Located in East Central Iowa, Muscatine County's eastern edge touches the banks of the Mighty Mississippi River. The city of Muscatine, once a busy river port, revels in the river today. In fact, Muscatine is nestled on the banks of the Mississippi along the only place where the north-south river runs east to west.
Muscatine is rich in history, activities, amenities, innovation and entrepreneurial spirit, as well as natural beauty. From our perfect position on the Mississippi, to our bluffs and park and recreational facilities, you have plenty of options to choose.
We're easily accessible via Interstate 80, US Highway 61 and State Routes 22, 38 and 92. There are also quite a few county roads to ramble for exploring those out of the way places. Muscatine is easily accessed and easily enjoyed.
Whether you’re visiting for business, family, sports, history, shopping or to enjoy our beautiful parks and river views, Muscatine is the natural choice. We’re happy to have you visit us and invite you to experience the warm Midwestern hospitality you’ll find here.
The chart below can help map out your travel. The Muscatine Convention and Visitors Bureau can help map out your stay and adventure.