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Historical Landmark in the Iowa area
Clinton IA, 52732
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Clinton IA, 52732
Springs at Bettendorf Apartments is conveniently close to shopping and dining and only a short drive from many major employers in the Quad Cities, including John Deere and Rock Island Arsenal. It is located in the Pleasant View School District. Featuring a leash-free dog park, this pet-friendly apartment community borders Crow Creek Park, which offers jogging and biking trails, athletic fields for soccer and baseball, basketball courts and picnic shelters.
Clinton IA, 52722
Overview of Clinton
Nestled on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River along the Iowa/Illinois border, the city of Clinton, Iowa, is one of the finest places in the Hawkeye State to live. With 65 acres of park-like settings, a beautiful riverfront location and exciting community events, residents in Clinton enjoy their Midwestern way of life. People who live in Clinton apartments for rent can enjoy Triple A baseball games and showboat river rides as well as their own farmers market, ballet and orchestra, showing how diverse and interesting this small city is. Clinton is also just a short drive away from everything the Quad Cities have to offer, giving it a small town atmosphere close to many big city amenities. Clinton is also close to numerous outdoor and recreational activities due to its location near the nation's biggest river.
Living in Clinton, IA
Clinton was originally platted as the town of New York in 1836 by European settlers, many of them French. However, Blackhawk Native Americans had been living in the area for many centuries before then. The area quickly became known as a major hub for the lumber industry, and was even dubbed the "Lumber Capital of the World." At the end of the 19th century, Clinton boasted 13 millionaires in the city - despite its small size - the largest per capita of any town or city at the time. After the gateway bridge between Illinois and Iowa was built in the 1950s, the city grew exponentially. People who live here now enjoy a very low cost of living. According to City-Data, the index is more than 21 points below the national average, making it an astoundingly affordable place to live and raise a family.
Clinton Attractions and Special Events
Many residents who live in Clinton enjoy going to Lumber Kings games during baseball season at Ashford University Field. The venue also has a kids playground and fun area, a picnic pavilion, party deck and garden party area for residents to enjoy.
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