Winter is nigh, and as the cold weather comes into Illinois and Iowa, residents will be spending more time in the cozy indoors. But even in the snowy, icy, frozen winter months, there are plenty of activities in the QuadCities. Take a look at some of the ways you can stay active this winter!
You might think that warmer seasons are the best time to spot exciting birds. However, during the winter bald eagles migrate to places like the Quad Cities from Canada. Spend an afternoon along the Mississippi River spotting bald eagles between December and February.
Snow Sports at Ski Snowstar Winter Sports Park
Bundle up and spend a day at Ski Snowstar, where you can partake in a range of winter sports, from sliding down the tubing hill to honing in on your snowboarding and skiing skills. When you’re finished, you can grab dinner at one of their cozy in-house restaurants.
The Quad Cities offer a number of gorgeous outdoor areas thatare perfect for winter hiking—or a cross countryski trip, if it suits you.Visit locations like Scott County Park, Black Hawk State Historic Site, andLoud Thunder Forest Preserve to enjoy a gorgeous winter wonderland hike.
If you’re headed outside this winter but aren’t sure if yourride can handle snow and ice, come talk to the team here at Reynolds Motor Co.