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This trail is located close to or on open water, wetlands, or floodplain. Please use caution and be alert for water near or on the trail. Be alert for flooding and swiftly moving water. Check with your local trail manager for more information on closures during periods of high water.
Kiwanis Trail access and parking is available in Rock Island at Ben Williamson Park (44th Street & Rock River) and in Moline at Green Valley Park (60th Street & 50th Avenue) and Harold's Landing (North Shore Drive and 52nd Avenue).
With a mixture of a dedicated bike path and paved roads, this trail is perfect for cyclists, walkers, and runners of all abilities. The trail boasts many amenities, including spectacular views of the Rock River. The terrain is flat and surface is crushed stone, asphalt, and concrete. The trail passes through Ben Williamson Park, Harold's Landing, and the Green Valley Nature Preserve and Sports Complex. With one end at Ben Williamson Park in Rock Island, the trail continues for 6.5 miles to the east through Moline ending at 60th Street and Green Valley Park.
The Kiwanis Trail is part of the Hennepin Canal Parkway Trail, which runs through the Hennepin Canal Parkway, a 104.5-mile linear park in total, spanning five Illinois counties from the Mississippi River to the Illinois River.
There are plans to extend the Kiwanis Trail east from 60th Street upriver to connect into the Great River Trail, American Discovery Trail, and the Hennepin Canal State Parkway Trail in Colona, most likely via 38th Avenue and John Deere Parkway.
The Rock River Trail is a system of recreational trails on and along the Rock River that goes through 11 counties in Wisconsin and Illinois. This QC Trails featured trail is part of that network. The Rock River Trail was established in 2010 to promote recreational use and appreciation of all 320 miles of the Rock River. Visit the trail online to learn more about how to hike, bike, paddle, horseback ride, drive, fly, or appreciate history, art, or chocolate along the trail!