Here is the web site: http://www.siouxlandtrails.org/
Please bear with us it is still under construction.
Here is the map: http://www.siouxlandtrails.org/downl...Trails_Map.pdf
The map is available locally.
The locations it can be found are as follows:
The Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center
The Sgt Floyd Museum & Welcome Center
Sioux City Parks & Rec. office at the Long Lines Family Center
City Hall in Sioux City
South Sioux City Parks & Rec. office
City Hall in South Sioux City
Adams Nature Preserve Visitor Center
Albrecht's Cycle Shop
Scheels All Sports
Sgt. Bluff Rec. Center
Four Seasons Health Club
The Siouxland Y
Outside of the Sioux City area the maps will be available at bike shops in certain cities, they are as follows:
In South Dakota: Vermillion, Yankton & Sioux Falls
In Nebraska: Omaha
In Iowa: Council Bluffs & Des Moines
By all means please tell me your opinions of it. We are looking for improvment ideas for the next version we will have printed. Which is when all 3,500 of the current maps are gone.
There is another side to the map that I will try & have included in the PDF so both sides can be viewed. The other side has the safety tips, etc on it.
Here is a little story on the unveiling of the map. It also has the address to the trails foundation P.O. Box. If you would like a hard copy please send a self addressed stamped envelope & we will make sure you receive one.
Here is another story on the map & the foundation:
The hard copy version of the map is the perfect size. It folds up so it can easily fit in a jersey pocket, seat pack, purse, waste pack or even a back pants pocket.
If it was not for the grant from the Chesterman Family Foundation the map would not be free to the public. Thanks to the grant money it is free.