite causes & projects. Tate, who also celebrates his "half birthdays," decided to ask for gifts to the "connector trail" being built to link the Raccoon River Valley & High Trestle Trails. Dallas County Conservation director Mike Wallace decided to try "leveraging" the youngster's generosity. So, who and how many will match Tate Boyd's $350 donation to the "connector"?

“Connector trail” is a $100,000 winner at Praire Meadows!

The casino resort and racetrack last week announced its 2018 "Legacy Grants," and one of them is coming to the Dallas County Conservation Board to help build the 9-mile, $5-million trail that will link the Raccoon River Valley Trail and the High Trestle Trail, between Perry and Woodward. Total raised for the new connector is now nearly 60 percent of the $5 million required.

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