Cole Park is located at the corner of Park and Sixth Street, next to the Bellevue Municipal Swimming Pool. The park has playground equipment, a basketball court, and two tennis courts. The park also has a baseball field, a softball field, and a soccer field. A covered picnic area and public restrooms are available at the park. 563.872.4456
Bellevue State Park: Dyas Unit
The Dyas Unit encompasses 315 acres over five miles of foot trails, scenic overlooks, and a stream with aquatic and other wildlife. The Dyas Unit has 46 camping units (31 with electrical hookups). 563. 872.4019
Spruce Creek Park
Spruce Creek is a 15 acre camping area located about three miles north of Bellevue. The area has about 50 individual campsites. There are shower and restroom facilities available. It is accessible by boat and by vehicle. 563.652.3783
Bellevue State Park: Nelson Unit
The park is located on high bluffs with scenic views of the Mississippi River. It is 473 acres with timbered walking trails, sheltered picnic areas, an enclosed lodge, a unique butterfly garden, a 220 acre hunting area, and a nature center. 563. 872.4019
The South Bluff Nature Center
The South Bluff Nature Center is located in the Nelson Unit of Bellevue State Park. It contains a variety of interesting displays on the plants, animals, and geology of Bellevue State Park. Open seasonally and is dependent on staff and volunteer availability..
Pleasant Creek is located about five miles south of Bellevue. There is a boat ramp, large camping and picnic area, and fishing locations.
Duck Creek Park
Duck Creek is a five acre riverside picnic area located along the Mississippi about three miles south of Bellevue. 563.652.3783