|City||Annawan (IL), Atkinson (IL), Carbon Cliff (IL), Colona (IL), Geneseo (IL), Henry County (IL), Milan (IL), Moline (IL), Rock Island (IL), Rock Island County (IL)|
|Length||51.2 miles, Network|
Hike along the beautiful Rock River in the Quad Cities region, on one of four trails that are part of the regional Rock River Trail.
Located along the Mississippi River, the Ralph B. Birks Recreational Trail runs the entire span of Moline’s 4.2 mile shoreline. It is also part of the regional and national trail systems, the Great River Trail, the Mississippi River Trail, and the American Discovery Trail.
|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.
|City||Davenport (IA), Scott County (IA)|
|Length||9.5 miles, Network|
West Lake Park is a 620-acre facility offering four lakes for fishing and/or swimming. Amenities include: hiking trails, boat dock, handicap fishing dock, beach area, paddle boat rentals, picnic facilities, playground areas, modern restrooms, and two campground areas.
|Length||3.4 miles, Network|
This 100-acre park in Muscatine is a natural area in an urban environment. Walking trails, fishing ponds, and the Environmental Learning Center invite people of all ages to come and explore nature. The park is a reclaimed farmstead that includes wooded hillsides, a reconstructed prairie, small streams, two fishing ponds, and the Muscatine Arboretum.