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Three Bridges County Park

Canoeing & Kayaking Canoeing & Kayaking at Three Bridges County Park
A boat ramp allows access to the Iowa River for canoeing and kayaking.
Fishing Fishing at Three Bridges County Park
This park is nestled in the trees on the Iowa River near Quarry which makes this a prime location for fishing.  There is also a boat ramp for easy access to the river.
Historic Visits Historic Visits at Three Bridges County Park
This park was once the site of a busy rock quarry and the ruins of the power of an old river power mill are still visible in the park.  This old quarry furnished most of the rock used to build the Marshall County courthouse and jail.  When the quarry was in operation there was a dam on the river, which flooded most of the area north of the present park. 

Last but not least you will find the oldest originally placed wagon bridge in Marshall County.  Built in 1885 the Quarry Bridge was constructed out of wrought and cast iron and cost Marshall County $3,295.  In May of 1998 the Quarry Bridge was placed on National Register of Historic Places.  
Picnicking Picnicking at Three Bridges County Park
Enjoy a picnick at the park nestled in the trees along the Iowa River.  Picnick tables and restrooms are available.
Trails & Hiking Trails & Hiking at Three Bridges County Park
Enjoy a hike in this beautiful wooded area along the Iowa River and take a walk across the suspension bridge.