Scott County Park

Scott County Park

Scott County Park, with 1280 acres, is the largest in Scott County. The park is located nine miles north of Davenport, Iowa. Use exit #129 from U.S. Highway 61. There is no entrance fee. The entrance to Scott County Park is located on 270th Street. The north access is open for two way traffic for your convenience.

Scott County Park has twelve picnic areas and shelters with tables, grills and/or fireplaces accessible. It offers a baseball field, playground equipment, a radio-controlled airplane site, nature trails, an equestrian area and five unique camping areas. Modern restrooms and showers throughout the park. An Olympic size heated swimming pool has lifeguards and offers summer swimming lessons. Winter activities include sledding, cross-country skiing, tobogganing.

Access to the Equestrian area is one half mile east of the park entrance on 270th Street. A Scott County Recycling Station is located in the equestrian area parking lot.

Scott County Park
18850 270th St
Eldridge, Iowa 52748
(563) 328-3282

Scott County Park Sites: Bald Eagle CampgroundBuffalo Bill ShelterCody Lake ShelterCrooked Knife Picnic AreaEquestrian AreaFlying FieldHickory Hills ShelterIncahias CampgroundIndian HillsLake RidgeMemorial HillMountain Bike TrailsOak Tree Picnic AreaPine Grove CabinsPine Grove CampgroundPrairie Sun Picnic AreaPRIDE LakeRunning Deer ShelterSac-Fox CampgroundSouth EntranceSwimming PoolTomahawk Picnic AreaWhispering Pines ShelterWilderness CampgroundWoodside Picnic Area


Pine Grove Campground

Pine Grove Campground is now closed for the season as electrical services are being updated to 50 amp.  We look forward to providing you these updated services next season.

News & Notices

Come explore the Wapsi River Center this winter, via snowshoes or cross country skis. The Wapsi River Center has aluminum snowshoes, and X country ski equipment which may be checked out on Saturdays from 1:00 to 4:00 P.M. The equipment is available on a “first come first served” basis. Please...
December 1, 2015 to February 29, 2016
Bald eagles will start arriving in November along with migrant waterfowl. The stretch of the Wapsi River below the Center supports dozens of eagles in the night roost. The best viewing will be at the Center from December through early March, one to two hours before dusk. During Center hours scopes...
October 28, 2015 to March 1, 2016
The Scott County Conservation Board announces that the regular October Board Meeting will take place at 4:00p.m. at Glynns Creek Clubhouse on October 14th. If you would like additional information please call (563) 328-3280.
October 6, 2015 to October 14, 2015