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Rm 304: Gazebo & Garden

This riverfront room has a queen bed with antique spool headboard, leather chair and a light and airy decor with a cottage feel. 231 square feet. 

*Fort Madison has 2 beautiful gazebos in Old Settlers Park and Central Park with many gardens to enjoy! 

Old Settlers Park was given that name when it became the official location of the annual reunion of the Old Settlers Association.  The original bandstand was demolished in the 1930s and was replaced in the 1990s.  Chief Black Hawk made his last speech here in 1838 as the honored guest during the 4th of July Celebration.  Located at 4th Street and Avenue E.

Central Park is home to the City Band that gives free community concerts during the summer!  The park also has an artesian fountain, flower gardens, and a Boy Scouts of America Statue of Liberty Replica.  Fort Madison has one of over 200 replicas that were distributed throughout 39 states in the US in 1950. Located at 9th Street and Avenue E. 

Riverview Park is Fort Madison's showpiece for all to enjoy with it's open views of the Mississippi River, BNSF Bridge and waterway traffic! This 35-acre park offers a marina, picnic facilities, open shelter, Veterans Memorial, playground equipment, restrooms, formal flower garden, Santa Fe 2913 Steam Engine Locomotive, River Walk, Kuhlmeier Reflecting Pond / Ice Skating Rink, two sand volleyball courts, and Old Fort Madison.  Located at 812 Riverview Drive and directly across the street from the Kingsley Inn!


Air conditioned
Alarm Clock
Cable/Satellite TV
Clock Radio
Linen Provided
Linen and Towels Provided
Lift/Elevator Access
Room Service
Shower over bath
Single Bed
Wireless Internet
Complimentary Welcome Drink at River Rocks