T-Bone Recreational Trail- Dunbar Rd Trail Head

Looking from the parking lot
Looking from the parking lot
On the trail, through the curves.

The T-Bone Recreation Trail runs from the city of Audubon into Cass County. This location is the current "end" of the trail.  The trail totals 21 miles.  Five of these miles are located in Cass County.  Eventually the trail will go into Atlantic, Iowa.  The trail is hard surface making it great for biking, walking, running, and rollerblading.   It is named for the T-Bone event that originated in the 1950s in Audubon when the farmers all loaded up their cattle on to a train and rode with them to market in Chicago.


From Olive St, head east on Dunbar Rd, the parking area will be on your right.

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The T-Bone trail is a hardsurface, eight feet wide, multi-use recreation trail spanning twenty-one miles. Five of these are located in Cass County, the trail also travels North to Audubon County.

Operating Hours & Seasons

The trail is open year-round, but snow usually is not removed.


The trail is closed to motor vehicles and horses.

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