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Biking Biking at Squaw Creek Park
Squaw Creek Park now features a Mountain Bike Trail with the Linn Area Mountain Bike Association. For a trail map click here. In 2010, LAMBA entered into an agreement with Linn County to create a collection of singletrack trails within the interior of the existing pathway loop. The approved design includes two loops combining to create approximately two miles of trails.
Camping Camping at Squaw Creek Park
Squaw Creek Park offers 69 campsites with a modern, state-of-the-art restroom and shower facility.  Campgrounds are usually open April 15 through late October, weather and ground conditions permitting. The Squaw Creek Campground is divided into two camping areas: A Loop and B Loop.  A Loop at Squaw Creek Park is the only family campground in the Linn County Park system that allows advanced reservations.  To reserve a site, click here and select the campsite you are interested in. There are two sanitary dumping stations nearby
Equestrian Activities Equestrian Activities at Squaw Creek Park
The 4 mile trail winds through a variety of vegetation types ranging from open meadows to brushy creek bottoms to mature timber.  Users have the opportunity to enjoy the solitude of a ride in the woods while viewing wildflowers and abundant wildlife.  The trail is popular for horseback riding. Large lot for trailer parking. 
 
Hunting Hunting at Squaw Creek Park
A portion of Squaw Creek Park is opened for antlerless bow hunting. An application must be made to Linn County Conservation. Names and zones are chosen by lottery system. For more information, please call 319-892-6450
Picnicking Picnicking at Squaw Creek Park
Squaw Creek has many areas available for picnicking. Close to the playground, trail system, dog exercise areas you can make a day of it at the park!
Trails & Hiking Trails & Hiking at Squaw Creek Park
The 4 mile trail winds through a variety of vegetation types ranging from open meadows to brushy creek bottoms to mature timber.  Users have the opportunity to enjoy the solitude of a hike in the woods while viewing wildflowers and abundant wildlife.  The trail is popular for hiking, horseback riding, nature study, running and cross country skiing.  A portion of the trail system is groomed for cross country skiing, both classical and skate-ski styles.  The trail system include a mountain biking system, developed and managed by LAMBA and equestrian-friendly trails.
Winter Activities Winter Activities at Squaw Creek Park
 A portion of the trail system is groomed for cross country skiing, both classical and skate-ski styles. Many users also enjoy our lighted downhill sledding area. Bring your wood and start a fire in the stove of the warming shed or rent Red Cedar Lodge to host a sledding party.

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