More than John Deere!
Home to more than 21,000 people, East Moline
along with neighboring communities make up the Quad Cities metropolitan area.
Take a tour of the John Deere Harvester Works
, one of the largest combine factories in the world. The renovated visitor center and gift shop provide a great place to learn about the history of this great company. Free tours are offered while the factory is in production - we suggest calling ahead to confirm availability.
What are the main festivals in East Moline?
The John Deere Harvester Works is one of the largest combine factories in the world and offers free tours while the factory is in production.
East Moline is also home to many great annual festivals and events. Every July, enjoy the John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run
, a PGA Tour event that has featured many golfing legends. Or check out the annual Quad Cities Balloon Festival at Kennedy Square, which has several balloon launches and a beautiful Night Glow.
What are the outdoor recreation options in East Moline?
If you're interested in getting out and about, check out Empire Park in downtown East Moline. Empire Park features a giant wooden jungle gym, large picnic pavilions with working electricity and nearby grills. There's also an adjacent boat launch into the Mississippi River, restrooms and rolle bolle courts. Or visit The Quarter, with riverfront walking trails and a beautiful view of the river.
Empire Park features a giant wooden jungle gym that will entertain kids for hours.
For more information on business, housing, recreation, schools, and the city of East Moline visit eastmoline.com
. For information from their Chamber of Commerce visit quadcitieschamber.com