|City||Cordova (IL), East Moline (IL), Hampton (IL), Moline (IL), Port Byron (IL), Rapids City (IL), Rock Island (IL)|
|Length||34.0 miles, Network|
As the Great River Trail (GRT) winds through riverfront communities and countryside, trail users will enjoy breathtaking views of the Mississippi River, abundant wildlife, and opportunities for shopping and dining.
|City||Bettendorf (IA), Davenport (IA)|
The Duck Creek Parkway is a paved multi-use trail running parallel to Duck Creek through scenic parklands. It connects users to schools, parks, residential neighborhoods, and a network of trails that span the Iowa Quad Cities and include the scenic Mississippi Riverfront Trail (MRT).
The Tanglefoot Lane Sidepath is a residential multi-use path that connects local schools and parks to other paved trails, paths, and on-road facilities in the City of Bettendorf. Tanglefoot Lane also has marked bike lanes on each side of the road.
The Centennial Park Trail is a 0.6 mile section of the Mississippi River Trail (MRT) in the Iowa Quad Cities that runs along the Mississippi River through Centennial Park in Davenport, IA. Its many attractions include a playground, ball park, and views of the picturesque Centennial Bridge.
|City||East Moline (IL)|
|Length||1.4 miles, Network|
A short smooth-surface trail connecting 7th Street in East Moline to the Mississippi Riverfront. This trail passes by The Quarter, a residential development with sweeping views of the Mississippi. A visitors center is also located along the riverfront.
|City||Rock Island (IL)|
|Length||5.3 miles, Network|
Traversing mainly through natural areas along the river, as well as industrial lands, trail users can experience diverse scenery along the Rock Island Riverfront Trail as it culminates in exciting downtown Rock Island.