Community. Family. Friends. It’s all here in Robins, Iowa.

Robins, Iowa, the third largest city in Linn County in terms of area, is a welcoming small town ideal for family life. Located four miles north of Cedar Rapids, Robins has more than 3,440 residents, and it’s always growing! In order to better serve its growing population, Robins has grown its park space and walking trails over the last decade. In 2008, grants from the Resource Enhancement and Protection and Department of Natural Resources made it possible to expand South Troy Park, the oldest park in Robins. The concepts for East Knoll Park were completed in 2008 and the new pavilion opened in 2011.

The Cedar Valley Nature Trail can be accessed from several points in Robins. Four miles of the trail run through the city, north to south, County Home Road to Tower Terrace Road. Trailheads with parking can be accessed just off of Boyson Road as well as just off County Home Road. The trail in South Troy Park will be expanded and will connect to the Cedar Valley Nature Trail near Robins Road.

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