Boat launch and retrieval sites on the Mississippi River:

10th Street North & the Mississippi River 
5th Street South & the Mississippi River

Recreational Bike Trail 
Kiosk and sheltered picnic site located at 6th Street South and Main Avenue on the 
Mississippi River. This site also features a drinking foundation and port-a-potty.

Parks: 
Cordova Township Park and Civic Center 
11th Street just off Illinois route 84 North 
Civic Center rental information, phone: (309) 654-2272 
Activities available: Playground Equipment 
Sheltered and Non-sheltered picnic tables 
Paved walking path with benches 
Baseball diamond 
Volleyball, basketball and tennis courts 
Rolle Bolle court 

River's Edge Park
Located on 3rd Street at the river's edge

Shelter rental available-call (309)654-2646 for further information.  Activities available:  Playground equipment, basketball courts, soccer nets, port-a-potty.

Village Park                                                                                                                     

Located at the corner of 11th Street and Main Ave. Court.  Activities available:  playground equipment and port-a-potty.                                                                                                                                                  

Where can I ride my bike? 
Illinois Mississippi River front: a 62-mile trial goes all the way from the Rock River in Sunset 
Park, Rock Island on through Moline, East Moline, Hampton, Rapids City, Port Byron and 
Cordova up to Thomson, Illinois.  This is part of the Great River Trail 
In Rock Island, the trail goes through city parks and past industrial areas, towboat moorings, 
the Quad City Botanical Center and Arsenal Island with eagles galore during the winter month. 
In Moline, this trail also is known as the Ralph B Birks trail, picking up at Sylvan Island at 
the Rock Island border and continuing along the Ben Butterworth Parkway, with playground 
equipment and duck-feeding opportunities, and past the John Deere Commons with all kinds 
of attractions. Sylvan Island is an urban treasure with trails of its own, including those for 
mountain bikes. 
In East Moline, this trail takes riders 3.2 miles from border to border with views of the Miss- 
issippi River.  "The Quarter" commercial/residential development and Empire Park, with its 
expensive playground equipment.  A portion rides along the top of the levee that was built after 
the 1965 flood to protect the former International Harvester and Deere plants.

Brochures and maps are available at the Quad-Cities Convention and Visitors Bureau, 
2021-River Drive, Moline, Il or 102- S Harrison Street, Davenport and at River Action, 
822 E. River Drive, Davenport, Ia.  
Maps are also available at the Quad-Cities Bicycle Club website: qcbc.org.