In addition to the new wayfinding signage recently installed in Iola, the city also has a new decorative archway over the Prairie Spirit Trail where it crossed US-54 highway.
From The Kansas Trail News There will be an official opening of the new 6.5-mile Southwind Rail Trail (southern extension of Prairie Spirit, from Iola to Humboldt) on Saturday, June 8th, 2:00 p.m. at the north of the Riverside Park … Read More
Prairie Spirit Rail Trail State Park will be having an Open House on March 9th, 2013 from 8 am to 12 noon in the City of Iola at the Riverside Park Community Building (600 South State Street). Thrive Allen County‘s … Read More
According to Clark Coan at the Sunflower Rail-Trails Conservancy: “David Toland with Thrive Allen County reports that the new section of the Prairie Spirit Trail within the city limits of Iola is now complete. Asphalt has been laid and a … Read More
According to “Our Man in Iola” Kretzmeier: “The asphalt from the 109 mile marker South to Riverside Park is in place today. Some of the grading is yet to be completed, but it is navigable. Our group rode the distance … Read More
The trail extension from the Prairie Spirit Trail State Park to River Side Park in Iola is not done. There is a tentative deadline of June 1. This however, depends on many factors including weather. The bridge is still out … Read More
David Toland with Thrive Allen County reports the following: “The Sunflower Foundation has approved a $22,818 grant to build the Prairie Spirit Trail Extension from Humboldt to Iola. The Health Care Foundation of Greater KC has also approved the matching … Read More