Points of Interest


Squaw Creek Park
The Squaw Creek Campground complex is one of the finest in the region, and sports a new state-of-the-art shower facility that opened in the Spring of 2009! The park is also directly adjacent to the Donald K. Gardner Golf Course, managed by the City of Cedar Rapids. There are 24 reservable camping spots, 70 total, trails, sledding, skiiing and much more.

Cedar Rapids Downtown Farmer's Market
Our Downtown Farmers’ Market has become one of the largest open-air markets in the Midwest, with as many as 16,000 patrons visiting each market. We are proud to have more than 220 local Iowa vendors offering fresh produce, a variety of baked goods, artisan gifts, meats and dairy products. Rain or shine during the months of June through September, patrons can enjoy a big-as-your-face cinnamon roll and sample local Iowa wine while catching up with friends and neighbors. Live music, dancers and street performances round out this eclectic Cedar Rapids original.

The Paramount Theatre
The Paramount Theatre, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is one of just 300 movie palaces left in the United States according to a story in USA Today. Built in the architecturally extravagant 1920's, the theatre annually hosts concerts, fundraisers, corporate meetings, dance recitals and a Broadway Series. The Theatre is home to Orchestra Iowa, the region’s premier symphony orchestra.

Cedar Rapids Titans Football Team
The Titans are a second year professional indoor football franchise that begins play in February 2013 at the Cedar Rapids Ice Arena. We will play our season season at the Ice Arena with the intent to move into the US Cellular Center as one of the anchor tenants in the building upon completion of the renovation project in March of 2014. The Titans are a proud member of the Indoor Football League, a 16-team league with teams from Richmond, VA to Everett, WA. The IFL is a developmental league designed to get players to the National Football League or Canadian Football League.

USHL Cedar Rapids RoughRiders Hockey Club
The Riders arrived from Mason City in 1999 after having previously operated as the North Iowa Huskies. The Riders spent the first half of the 1999-2000 season on the road while awaiting the completion of construction on the Cedar Rapids Ice Arena. The Riders have called the Cedar Rapids Ice Arena (The Stable) home ever since.

Cedar Rapids Kernels Baseball Team
The Cedar Rapids Kernels play Minor League Baseball in Cedar Rapids, Iowa as the class A Midwest League affiliate of the Minnesota Twins.

Squaw Creek Park Picture provided by Rubicon Photos.
Cedar Rapids Farmer's Market
The Paramount Theatre

Cedar Rapids Titans

Rough Riders Hockey Club

Cedar Rapids Kernels