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What Are The Best Rental Amenities in Rolla, MO?

Amenity Overview in Rolla, MO

Above shows the popular amenities in Rolla and the number of the rental properties associated with each amenity. In Rolla, 43 rentals offer Air Conditioning, 43 rentals offer No Smoking, 42 rentals offer Bed linens provided. So, if you need Air Conditioning during your vacation, use the Air Conditioning filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Pool, Hot Tub.

How Does The Vacation Home Rental Price Look Like in Rolla, MO?

Vacation House & Cabin Rental Price Information in Rolla, MO

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Which Accommodations Should I Pick in Rolla, MO?
Rental Property Types in Rolla, MO
There are various types of homes in Rolla area. Depending on your group size, you can pick the one using filters accordingly. House is the most popular accommodation type, and the largest homes can accommodate 32 people.The least popular accommodation in Rolla is Campground rentals
How Many Accommodations Are Not Pets Friendly in Rolla, MO?
Percentage of Pet Friendly Rental Properties in Rolla, MO
30.43% of vacation homes in Rolla are pet friendly. Either you bring your loved pets on vacation or you have pet allergies, make sure to select the homes by applying the right filters.
Where Should We Visit in Rolla, MO Area?
Must Visit Places In Rolla, MO

When you have only limited times to spend in Rolla, we highly recommend you to visit those famous places:

Trail Recommendations in Rolla, MO Area?
Must Visit Trails In Rolla, MO
If you like outdoor activities, we highly recommend you to visit those famous trails: Kaintuck Hollow Acorn Section Trail, Kaintuck Trail: Cedar Section, Kaintuck Trail: Oak Leaf Section, Kaintuck Trail: Mushroom Section, Cedar Bluff Trail, Kaintuck Trail: Redbird Section, Blossom Rock Trail, Kaintuck Trail: Deer Track Section, Clifty Creek Natural Area Trail, Lake Ziske Trail.
Any RV Campgrounds in Rolla, MO?
Most Visited Campgrounds In Rolla, MO
The best RV campgrounds here in Rolla are: Stanton / Meramec KOA, Meramec Campground, Onondaga Cave Campground, Red Bluff Campground, Osage Bluff, Lake Of the Ozarks Campground, Mill Creek (missouri) Campground, Honeydew Campground, Montauk Campground, Pulltite Campground.
How Many Airports in Rolla, MO?
Airports Options in Rolla, MO

1 airport(s) close to Rolla are:

What are the activities in Rolla, MO that are family friendly?
Family Friendly Activities

The Centre, located at 1200 Holloway Street in Rolla, is a health and recreation center with activities for the entire family. There is an indoor swimming pool, two indoor basketball courts, a group fitness studio, and a fitness area.

Why not take the family bowling? Coachlite Lanes at 1038 Kings Highway is listed as one of 95 Bowling Centers You Must Visit in Bowler’s Journal. It was also listed as one of eight centers featured in an article entitled “Bowling Road Trip” in Bowler. It is a 16-lane, automatic scoring facility with many open bowling times.

The adventure begins at Rolla Great Xscape, a new escape room in the area. Figure out the clues to escape from Hunter’s Cabin or be a detective trying to catch a notorious serial killer. The escape room is located at 939 Parkwood Drive.

The Zone has something for everyone in the family, offering roller skating, laser tag, a laser maze, a bounce area, soft play jungle gym, and more. They also have the best family-oriented arcade in the area with selections that are frequently updated. The more games you play, the more you win and with a large selection of prizes, your family will want to play all day.

Where to visit in order to explore art and culture in Rolla, MO?
Art & Culture Places

The Ed Clark Museum of Missouri Geology will provide you and your family with an understanding of rocks. There is a large rock collection, and the curators provide an excellent explanation of Missouri geology. The museum is located at 111 Fairgrounds Road.

Founded in 1988, the Ozark Actors Theatre performs in a remodeled church, a step up from their beginning when they did not even have a stage. It is now one of the most active local theatres in Missouri. Locals often flock to the theatre for plays and for their movie nights and visitors love the vintage feel of the interior of the Cedar Street Playhouse, located at 701 North Cedar Street.

One of the strangest attractions in Rolla is the Museum of Vacuums, a quirky location that provides an in-depth understanding of the evolution of one of our most taken-for-granted appliances. Filled with old vacuums, the museum allows you to view vacuums almost from the time they were invented. The curator is very passionate about the subject and provides guided tours, telling the story of the first vacuum and describing each one that is on display. Find the museum at 410 South Bishop Avenue.

How to plan 1 or 2 or 3-day trip itineraries in Rolla, MO?
Trip Planning

Start out with breakfast at Penelope’s Restaurant at 1049 Kings Highway before heading to The Fugitive Beach, once an old quarry but now a fun waterpark. Grab lunch at one of the concession stands there and spend the entire day splashing in the water or relaxing on the beach. End your day with dinner at NaCl+H2O and a pint at Hopper’s Pub.

The next day, if it is a weekend, have breakfast at the Tater Patch or, if it is a weekday, at Einstein Brothers Bagels. Visit the historic Phelps County Jail, then the Ed Clark Museum of Missouri Geology and the Vacuum Museum. Take a hike through the Mark Twain National Forest before heading to lunch at A Slice of Pie. After lunch, spend some time bowling or at The Zone, roller skating, and playing in the arcade. Take a look at the mini-Stonehenge and wander through the Rolla Antique Mall before heading to dinner at Randy’s Roadkill BBQ. Finish the night with a cold brew at the Public House.

How to get around in Rolla, MO?

The closest international airport to Rolla, Missouri is Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, about 110 miles from Rolla while the Kansas City International Airport is about 242 miles away. It is possible to fly into one of these airports and take another flight to Waynesville-St. Robert Regional Airport, just 32 miles away. You will then need to rent a car to get to Rolla.

Where are the hidden gems or unique spots to visit in Rolla, MO?
Hidden Gems

Built on the former grounds of the University of Missouri at Rolla Rock Mechanics and Explosives Center, a miniature Stonehenge stands. The structure was created to demonstrate how high-pressure water jets can carve stone. Since it is along historic Route 66, it is a common visiting place for those traveling that road.

Ber Juan Park is nearly 85 acres of open grassland with walking trails and excellent recreational facilities. There are tennis courts and SplashZone, an outdoor waterpark. The waterpark has interactive play features for smaller children, two water slides, a lazy river, a vortex, zero-depth entry as well as innertube rentals. There is a concession stand as well. Ben Juan Park also has two picnic shelters, three softball fields, two baseball fields, six tennis courts, two basketball courts, two football or soccer fields, three playgrounds, and a mile and a half of exercise trails.

What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in Rolla, MO?
Local Events & Festivals

The Route 66 Summerfest, held in June, has a cruise-in car show, scholarship pageant as well as food and craft vendors throughout the downtown area. On Friday, there is a movie under the stars and a live concert on Saturday night.

In August, locals flock to the Phelps County Fair in Rolla with two entertainment stages, carnival rides, livestock events, and more. The fair lasts for three days and also features a demo derby, mud run, truck & tractor pull, ATV rodeo as well as a beer garden. There are food and merchandise vendors as well. The fairground is located at 12860 Highway 63 South.

What are the must-visit places in Rolla, MO?
Must See Attractions

The Historic Phelps County Jail is an interesting attraction in Rolla. It was built in 1860 for just $3,000 and operated by Phelps County until 1912. When Union forces took over the town in 1861, they used the jail to house military and civilian prisoners during the Civil War. It is located on Park Street between Second and Third Streets.

If you love nature, you will want to visit the Ozark River Audubon Society Nature Center. It is perfect for a long walk, hike, or jog through its five distinct ecosystems. There is a dolomite glade, tall grass prairie, oak savannah, upland oak forest, and a spring-fed riparian zone. Access is free to the public. You access the preserve at the University Drive exit from I-44 to White Columns Drive. Turn right on Merriweather and go to the end of the road.

If you want a fun, unique activity, be sure to check out The Fugitive Beach, an exciting natural waterpark. There are cliff jumps, waterslides, a water obstacle course, beach volleyball, beach dodgeball, and even human foosball. Even if you just want to relax with your feet in the sand, there is a place for you to do that at Fugitive Beach. The beach is located at 16875 County Rod 5285.

The Mark Twain National Forest is one of the largest national parks in the country, stretching over 750 miles. They offer biking, hiking, and walking trails as well as many recreational activities.

What are the travel peak seasons in Rolla, MO?
Peak Seasons

The average monthly temperatures in Rolla, Missouri, are as follows:

  • January – low of 22F (-17C); high of 41F (5C)
  • February – low of 25F (-4C); high of 46F (8C)
  • March – low of 35F (2C); high of 56F (13C)
  • April – low of 46F (8C); high of 67F (19C)
  • May – low of 55F (13C); high of 76F (24C)
  • June – low of 68F (20C); high of 84F (29C)
  • July – low of 68F (20C); high of 89F (32C)
  • August – low of 67F (19C); high of 88F (31C)
  • September – low of 58F (14C); high of 80F (27C)
  • October – low of 47F (8C); high of 69F (21C)
  • November – low of 36F (2C); high of 56F (13C)
  • December – low of 26F (-3C); high of 44F (7C)

The Rolla area gets an average of 46 inches of rain and 13 inches of snow each year. They also experience periods of sleet and hail.

What are the nightlife spots in Rolla, MO?
Nightlife Spots

Hopper’s Pub is a fun, neighborhood pub where locals come to relax and unwind. People come to watch the game or catch up with friends. They are open for lunch and dinner, with menu items like loaded fries, soft pretzels with beer cheese, burgers, salads, and more. They have an extensive beer menu with 66 different options, including Dogfish Head, Hopper’s Frog Drool, Boulevard Tank 7, New Belgium Voodoo Ranger, and Free State Ad Astra White. Monday is Bingo Night, Wednesday is Trivia Night, Thursday is Karaoke while Friday and Saturday Hopper’s has a DJ. Be sure to ask about the Hopper Mug Club when you visit 723 North Pine Street.

The Public House began as a desire to brew excellent class beer styles and, what started in a garage has become an obsession, not just for the owners but for those who frequent their location. Everything they do at Public House has sustainability in mind, from their nitrogen generation in the brewing process to the recycling of all materials used. In addition to offering hand-crafted brews, the original location in Rolla is a warm and inviting brewpub with menu items that include farm-fresh pizza, sandwiches, and salads. You may even get to test a brand-new beer at this location. There is often live music at the brewpub which is located at 600 North Rolla Street.

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