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The Weather in Iola
This is the climate diagram in Iola. On average, the warmest month is July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Iola, with temperatures going under 23° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Uncover a Kansas treasure with an Iola vacation home
Iola is a charming historical town that offers a true glimpse into the Kansas way of life. At the same time, when you choose a vacation rental here you'll have easy access to the nearby attractions of Kansas City and Wichita.
Get a feel for this charming town by taking the Molly Trolley Tour, which passes over 50 historic homes - you'll learn about the former inhabitants and view fascinating pictures dating from the late-19th century.
Dating from 1904, the Courthouse Clock is an important local landmark, while you can dig deeper into Iola's past at the Allen Country Historical Museum. The Funston Historical Home and Museum is another must, as is the Allen County Jail Museum.
Recreation and refreshments
When traveling with kids, be sure to visit the beautiful Riveside Park, located on the banks of the Neosho River. Sports courts, playgrounds, a petting barn, a skate park and a swimming pool offer plenty of options for fun, while mum and dad will be pleased with the modern amenities, such as picnic tables, shelters and grills.
After they've built up a hunger, treat the kids to some tasty chocolate treats at the historic Russell Stover's Candies Outlet Store. Then round the day off by catching a thrilling football game at the Iola Riverside Park Stadium.
Located across the border in Missouri, Kansas City can be reached in around 90 minutes and makes for a great day trip. Its many superb attractions include the magical open-air Starlight Theatre, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, and the Airline History Museum - there really is something for everyone here.
Or why not check out Wichita for the day? From the botanical gardens to the Museum of World Treasures, the city is full of unmissable cultural gems. Old Cowtown Museum is particularly impressive: the period village recreates the Old West, and holds steampunk and other special events.
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