Duck Creek Parkway 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).
American Discovery Trail (ADT)
|City||Andalusia (IL), Annawan (IL), Atkinson (IL), Buffalo (IA), Carbon Cliff (IL), Colona (IL), Davenport (IA), East Moline (IL), Geneseo (IL), Moline (IL), Rock Island (IL), Silvis (IL)|
|Length||62.8 miles, Network|
Travel on the American Discovery Trail (ADT) northern route, which provides one of only two Mississippi River crossing points in this significant national trail system.
Rock River Trail: Hiking
|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.
Born Learning Trails
|City||Bettendorf (IA), Buffalo (IA), Davenport (IA), Milan (IL), Rock Island (IL)|
|Length||0.1 miles, Network|
Get outside and visit a trail for outdoor fun and learning on 1 of 7 Born Learning Trails in the Quad Cities! Born Learning Trails are fun, physical learning activities designed for parents or caregivers to play with young children, ages 0 to 5.
Devils Glen Road Sidepath
Tanglefoot Lane Sidepath
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.
Sunderbruch Park Trails
West Lake Park Trails
|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.
Nahant Marsh Walking Paths
|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.