Village Of East Davenport, Iowa

eastdavenport.jpg    Village Of East Davenport, Iowa

Historic district that is filled with homes, some of which date back to the 1830′s. One event that took place there was the training of Union soldiers during the Civil War. Then parts of the area are connected with the logging industry. Six square blocks comprise the buisness district, with very unique shops and pubs. The streets are brick paved. Special events are held throughout the year.

Trail Map Are you a cyclist or hiker? The Village of East Davenport is a feature of River Action’s Trail Map.
River Action Inc,’s Ride the River is the annual Father’s Day bicycle ride along the scenic Mississippi riverfront trails.
Channel Cat Water Taxi – Enjoy the Village and then catch the water taxi at the foot of Mound Street. Open Memorial Day to Labor Day. Tickets are for ALL-DAY unlimited use on day of purchase. Buy your tickets on board. Adults – $4, Children (ages 2-10) – $2, (children under 2 accompanied by an adult ride free).

Directions: In Davenport, East River Drive is U.S. 67. From I-74 in downtown Bettendorf, drive west on U.S. 67.

From U.S. 61 in downtown Davenport, drive east on U.S. 67.
From the north part of Davenport (East 53rd or Kimberly Road), drive south on Jersey Ridge Road.

Admission: None 


  1. Robert W Anderson says:

    My Grandfather and Grandmother, Andrew and Louise Iverson along with more children than the house should be able to hold lived in the old “Stone House” in East Davenport. I haven’t seen mention of this old landmark. Is it still standing?

  2. Robert,
    Thank you for contacting us with your inquiry. I have forwarded it to the people in Davenport that may be able to answer your question. You should be hearing from them soon.

    Pat Watson

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