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One of the first things people tend to notice about the Quad Cities Area is the water. We are both surrounded and divided by the Mississippi and Rock Rivers, the Hennepin Canal, and various wetlands, sloughs, lakes and feeder streams. A great benefit of this are some spectacular sunsets that can be viewed from different areas along the rivers. Here you will find various photos, mostly of the river, and sunsets that give you an idea of the beauty of the region. We will be updating this section regularly. All photos are the property of

Scenic Quad City Photos

This photo was taken on 1-09-04 along the banks of the Mississippi River near the I-280 bridge, where many bald eagles spend the winter months.

A beautiful December sunset with the I-280 bridge in the background. These were taken from Sunset Marina in Rock Island Illinois.

Another image of a bald eagle as it takes off from the ice shelf of the Mississippi River along the banks of Davenport Iowa.

Lake George Rental Boats at Loud Thunder forest Preserve. This is a large, man made lake that is great for fishing, scenic pictures during the Fall season, and for taking a fishing boat, paddle boat, pontoon boat or a canoe for a nice relaxing cruise. Call (309) 795-1070 for rental information.

Mississippi River Barge traveling through LeClaire Iowa.

A beautiful view of the Mississippi River taken from a park in Alma located in Western Wisconsin.

The entry way to the Rhythm City Riverboat.


Two sunsets viewed from Sunset Marina in Rock Island, IL.

A stormy view of the Mississippi.

The Centennial Bridge.

WildCat State Park's Pine Girst Mill. Traveling from Davenport, head West on highway 22 and after passing through Montpelier, look for the signs. There are very unique limestone cliffs and hiking trails throughout the park.


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