Trail Status

    Sylvan Island

    Bridge Closed

    Sunderbruch

    Closed

    Scott County Park

    Open

    Illiniwek

    Closed

    Westbrook Park

    Open

    Sunderbruch Park

    Sunderbruch Park is the crown jewel of off-road riding in Davenport, Iowa. Comprised of 99% singletrack trails, a full gamut of difficulty levels (green to black diamond) are incorporated into the seven mile trail system. Sunderbruchís GREEN trails boast 2 miles of the most beautiful wooded scenery found in Davenport and test riders with a few small, beginner log crossings, one ladder bridge and one corduroy feature Our BLUE trails offer riders moderate changes in elevation, some rooted and off-camber terrain, and a variety of corduroy sections and log-crossings. BLACK Sunderbruch trails greet riders with fast descents and challenging climbs, creek crossings, some narrow winding trails, roots, skinnies, drops, and a plethora of logs. Sunderbruch has something to meet every riderís interest. You will not go home disappointed!

    There are also approximately 4 1/2 miles of separate equestrian trails for our hoofed friends.

    Visit MTBR Reviews of Sunderbruch Park:
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    DIRECTIONS:

    From I-280 Locust Street exit: Exit I-280 and head East into Davenport. Turn right (South) on Wisconsin. When Wisconsin tees at the stop sign, turn left (West) onto Telegraph Road. The park is roughly 1/4 mile further on the right side.

    From I-280 West River Drive exit: Exit I-280 at the West River Drive exit, head East into Davenport, turn left (North) on Utah (this is the first road once you exit I-280). At the stop sign, turn right (West) on Telegraph Road. Continue on Telegraph through one stop sign and the park will be on the right side of the road 1/4 mile further.

    From downtown Davenport: Head West on 4th Street, Davenport. This road eventually becomes Telegraph Road at the Waverly Road 4-way stop. Continue on for approx. 1.6 miles and the park will be on the left-hand side of the road.

    Click here for map: http://www.qcforc.org/maps/sbpmap.pdf