Your Prairie Spirit Trail Resource Site
Iola earned top honors in the 2015 Trail Town Challenge, besting Garnett, Ottawa, and the other communities along the Prairie Spirit Trail.
Lots of riders out on the Prairie Spirit Trail in Garnett enjoying some brilliant early-autumn weather this past weekend!
The Franklin County sheriff and Emergency Medical Services are working on an agreement to patrol the Prairie Spirit Trail and Flint Hills Nature Trail.
Heads up: The City of Iola is resurfacing the paved parking lot at Cofachique Park, and the loose rock can be a hazard for bicycle traffic.
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.
Iola has recently added new signs along the Prairie Spirit Trail. The new signs provide visitors with information to help find services, amenities, and major landmarks.
Iola is hosting a new bicycling event called the Portland Alley Pedalfest, a festival of bikes, music, food, and fun. The inaugural event is September 12-13 in Iola.
Recent additions along the Prairie Spirit Trail have helped to earn Ottawa Kansas a designated as a Playful City USA for the sixth time.
Stan Scoville, 69, of Iola, Kansas, died Saturday, May 2, 2015, doing what he enjoyed most, riding his bicycle on the Prairie Spirit Trail.
Bicyclists can ride the Midland Railroad from Baldwin City to Ottawa on June 20th to ride the Prairie Spirit Trail and/or Flint Hills Nature Trail.