The Bee Branch Creek Greenway is part of our community's infrastructure to control flooding, but it also serves as a beautiful linear park. The one-mile greenway stretches from the heart of Dubuque's North End to the Mississippi River at Chaplain Schmitt Island. It is home to a multi-use trail, scenic overlooks, an outdoor amphitheater, benches, lighting, rest areas, a garden, and a bioswale board walk.
The Bee Branch Creek Greenway is open 24 hours a day. Lights along the the multi-use trail are on from dusk to dawn.
Bee Branch Watershed Flood Mitigation Project
The Bee Branch Creek Greenway is part of the Bee Branch Watershed Flood Mitigation Project, a multi-phased, fiscally responsible investment to mitigate flooding, improve water quality, stimulate investment, and enhance quality of life within the Bee Branch Watershed. Click here to learn more.