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Eagle Point Park, Clinton

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  • This park is a true gem! Within it are a castle, a stone bridge, views of the Mississippi from on high, the lodge which is a treasure in its own right, and the best dog park my dog and I can imagine. ...  more »
  • The view from near the main pavilion, by itself is worth a trip to Clinton's Eagle Point Park. Regardless of the season, the view is spectacular. In addition, during the winter months the bald eagles ...  more »
  • This is a nice city park overlooking a beautiful view of the Mississippi. It is highlighted by some WPA projects, a nice castle, rock steps down the bluffs to the river (now abandoned) and a beautiful...  more »
  • The ghosts of my childhood walk this beautiful site. From the grandly refurbished lodge to the view of the Mississippi's widest point, to the old WPA era structures and winding lanes through this most beautiful park, memories abound and more wait to be made. I've walked and ridden through Eagle Point with my grandfather, father, children and grandchildren and always it soothes my soul. I love this place.
  • First time's beautiful big lots of trees. It has look out points to view the river. A huge old castle tower. I didn't go in it, but you can. Nice big dog park. I will be bringing my Lab back to visit. Playgrounds picnic areas.
  • So many nooks and crannies to the best part of Clinton. Best part, it's free! Great for all ages for fun, exercise, hiking, and relaxing. Just be careful of the bluffs, please. The last two individuals who died on the bluffs I knew personally so please exercise caution and follow the trails that are actual trails. If you decide to venture off, please exercise extreme caution and bring the proper safety gear and equipment.
  • There are some great hiking trails at this park with some pretty great views! Just be sure NOT to wander off the trail because the limestone bluffs are VERY DANGEROUS!!
  • It is a park to drive through. You can see the Mississippi river driving through the park. Have a nice lodge that is remodel from the outside to inside that you can rent.