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Black Hawk State Historic Site is a rolling tract of woodland in the city of Rock Island. This tranquil parkland is an important cultural and historic place for the Sauk nation, as well as pre-historic Indians and 19th-century settlers. Stroll down pretty wooded trails, learn about the local Native American way of life at the on-site museum and discover the region’s diversity of bird species at the park’s nature center. Take a short break from the city or stay for the day at this relaxing refuge in the Quad Cities.
Walk down tree-lined pathways as you enter the 208-acre (84-hectare) parkland. Find a stunning 1930s lodge and the John Hauburg Museum of Native American Life. Learn about the Sauk and Meskwaki people and see dioramas, replica houses, jewelry and other artifacts. Discover the park’s Sauk heritage and find out about Saukenuk, the thriving village that once stood on this site. Check out the statue of Black Hawk, the Sauk warrior after whom the park was named, and learn about the leader’s fierce defense of his ancestral lands in the early 19th century.
Black Hawk State Historic Site has 6 miles (9.6 kilometers) of marked hiking trails, including a central loop trail. The southern edge of the park is bordered by a 150-foot (45-meter) bluff, which overlooks the Rock River. Stop by one of three picnic areas, which have shaded areas, tables, water and stoves. Bring some lunch and enjoy the natural surroundings while the kids explore the playground nearby.
In the cooler months, make use of the park’s cross-country skiing trails at the park’s southern end. There are two shelters with fireplaces, so you can warm up after a morning of winter adventuring.
You can find out about the region’s birdlife at the Singing Bird Nature Center, a dedicated educational center in the park’s northwestern section. Discover the native bird species that make their homes along the Rock River and surrounding parklands.
Black Hawk State Historic Site is located to the south of Rock Island in the Illinois half of Quad Cities. The park is free to enter and open year-round, from sunrise until late in the evening. Parking is available on-site.
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