Minneola, Kansas

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Minneola is a city in Clark County, Kansas, United States. The population was 717 at the 2000 census.



Minneola is located at 37°26′29″N 100°0′52″W / 37.44139°N 100.01444°W / 37.44139; -100.01444 (37.441260, -100.014406)[3]. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 0.4 square miles (1.2 km²), all of it land. The city is roughly five blocks by eight blocks in size. Everything is within walking or biking distance.


Originally eclipsing the nearby Appleton[1] settlement because of its proximity to the Rock Island Rail line, Minneola now benefits from being at the intersection of U.S. Routes 54 and U.S. Route 283. The Minneola Co-op's grain elevator stands sentinel at the north edge of town along the rail line and is visible for miles around. Most businesses are focused on agricultural needs in this farming and ranching community.[2] The Minneola Record, founded in 1906, is believed to have been the oldest continuously operating business in the town.[3]

An unusual taxidermy collection is displayed at Tim's Diner[4], which is located in the shadow the grain elevator. Tim's Diner displays dozens of dioramas involving animals from all over North America. Pheasant, quail, deer, teal, and dove hunting are popular locally.[5]

Community services

The Minneola District Hospital is located in the city.[4]

A volunteer fire department[5] and the Clark County Sheriff's Department oversee public safety.

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