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Phipps Prairie Park Trail and Walking Paths
Trail Activity
City Silvis (IL)
Difficulty Easy
Length 1.0 mile, Network

Mel McKay Park Walking Path
Trail Activity
City Rock Island County (IL)
Difficulty Easy
Length 0.5 miles, Network

This short 0.5 mile walking path connects all the attractions and amenities found in Mel McKay Park.

Sunset Park Walking Path
Trail Activity
City Rock Island (IL)
Difficulty Easy
Length 1.9 miles, Network

This 1.9 mile network of walking paths traverse along the length of Lake Potter and is perfect for leisurely strolls with friends and family.

Andalusia Slough
Trail Activity
City Andalusia (IL)
Difficulty Easy
Length 4.4 miles, Round Trip

Andalusia Slough offers paddlers sandy beaches for picnics and many islands to explore.

Lower Rock River Trail
Trail Activity
City Rock Island (IL)
Difficulty Moderate
Length 5.0 miles, Round Trip

Paddle a short distance down the Mississippi to the Rock River.

Sylvan Slough Trail
Trail Activity
City Moline (IL)
Difficulty Easy
Length 2.2 miles, Loop

Sylvan Slough is a wonderful backwater of the Mississippi River.

Upper Mississippi River Trail
Trail Activity
City Princeton (IA)
Difficulty Moderate
Length 3.6 miles, Round Trip

Casual upstream trip along the shoreline of the Mississippi River has moderate current. Exceptional views of the river to Princeton Beach where paddlers can stop for a picnic and swim.

Hennepin Canal Paddling Route
Trail Activity
City Annawan (IL), Atkinson (IL), Colona (IL), Geneseo (IL)
Difficulty Moderate, Difficult
Length 29.9 miles

Explore the Hennepin Canal by boat, paddling from the edge of Henry County to the Rock River. This route will require some portaging and an adventurous spirit, but will be a rewarding way to visit a local historic treasure.

Rock River National Water Trail: Erie to the Mississippi
Trail Activity
City Cleveland (IL), Colona (IL), Henry County (IL), Milan (IL), Moline (IL), Rock Island (IL), Rock Island County (IL), Silvis (IL)
Difficulty Moderate, Difficult
Length 38.8 miles

Enjoy this section of the Rock River National Water Trail as the river flows from through Henry and Rock Island Counties into the Mississippi, in the heart of the Quad Cities. Multiple access points allow you to experience the river for a few hours or as a longer journey.

Cedar Bluff Recreation Area
Trail Activity
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length 1.1 miles, Round Trip

The 176-acre recreation area has various walking and hiking trails ideal for observing a unique natural setting in Iowa.

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