Getting to Know North Liberty


orth Liberty is an ever-growing community with plenty to offer. When I was growing up, I used to drive along on a gravel road, passing by corn and bean fields. Nowadays that road has been paved and that cornfield has turned into the wonderful Liberty High School featuring two indoor gymnasiums, an auditorium, a media center, and an academic wing that can hold 1000 students. There is even an addition planned to hold another 500 students which will be completed in 2022.

As the area continues to develop, there are plenty of new construction homes to choose from and cater to your needs or you can find a myriad of neighborhoods with great qualities to settle into. Even with its recent growth, if you are worried about financing you may be able to qualify for a rural development loan.

You will find that there is no shortage of restaurant choices too. If you’re in the mood for breakfast, I would recommend Bluebird Cafe. As for lunch and dinner, you can check out Red’s Alehouse, the Tin Roost, or enjoy some barbeque at Mosley’s. Even if you just need a quick bite there is plenty to offer, including Chester’s Chicken and Pancheros.

If you enjoy being outdoors,  there are plenty of trails for biking, walking, or running. You can find all of them on the city’s website linked at the bottom. North Liberty also offers golfing at the Quail Creek Golf Course. If you’re looking for some outdoor family fun you can take them to Centennial or Quail Ridge Park or have a great time swimming at the North Liberty Aquatic Center.

North Liberty, IA

Submitted by
Evan Meyer
RE/MAX Affiliates
Coralville, IA

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