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Coralville Creekside Cross & Flow Trails

Admission Fee

Free and open to the public


Creekside Flow Trail Map

Creekside Cross map

About the Course

This 2.6 mile cross course opened in August 2017 and is the first permanent cyclocross course in Johnson County.  It is open to cyclocross biking, cross country running, and cross country skiing. 


*New at Creekside Cross*:  Flow trails Blue, Green, and Black called "Sand Crane" are now open.

General Yearly Schedule

January 1-spring thaw

Open daily, dawn to dusk
(Dates are dependent on weather and course conditions)

Spring thaw-June 30
The course may be closed in the spring when the ground is soft or for reseeding or trail maintenance. Check for current status.
Cross course and trails are currently open. If a rider is leaving tracks, they should not use the trails.

July 1-December 31
Open daily, dawn to dusk
(Dates are dependent on weather and course conditions)


Restrooms are available at the ballfield concessions stand when the Coralville Creekside Ballpark is open, and a porta-potty is provided June-November.


The course is just west of the Coralville Creekside Ballpark. Head west on Highway 6 past Coral Ridge Mall and Lowes. Take the first left past Lowes (Deer Creek Road). Cross the bridge and turn right (340th Street).

 Course Etiquette: Creekside Cross

  • Runners should stay on the right side of the mowed path.
  • Cyclists should announce themselves before passing. The person being passed should move to the right side to allow the person to pass on the left. 
  • Use good riding etiquette by not riding if ruts are being left behind.   

 Course Etiquette: Creekside Flow Trails

  • Pedestrians should use the Cross Course only for walking or jogging. Pedestrians should not be on the Flow Trails.
  • Riders should ride single file.
  • Cyclists should pass only on wide, flat trail sections and announce themselves before passing.
  • Use good riding etiquette.


  • Creekside Cross and Flow Trails are for mountain bike riders with some advanced experience.
  • A bike with a 2.4 inch tire or greater is recommended.
  • A helmet should be worn at all times.
  • Trail riders understand that mountain bike riding has risks, and any accidents are subject to the State of Iowa Recreational Immunity Laws, which state the rider understands and recognizes the risk of recreational sports.

Trail Skill Level

Trails are labeled:
  • Green: Beginners; some experience with mountain biking.
  • Blue: Intermediate; comfortable with twists, turns, and more advanced riding skills.
  • Black: Advanced; complicated runs with drops and air time.

Trail Access

Clear Creek Trail has been extended from east of Deer Creek Road to Creekside Ballpark, next to Coralville Creekside Cross. In the future, it will connect with Tiffin's trail west of I-380. The trail segments under the I-80 and I-380 bridges are not expected to open until 2024 due to the I-80/380 Systems Interchange project. Clear Creek Trail information