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 fourteen picnic areas and shelters with tables, grills and/or fireplaces accessible. It offers a baseball field, playground equipment, 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
Man and woman are a 2 person team and play 9 holes in an alternate shot format and scored using a modified stable ford scoring system. The event is flighted by the number of teams signed up each night. Men play from the white tees and women play from the red tees. Cost (subject to change) is $55.00 per couple and includes green fee, cart fee, prizes and a cookout after play. This is intended to be a fun night and beginners are encouraged to participate.
Check out this link for more fun events! http://www.scottcountyiowa.com/conservation/glynns-creek-golf-course/special-events
Join the AmeriCorps members on the trails for a day of hiking and geocaching. We have partnered with a student of the University of Northern Iowa to help complete his project that includes taking 360o photos of the hiking trails Iowa has to offer. Kids will be given the equipment to take photos of the trails while learning GPS, compass, and orienteering skills! This program is recommended for children 10 and up. Please bring a sack lunch, bug spray/sunscreen, and a water bottle. We ask that all participants register by July 22nd, please call to pre-register (563)328-3286.
Join AmeriCorps environmental educator Faith Henrichs and Naturalist Becky Baugh for our Crafting for Conservation series. During this series we will be making arts and crafts out of either natural or recyclable items. During this session, we will be making garden stones out of natural materials and wall art out of recycled paper towel and toilet paper tubes. Please bring a shallow plastic or tin container (i.e. a take-out container or pie tin) for the garden stones. This program is family fun for all ages. Registration is required. Please call (563)328-3286 to register for this program.
This time we will focus on the prairie. We will learn about some of our local wildflowers as we hike through part of our prairie. Then we will take the inspiration back to our canvases! The painting process will be guided by our naturalist. Lemonade will be provided to help cool off. The program is family friendly! Please wear paint clothes as there may be some finger-painting involved. $5/canvas. Limited # of canvases—please call to register. (563)328-3286.
Teams consist of four players, 2 men and 2 women. Play is a scramble, all players tee shots must be used at least twice in the 18 holes. The tournament is flighted by the number of teams signed up for the event. Men play from white tees, women play from red tees. Cost (subject to change) is $55.00 per person, includes green fee, cart fee, and prizes! Click the link below to see more opportunities to participate in special events!
Join the Wapsi River staff for an adventure with canoes and kayaks. Program includes all equipment use, covers safety, techniques, and taking a tour of Pride Lake. You may bring your own vessel/PFD, though it must comply with IADNR regulations. Reminder- this program is determined by weather and site conditions, weight capacity loads for kayaks are 250-300 lbs./solo and 425-475 lbs./tandem. Dress appropriately and bring water.
You must call to register for a seat 563-328-3286
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Bike and Equestrian Trails are OPEN.
If you would like additional information, please call Scott County Park at (563) 328-3282 ext 1.