Scott County Park

Scott County Park welcome sign.

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
(563) 328-3282

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Flyer advertising the event.
Saturday, January 23, 2021 - 1:00pm to 2:30pm

THIS PROGRAM IS FULL.

This family friendly program blends art and nature in a fun way! Join Naturalist Paige at the Wapsi River Center to learn about our resident Great Horned owl and then create an owl-themed painting with guided step-by-step instructions. This program costs $5/canvas (payable by cash or check at the program). Space is limited so please call to register.

flyer with program information
Wednesday, January 27, 2021 - 1:00pm

Join Naturalist/Director Dave Murcia for an outdoor adventure in snowshoes. Snowshoes are weight rated for both adults and children. Waterproof boots are suggested. 

This program is dependent on weather and site conditions.

Registration is limited and required..

 

flyer with program information
Saturday, January 30, 2021 - 1:00pm

Join Naturalist/Director Dave Murcia for an outdoor adventure in snowshoes. Snowshoes are weight rated for both adults and children. Waterproof boots are suggested. 

This program is dependent on weather and site conditions.

Registration is limited and required..

 

Conservation Executive Director Roger Kean shaking new Park Ranger Brad Taylor's hand.

We would like introduce our newest Park Ranger, Bradley Taylor. Bradley started in December and we were able to officially swear him in at our virtual Conservation Board meeting on January 13, 2021. He joins our team with 15 years previous experience with Clinton County Conservation and is excited to put his experience to further use helping make Scott County Park a great place for people to come and recreate.

Congratulations and welcome aboard Brad!