Other Trails in the Fairfield Area
Jefferson County Trail System, presents local trails and general Fairfield information.
Fairfield Heritage Tour. See the many Historic Buildings in Fairfield.
Louden Tour. The importance of the Louden Manufacturing Company to Fairfield.
Many thanks to the Jefferson County Supervisors, for their continued financial support.
Pathfinders Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) Area, Inc. is a spark plug for economic development, natural resource conservation and recreation in its six-county area.
Places to Eat in Fairfield, a list from the Jefferson County Trails Council website.
All about Fairfield's Cultural District, including info about 1st Friday's Art Walk.
Fairfield Park & Recreation Dept, recreational facilities sponsored by the city of Fairfield.
The Fairfield Convention and Visitors Bureau's website has information about Fairfield.
The Fairfield Arts & Convention Center, just off the square, opened November 2007. It includes the 522-seat Sondheim Center Theater.
The free Fairfield Weekly Reader is published every Thursday and contains an events calendar, as well as articles about what is going on.
Fairfield Ledger, the local daily newspaper.
Fairfield Weather sources from the Trails Council website.
Chamber of Commerce, Fairfield information.
The City of Fairfield website.
KMCD-AM/Classic 96 FM website. Fairfield's radio stations bring you news, weather, events, and shopping. KMCD -1570AM and Classic 96 -95.9MHz FM.
KRUU FM Radio, 100.1 MHz on your FM band, is a non-commercial, non-profit, community-supported low-power radio station with a strong emphasis on locally created-and-produced programming.
Nearby Conservation Boards
Van Buren County Conservation Board, our neighbor to the south.
Henry County Conservation Department, our neighbor to the east.
Wapello County Conservation Board, our neighbor to our west.
Washington County Conservation Board, a neighbor to our north.
Keokuk County, another neighbor to our north, has a Conservation Board.
Des Moines County Conservation Board, further east (in Burlington, not the city of Des Moines).
For information about lakes and other places to fish in Iowa, go to the DNR webpage.