Quad Cities Area Attractions

The Quad Cities Area offers a wide variety of interesting things to see and do during your stay with us. We have grouped the attractions for your convenience. When you stay with us you’re at the center of all that’s going on in the Quad Cities. Keep in mind that the Quad Cities are divided by the Mississippi River and there is almost always some bridge cleaning / repair / construction taking place somewhere in the Quad Cities and that’s where some local knowledge can make your travel around the area a bit easier. If you have any questions please stop by the office and we’ll be happy to help you plan your travels.

About The Quad Cities

The Quad Cities are a group of five cities in the heart of Illinois and Iowa that offer a unique blend of history, culture, and outdoor activities. The Mississippi River connects the cities of Davenport and Bettendorf in Iowa, and Rock Island, Moline, and East Moline in Illinois, making them a popular destination for water sports and outdoor recreation.

The Quad Cities have a rich history that dates back to the 18th century, when European immigrants first settled in the area. Visitors can now explore historic sites such as the John Deere Pavilion, which tells the story of the area’s agricultural heritage, and the Black Hawk State Historic Site, which honors the Sauk leader who fought against the US in the Black Hawk War of 1832.

Bally’s Quad Cities Casino & Hotel, which offers a variety of gaming options as well as live entertainment and dining options, is one of the most popular attractions in the Quad Cities. The Figge Art Museum, which houses a collection of American and European art, and the Putnam Museum and IMAX Theater, which features interactive exhibits and a giant screen theater, are also popular attractions.

Modern Woodmen Park is a must-see destination for baseball fans visiting the Quad Cities. The combination of its picturesque setting, its unique design, and its rich history make it one of the most iconic minor league baseball stadiums in the country.

The Quad Cities also have a number of famous residents, including Mark Twain, the famous American humorist and writer who lived in the area for several years and wrote about his experiences in the book “Life on the Mississippi.” Bix Beiderbecke, a jazz musician, was born and raised in Davenport, as was Casey Stengel, a former professional baseball player and manager who was born in Kansas City but raised in Davenport. Actress Lara Flynn Boyle hails from Davenport.

Finally, the Quad Cities provide an excellent mix of historical, cultural, and recreational activities, making it an ideal destination for a weekend getaway or a week-long vacation. The Quad Cities have something for everyone, whether you’re interested in history, art, or outdoor activities.

We Make Every Effort To Ensure The Quad Cities Area Attractions Listed Here Are Accurate

In this ever-changing world we live in, things have a way of changing fast. We do out best to provide current information for your off site entertainment. If you have any questions just stop by the campground office and we’ll do our best to help.

When you’re traveling around the area it helps to remember that the Quad Cities is a metropolitan area located in two states and divided by the Mississippi River. There are 5 area bridges that connect our communities. While traveling back and forth across the mighty Mississippi is normally trouble free, traffic and various repair projects can snarl bridge traffic. Learn more about our bridges.

The closest bridge to Camelot Campground is the I-280 bridge. Here’s a list of our bridges from starting at the I-280 bridge and going upriver.

  1. I-280
  2. Centennial
  3. Arsenal (swing span opens for river traffic)
  4. I-74
  5. I-80

Have Questions About Quad Cities Area Attractions?

If you have questions about our Quad Cities Area Attractions and you are staying with us stop by the campground office and we can help. If you’re not here yet and have any questions, please feel free to use our Contact Page and we’ll do our best to help. If a phone call is better for you, call us at 800-787-0605.