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This section of the trail head can be accessed anywhere on the north side of U.S. 67 between Fenno Road and South Bellingham Street with convenient parking immediately as you get off of U.S. 67 onto South Bellingham Street.
The Riverdale section of the Mississippi River Trail now stretches from the city’s western city limits at Duck Creek to South Bellingham Street, where trail users can cross U.S. 67 (State Street) with help from the traffic light at the intersection of South Bellingham. Near the trail’s end, users can cross Belmont Road to access Scott County Community College’s campus. Along the north side of U.S. 67 from South Bellingham Street to Riverdale’s city limits at Fenno Road, the trail is a 1.4-mile-long, 10-foot separated trail.
About halfway in between Duck Creek and South Bellingham, people can exit north off the trail on South Kensington Street to connect with Duck Creek Parkway in Bettendorf.
The Riverdale section of the trail is part of the larger 3,000-mile Mississippi River Trail (MRT) System that follows the Mississippi River from the headwaters in Itasca, Minnesota to its delta at the Gulf of Mexico near New Orleans, Louisiana. The trail provides access and connections to neighborhoods, commercial districts, industrial areas, recreational areas, and historical landmarks at the local, state, and national level.
Visit the City of Riverdale online for more information or contact:
City of Riverdale, Iowa
Riverdale City Hall
110 Manor Drive
P.O. Box 364
Riverdale, IA 52722
Phone: (563) 355-2511