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The sidepath can be accessed from Devils Glen Park or Crow Creek Park, where parking is available or via connections to adjacent neighborhoods and schools.
This 3.6 mile sidepath is part of a network of multi-use trails, paths, and on-road facilities in Bettendorf, IA. It runs parallel to the north-south artery, Devils Glen Road and connects to three east-west trails: Hopewell Avenue Sidepath, 53rd Avenue Sidepath, and Tanglefoot Lane Sidepath. It also intersects with Bettendorf’s Middle Road Sidepath. Sites along the sidepath include Crow Creek Park and the Duck Creek Parkway. Crow Creek Park’s amenities include a quarry, dog park, skate and bike park, athletic fields, hockey facility, reservable picnic shelters, and more. The Duck Creek Parkway is a multi-use trail that follows the Duck Creek tributary from Emeis Park, in Davenport, to an area south of Devil’s Glen Park, in Bettendorf.
The Devils Glen Road Sidepath is separated from the road, ten feet wide, and perfect for walking, biking, and running.
The following rules apply to all persons using the recreation trails within Bettendorf city limits:
- Bicycle riders shall ride single file on the right. They shall pass only on the left and sound a warning upon approach and pass of other users of the trails. The speed limit for any recreation trail is 15 miles per hour.
- Walkers shall walk no more than 2 abreast.
- Dogs shall be leashed and positioned to walk on the grass.
- No person shall stop or stand on the path to visit. Baby strollers may be parked on the area adjacent to the path.
Visit the City of Bettendorf Parks and Facilities Department online for more information or contact: