Waukee offers 23 miles of winding trails that connect neighborhoods and residents to different parts of the community. City officials invest in trails and greenways in an effort to make it easier for residents to travel by foot or bike in their own neighborhoods and beyond, fostering a greater sense of community. This investment also aims to support active pursuits through recreational opportunities and safety, ultimately promoting a healthy lifestyle. View the Trails Master Plan to learn more about how trails fit into Waukee's future.
The Raccoon River Valley Trail was designated as "One of Iowa’s Great Places" by the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs in January 2015. This honor came with a $200,000 state grant that contributed to the development, design and installation of Waukee Railroad Pergola - In the Shadow of the Rails located at the Waukee Trailhead. Learn more about this public art piece that illuminates the Raccoon River Valley Trail.
Heart of the Warrior Trail
The Heart of the Warrior Trail starts northeast of Waukee’s Centennial Park and runs east-to-west through the city.
Raccoon River Valley Trail
This trail features 89 miles of paved trail beginning in Waukee, winding through 14 other communities and looping back to Waukee.
Sugar Creek Trail
Take a stroll or ride along the picturesque Sugar Creek Trail in southern Waukee.
Check out trails in Waukee's Kettlestone Development!