Show Connector Trails
The park is located 4 miles west of Mulberry Road, 2.5 miles north of Highway 61 in Muscatine.
The Saulsbury Bridge Recreation Area offers a host of recreational activities for visitors and campers. The park is named for the old Saulsbury Bridge, much of which burned down in 1977. The two existing spans are open to pedestrians and offer a sweeping view of the Cedar River. Canoes and kayaks can launch from the park. The park contains numerous habitats, including timber, wetlands, creeks, and reconstructed prairie in addition to the Cedar River. Picnic shelters, playgrounds, lodge rental, restrooms, and showers are available to visitors. In addition, there is a handicapped-accessible fishing dock and boat ramps to the Cedar River and Chicken Creek.
For more information, contact the Muscatine County Conservation Board.