Hike or bike more than three miles of paved, multi-use trails. Ten miles of grass hiking trails are also available. Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are popular winter trail activities. George Wyth’s trail system is linked to a 100-mile trail network promoted by The Cedar Falls Partnership and links playgrounds, lakes, shopping districts and neighborhoods between Waterloo and Cedar Falls.
Observe a variety of bird species at the bird blind near the back of the park. More than two-hundred species of birds have been spotted by birders, along with other wildlife.
Boat or fish in one of four lakes at George Wyth including Brinker, George Wyth, Fisher and Alice Wyth lakes. Brinker Lake offers 180 acres of power boating; George Wyth Lake is a “no wake” lake with a swimming beach and universally accessible fishing pier; Fisher Lake is a 40-acre natural lake and an oxbow to the Cedar River and Alice Wyth Lake allows electric motors only across its 60 acres. Each lake contains a boat ramp and three universally accessible fishing jetties can be found around George Wyth Lake. .
at the park’s large campground, featuring electric and non-electric sites, modern showers and restrooms, and a trailer dump station. One-fourth of the campsites are available for self-registration on a first-come, first-serve basis and advance campsite reservations can be made online.
Reserve one of four open picnic shelters near the river and Fisher Lake for an outdoor gathering during your visit. The Canfield Shelter, Josh Higgins Shelter and Rotary Shelter are ADA accessible. The day-use lodge is available for large events such as wedding receptions and family reunions and can be reserved through the online reservation system.