Eagle Point Park is one of the most outstanding parks in the midwest. One hundred and sixty-four acres overlook the Mississippi River and Lock and Dam #11, providing a spectacular tri-state view of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin.
Alfred Caldwell in the 1930’s, with a $200,000 Works Progress Administration (WPA) grant, designed and constructed the park shelters and shaped the unique landscape design. His love of Frank Lloyd Wright prairie architecture is very recognizable in the buildings and gardens. Caldwell’s exceptional use of native construction materials, craftsmanship and unique designs make the park one of the most beautiful in the midwest (Learn More).
There is a signed on-road route through the north-end of the City to this iconic park, and walking trails throughout the park itself, including the Trolley Line Trail.
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