LMQC Outdoors Blogger, Wade Ellett, has found 4 local gems to check out as flowers reach their peak, summer returns to the Quad Cities and people return to our community parks and wild places.
Let’s Move QC’s intrepid Outdoor Bloggers, Kaia and her human, Teri Stickler, headed to the west end of Davenport to check out the trails and spring flowers in Sunderbruch Park. With its more than 130 acres of parkland, Sunderbruch Park is a gem in the Iowa Quad Cities.
Spring has sprung and woodland wildflowers are showing their faces throughout the wooded ravines of the Quad Cities. Let’s Move Outdoor Blogger, Teri Stickler, and her beloved pooch, Kaia, take us on a tour right along an old Bettendorf trail.
Open all year, Wildcat Den (located between the Quad Cities and Muscatine) is a perfect destination for both two-legged and four-legged friends who need a whiff of nature in early springtime.
Join Outdoor Blogger, Teri Stickler, and her four-legged companion, Kaia, as they explore Smith’s Island and Lock and Dam #14 and watch bald eagles do their fishing.
Even though we might prefer to stay inside while winter is still raging outside, it’s better to get out and stay active. Wade Ellett shows you where and to go so you can play in the QC snow!