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RAGBRAI will be passing through Stuart on Monday, July 22nd. Information is below for both riders and residents.

For additional information, you can contact:

Brenda Dudley

Karen Varley

Ryan Morrison

Jodi Bassett

Information for Riders

Letter From the Mayor

Welcome RAGBRAI riders to Stuart, Iowa, home of 1700 Good Eggs and a few stinkers.  While you are here, you can stop in for a tour of our historic Rock Island Railroad Depot and our beautifully restored Saints Center, rebuilt after a tragic arsonist fire.  Be sure to stop by the site of the First National Bank, robbed by Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow in 1934 and get your picture taken with likenesses of the two infamous outlaws.  While you are here, enjoy listening to two bands and trying your hand at some games (beer pong, Jenga, horse shoes and checkers) as you feast on food from our numerous vendors.  Thank you for stopping in our small town and enjoying its amenities.  I hope you will enjoy your stay and have a safe trip on your trek across Iowa.


Mayor Dick Cook


There are several useful maps for the RAGBRAI route below. Clicking on any of the below links will open the map image in a new tab.


Support Driver Parking and Shuttle Stop Locations

Stuart Park Vendor Locations

Downtown Stuart Vendor Locations

Emergency Storm Shelter Locations

Emergency Services

Useful Stops

Below are some useful spots for you to stop. Click on the location for a Google Maps link to the place.

If you need to use a computer or charge your phone:

Stuart Public Library
111 Front Street

To view the information booth:

Lot on the corner of Front Street and N Division Street.

Portable toilets in the following areas:

Lawbaugh Park

The Beer Garden

Support Vehicle Parking (link opens support vehicle map)

To fill your water bottles on the way out of Stuart:

Stuart Veterinary Clinic
827 Front Street


Some entertainment options to check out while in Stuart are the following:

There will be live music at both the gazebo at Lawbaugh Park and at the Beer Garden (Downtown Stuart) from 10am to 3pm.
Bands featured are Work Day Cure (soft rock) and Cold Pizza and Day Old Bread (country/rock)

There will be games at the park and downtown Stuart, including:

  • Giant Beer Pong
  • Horseshoes
  • Giant Jenga
  • Giant Checkers

Information for Stuart Residents

Things to Keep in Mind

There will be quite a bit of congestion in Stuart throughout the day Monday, the 22nd. Take extra caution when driving throughout town.

Parking will be very limited on N Division Street, as well as 2nd Street.

City Ordinance