Located in Hiawatha, just north of Cedar Rapids, AirFX Trampoline Park has 40,000 square feet of family fun including wall-to-wall trampolines, Lazer Frenzy, mini-golf and full-service concessions. Perfect for birthday parties, corporate events or large group gatherings.
Experience Brucemore, an unparalleled blend of tradition and culture. At the heart of the historic 26-acre estate stands a 19th-century mansion, filled with the stories of three Cedar Rapids families. Concerts, theater, programs, and tours enliven the site and celebrate the heritage of a community.
BUTTERFIELD PARK: 29TH AVE & 35TH ST. Basketball, baseball diamond, playground equipment, gazebo & grill, open space. 6.3 Acres HISTORIC TIDBIT... Butterfield Park was dedicated in August, 1999. The land is leased from the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection. The park is named after Joe Butterfield, who was the Marion Parks Director from 1975-1996.
The C.S.P.S. was an organization that began with offering a kind of insurance to members. The first lodge of the C.S.P.S. in Cedar Rapids was founded in 1879 and there were three by 1882. The building is a local adaptation of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture.
The latest rendering for the $1.95 million transformation of Greene Square Park into Greene Square in downtown Cedar Rapids features a wide, central lawn with sidewalks on each side that connects the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art on one end of the park and the Cedar Rapids Public Library on the other.
Clark Field (Cedar Rapids) in Linn County, IA. Instant access to maps, directions, activities, photos, nearby parks, weather conditions, user comments, and more. RecreationParks.net lets you discover public parks down the street or across the country.
The concepts for East Knoll Park were completed in 2008 and the new pavilion opened in 2011. The Cedar Valley Nature Trail can be accessed from several points in Robins. Four miles of the trail run through the city, north to south, County Home Road to Tower Terrace Road.
What is an escape room? An escape room is a live adventure in which players work together to solve a series of puzzles, clues, and riddles to complete an assigned mission. Players are given a set amount of time to complete their task and reach their goal of “escaping” through successful mission completion.
Welcome to the Granger House! Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a wonderful example of Victorian Italianate architecture, The Granger House Victorian Museum is the only restored middle-class family home in the Cedar Rapids area.
Guthridge Park is located between 7th Ave and 10th Ave, across from the Hiawatha Elementary School. Amenities: two Pavilions for rental, splashpad, three Lighted softball diamonds, two lighted basketball courts, two Sand volleyball courts, two Lighted tennis courts and several playground areas.
Marion Heritage Center & Museum The Marion Heritage Center serves as a community center for educational programs, historical displays, art exhibits, and cultural events. The facility is managed by the Marion Historical Society which was formed to discover, interpret and preserve Marion’s unique history and to provide activities for the community and surrounding area.
Name Mohawk Pavilion Preview Amenities Stainless steel serving counter Drinking fountain Portable restroom handicapped accessible Access to boat ramp Location On J Avenue NE beside the Cedar River Cost 57 per time period Capacity 160 21 tables 18 standard tables, 3 handicapped accessible tables Burners 0 Grills 1 Outlets 4 quad outlets Park Mohawk
Palisades-Kepler State Park lies along the beautiful Cedar River in Linn County. The 840-acre park has dramatic river bluffs, deep ravines, majestic hardwood trees, a large variety of wildflowers and an abundance of wildlife. Palisades-Kepler State Park is also important for its prehistoric past.
Construction of the trail connection from the Sac and Fox Trail to the Prairie Park Fishery Loop is complete and the trail is open to the public. Prairie Park Fishery provides opportunities for fishing, ice fishing, picnicking, paddle sports, scuba diving and geocaching.
In 2008, grants from the Resource Enhancement and Protection and Department of Natural Resources made it possible to expand South Troy Park, the oldest park in Robins. The concepts for East Knoll Park were completed in 2008 and the new pavilion opened in 2011. The Cedar Valley Nature Trail can be accessed from several points in Robins.
Squaw Creek Park Squaw Creek Park offers opportunities for picnicking, camping, winter activities, nature study and more. The name Squaw Creek Park derived from Squaw Creek which follows a meandering course through a shallow valley in the park. This 700-acre park is home to a variety of wildlife. The proximity to the metropolitan area makes Squaw Creek a popular destination for outdoor recreation.
The History Center's signature fundraiser has a new name and a new location! Join us for Famous Last Words -- A Celebrity Roast Saturday, June 2, 6 pm Scottish Rite Temple (616 A Ave NE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52401) The History Center is putting the “fun” in funeral as Councilmember Dale Todd lives through his own mocking (but loving!) eulogy – written and performed by the always hysterical ...
The Play Station is Eastern Iowa's largest family fun center and is located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The Play Station is perfect for birthday parties, group outings, fundraisers and company events. The Play Station is perfect for birthday parties, group outings, fundraisers and company events.
Ushers Ferry Historic Village provides the citizens of Cedar Rapids and Eastern Iowa with a venue for family friendly activities, events and programs that build community from the historical perspective of a small Iowa town at the turn of the 20th century.