Eastern Iowa 

Eastern Iowa is the central region along the Mississippi River in Iowa, home to several of the state's main population centers. The region is both somewhat characteristic of the rest of the State in terms of demographics but also unique in both its geography and a denser population.

Popular in Eastern Iowa

Davenport is one of the Quad Cities, in Eastern Iowa. With a population of 101,363 Davenport is the largest city in the Quad Cities and the third largest city in Iowa.

Dubuque, founded in 1833, is the oldest city in Iowa. A port on the upper Mississippi River, it is situated along scenic bluffs …

Iowa City is a city of just over 60,000 people in I-380 Corridor region of Eastern Iowa.

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In Eastern Iowa

Bettendorf is one of the Quad Cities, in Eastern Iowa. The territory that now encompasses Bettendorf was opened to white settlement following the Black Hawk Purchase of 1832.

The I-380 Corridor is a region in Eastern Iowa. In general, the expression is used to describe Linn and Johnson Counties, which are connected by I-380.

Le Claire is part of the greater Quad Cities area, in Eastern Iowa. Le Claire is a Mississippi River town of 3,765.

Grant Wood Country is a region in Eastern Iowa. The region is named after famous painter Grant Wood, who had lived in the area and taken the images of his paintings from scenes in the area.

The Amana Colonies are a collection of seven villages in Eastern Iowa, founded by German settlers 150 years ago.

Muscatine is a city sitting alongside the Mississippi River in Eastern Iowa. If coming from the northwest or north, take Interstate 80 to exit 271.

Kalona is a small town in Eastern Iowa of about 2500 residents. There is no larger Amish Mennonite settlement west of the Mississippi than Kalona.

Hotels Near Eastern Iowa

Search for hotels in Cedar Rapids (9 miles southwest) and Marion (3 miles south).

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