2019 Route

Location: Boone River, Wright and Hamilton counties in Central Iowa
Distance: 64.6 miles

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2019 Route Map

Daily Itinerary

Sunday, July 7

Meet & Greet at River Park, Goldfield
• 1 to 3 p.m.: Iowa Project AWARE Event Kickoff
• Camp: River Park, Goldfield

Monday, July 8

River Park, Goldfield, to Troy Roadside Park, Wright County – 15.5 Miles
• Start: River Park, Goldfield
• Takeout/end: Troy Roadside Park, three miles south of Eagle Grove on Highway 17
• Camp: Briggs Woods Park, 2490 Briggs Woods Trail, Webster City

Tuesday, July 9

Troy Roadside Park to 173rd St – 12.2 Miles
• Start: Troy Roadside Park, three miles south of Eagle Grove on Highway 17
• Takeout/end: 173rd Street and Boone River, one mile east of Fisher Avenue
• Camp: Briggs Woods Park, 2490 Briggs Woods Trail, Webster City

Wednesday, July 10

173rd St to Briggs Woods Park – 15.5 Miles
• Start: 173rd Street and Boone River, one mile east of Fisher Avenue
• Half-way point (9.4 miles): Nokomis Park, 700 East St., Webster City
• Takeout/end: Briggs Woods Park, 2490 Briggs Woods Trail, Webster City
• Camp: Briggs Woods Park, 2490 Briggs Woods Trail, Webster City

Thursday, July 11

Briggs Woods Park to Bell’s Mill Park – 16.1 Miles
• Start: Briggs Woods Park, 2490 Briggs Woods Trail, Webster City
• Support (3.5 miles): Albright’s Canoe Access, 2667 Inkpaduta Ave., Webster City
• Support (7.6 miles): Tunnel Mill Canoe Access, 3050 Tunnel Mill Rd., Webster City
• Takeout/end: Bell’s Mill Park, 3100 Bell’s Mill Rd, Stratford
• Camp: Briggs Woods Park, 2490 Briggs Woods Trail, Webster City

Friday, July 12

Bell’s Mill Park to Boone Forks Access – 5.3 Miles
• Start: Briggs Woods Park, 2490 Briggs Woods Trail, Webster City
• Takeout/end: Boone Forks River Access, Boone River and Xavier Ave, Stratford