Current routes in Cedar Falls, Iowa

Welcome to Cedar Falls, Iowa, the land of cornfields and Midwestern charm! If you're thinking of paying us a visit, fret not, as there are more ways to reach us than there are words to describe our sunsets.

Routes for Cedar Falls in all US states

One of the most popular ways to get to Cedar Falls is by hopping on the Interstate 380, a highway that stretches across Iowa's heartland and links us to major cities such as Waterloo, Iowa City, and Cedar Rapids. If you're coming from the north, you can take the I-35 south to the I-80 west and then cruise north on the I-380 to reach Cedar Falls. If you're coming from the south, you can take the I-80 east to I-380 north and voila! You're in our neck of the woods.

But wait, there's more! Another road that leads to Cedar Falls is the Highway 20, an east-west route that meanders through northern Iowa, connecting us to places like Dubuque, Sioux City, and Fort Dodge. If you're coming from the east, simply take the Highway 20 west to Cedar Falls, while if you're coming from the west, take the Highway 20 east to reach us.

And if you're the type who likes to stop and smell the roses (or rather, admire the cornfields), then consider driving through Highway 218. This route runs north-south through eastern Iowa, offering scenic views of the countryside. If you're coming from the south, take the Highway 218 north to Cedar Falls, and if you're coming from the north, take the Highway 218 south to reach us.

No matter which route you choose, you'll find that getting to Cedar Falls is a breeze, especially when you consider the warm welcome you'll receive when you arrive. We've got friendly locals, beautiful parks, and a plethora of attractions and activities to keep you busy.

When you're planning your trip, don't forget to check the weather forecast. Summers can be hot and humid, with occasional thunderstorms. Average temperatures range from the mid-70s to low 80s, with highs sometimes reaching into the 90s. In the winter, temperatures can drop to sub-zero levels, so be sure to pack your winter gear if you're visiting during this time.

All in all, Cedar Falls is a must-visit destination that offers something for everyone, regardless of the season or the route you choose. So pack your bags, hop in your car, and come see us soon! We promise we won't disappoint!

Building routes

The logistics application on our website will help you build an efficient (fastest, shortest) route to several specified points. The route can be laid taking into account traffic jams on the car or according to the absolute distances between points (conditionally by air). A feature of the service is a quick and easy indication of several route points - for example, to set points, you just need to click on the map in the right place. To change the point, the mark can be moved to a suitable location. The resulting route can be shared with friends or acquaintances. But a more familiar indication of points is also possible - by entering the beginning of the address and choosing the most suitable one among the proposed ones.

Features and Benefits

Possibility of laying the most optimal routes to Cedar Falls in terms of time costs.

  • Easy setting of points of departure and destination.
  • Ability to build a route for several points.
  • Ability to reuse and save the resulting route.

Go to the site and choose already paved routes to California, Mississippi, Nevada, and more than 20 cities, or create new ones. Plan your trip to or from Cedar Falls with us.