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Price and Availability Index in Davenport
Vacation Rental Price Information in Davenport
We analyzed vacation houses, cottages and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Davenport. Prices in a week of March (3/14 - 3/21) go up to $202 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 12 months. Conversely, the cheapest average prices are in a week of October (10/26 - 11/2).
Rental Availability Information in Davenport
Find out the percentage of available rentals in Davenport with the graph above. The week with the lowest percentage of available accommodations is in June (6/29 - 7/6). More accommodations are available in a week of December (12/7 - 12/14) as the booking rate is only 18%.
The Weather in Davenport
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. July is the warmest month in Davenport with average maximum temperatures of 91°. However, temperatures can go lower than 51° in Davenport in January. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is December.
Discover Davenport from your vacation home
From America's largest government-owned weapons manufacturer to old American Indian Credit Island and the incredible Figge and Putnam collections, Davenport is awash in history stretching back to the earliest settlers. Discover the beautiful Vander Veer Gardens, which overflow with flowers in the summer, and the world's largest roller dam, right here in Davenport, Iowa.
One (five) Mississippi
Check out Lock and Dam No15, a lock and dam on the Upper Mississippi River spanning Rock Island to Davenport. A feat of engineering, this is the largest roller dam in the world. Non-submersible roller gates stretch the entire breadth of the dam which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Off the beaten track and onto the trail
Veer off the beaten track and into the natural paradise that is Sunderbruch Park. Follow one of the trails by bike, horseback, or foot to see a variety of beautiful habitats, ranging from verdant fields to knotted woodland, and immerse yourself in the natural world. Equestrians can hack through five miles of trails, and there are BMX jumps and ramps for the deft pedalers out there.
Delights in Davenport
Figge Art Museum
There's so much going on at Figge! A rotation of exhibitions by artists is joined by a packed events schedule of talks, tours, and special screenings. Come for a special vacation celebration, or view the Grant Wood Archive and permanent collection which ranges from American art to Mexican Colonial and European works.
16.000 artifacts and specimens are best navigated by guided tour, though you can also enjoy exclusive theater and 3D cinema plus live interactive performances at this amazing, modern museum of the natural and ancient worlds.
Vander Veer Botanical Park
Since 1885, these formal gardens have been wowing visitors who stroll through 33 acres of parkland, from the Conservatory to the Stone Fountain. Come for the Chrysanthemum Festival for a riot of form and color you won't forget, while the Poinsettia Lights Display is the best way to welcome in the winter vacation season.
Named for its former identity as an American Indian trading post, Credit was once represented by the promise of hides and skins to be delivered at a later date. Its community park, sports fields, and golf course are listed in the Davenport Register of Historic Properties and played host to a battle in 1812 between the Sauk Indians and a British regiment, recorded by Black Hawk.
Rock Island Arsenal
Originally established as a government island in 1816, Arsenal Island is still the location of Fort Armstrong. It is the largest government-owned weapons manufacturer in the United States and has been since the 1880s.
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