Agritourism is all about learning and enjoying natural resources in the area – like farmers markets, farms, orchards, berry patches, pumpkin patches, vineyards, and so much more! Missouri is full of incredible places like this that you’ll love visiting on your next trip to Missouri. Whether you are looking for a great place to relax and have a good time picking berries, or you are looking for an educational experience to learn more about farming, Missouri has just the thing! Last time, we talked about great Farmers’ Markets you could visit. This week, we’re talking about the incredible farms, hatcheries, patches, and more! And don’t forget, Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri can help you plan your perfect trip to Missouri with the best bed & breakfasts in the state! Keep reading to learn all about it.

Meet the Animals!

Warm Springs Ranch – Home of the Budweiser Clydesdales

25270 Route 98
Boonville, MO 65233
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This is the 300-acre Anheuser-Busch Clydesdale breeding and training facility, home to more than 100 Clydesdales.

Meet the Clydesdale stallions, mares, foals and geldings in their natural environment. Tours include the custom-made harness, a 1903 Studebaker-built beer wagon, the luxury transport trailer and the gift shop.

Guests 21 and older can sample a Budweiser beer. Tours given April thru October; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tours are given rain or shine. Tours are very popular, so reservations are required and should be made well in advance. Visit our website for details, tour times and reservation information. Located 10 miles east of Boonville.

Purina Farms

200 Checkerboard Drive
Gray Summit, MO 63039
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Barnyard animals, dogs, cats, wagon rides, cow milking, hayloft activities and exciting daily canine performances. Call for reservations.

Admission and parking are free except when noted during special events. Ten minutes west of Six Flags on I-44.

Open mid-March through mid-November.

Hasselbring’s Harmony Alpaca Ranch

29049 Davis Road
Concordia, MO 64020
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Hasselbring’s Harmony Ranch breeds and raises the elegant and rare Suri alpaca. Approximately 10 percent of alpacas in the United States are Suri alpacas, which have long fiber that grows downwards like dreadlocks. A Suri alpaca in full fleece is like walking art.

Alpacas are prized for their fiber, which is sheared annually, and used for luxury yarns and clothing that is incredibly soft, lightweight and warmer than wool.

Hasselbring’s Harmony Ranch is home to around 180 alpacas. Tours of the farm are conducted by appointment throughout the year. Alpaca products, including yarn, made from locally grown alpacas are available for purchase.

This is an excellent experience for people of all ages, including families with young children. Tour groups of up to 35 people are welcome. A pavilion is available for groups to gather; visitors are welcome to bring sack lunches.

Farm visits are provided by appointment only. Cost is $10 per person, under 2, no charge. Please call ahead to schedule.

Messner Bee Farm

8301 Westridge Road
Raytown, MO 64138
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We keep bees in the Kansas City metro! We focus on natural beekeeping practices and bring you products made with beeswax and honey from happy bees! We make products with the beeswax like lip balm, Beard oil, deodorant and solid perfume. We also sell yummy raw honey!

We sell all of our handmade products along with beekeeping equipment and handmade items from other local artist and makers in our store. It’s a great place to learn about bees and pick up a gift.

We also offer field trips for children ages 4-16, schools, Scouts or multi-family; they book up months in advance.

Neosho National Fish Hatchery

520 Park St.
Neosho, MO 64850
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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Fisheries Program has played a vital role in conserving America’s fisheries since 1871, partnering with states, tribes, federal agencies, other Service programs, and private interests in efforts to conserve fish and other aquatic resources. The Fisheries Program provides a broad network of on-the-ground expertise that is unique in its geographic coverage, its array of scientific capabilities, and its ability to work strategically across political and jurisdictional boundaries.

The Neosho National Fish Hatchery is the oldest operating federal fish hatchery in the United States. Established in 1888, the hatchery is located in the Ozark Mountain Region of southwest Missouri. It is one of 70 hatcheries operated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with a mission to conserve and protect our nation’s fishery resources.

Over the years more than 132 different species of fish have been raised at the Neosho National Fish Hatchery. Today the hatchery rears primarily rainbow trout, pallid sturgeon, and Topeka shiners. Sound science is used to efficiently produce quality rainbow trout for fishing in modified habitats contributing to healthy economies. The hatchery also enhances recreational fishing opportunities through the stocking of rainbow trout into Branson’s Lake Taneycomo, providing an enormous boost to the local economy. The high quality and efficient rainbow trout production at Neosho NFH is just one aspect of our fish production that creates a positive ripple effect for all Americans. As many as 15,000 pallid sturgeons are reared onsite annually for release into the Missouri River as a continuous effort to offset the endangered status of this species.

Visitors are always welcome! The common areas throughout the grounds of the hatchery have been conditioned and maintained to a park status. Open pavilions are available for use, including an area where outdoor grilling can be available.  These areas have been utilized for family reunions and other gatherings. Stop and tour the gift shop, walk around the open common areas of the hatchery and visit with the staff. A great place to visit! Educational, fun and a beautiful setting to enjoy the day.

Where Pigs Fly Farm & Pigs Aloft Museum

2810 Route 50
Linn, MO 65051
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Join us for an Unforgettable Experience & Learn about Farm Life

When you visit the Where Pigs Fly Farm you will be able to interact with farm animals and learn more about agriculture and today’s farmer.

Our Farm is a great place for kids and adults.

Our 62.7-acre farm with hundreds of rescued farm animals, 20 acres of crop land, a 100-year-old farm house, implement barn – a.k.a. Oinkin’ Hall – an old milk barn, chicken house and livestock barn provides experiences that your kids will be telling their kids about!

We are the ONLY PLACE in the WORLD with a Pig Museum, where you can also enjoy interacting with farm animals and learn about agriculture.

At the Where Pigs Fly Farm we have hundreds of rescued animals and birds for you to get to know. The farm animals at the farm include:

Katahdin Sheep, Dorper Sheep, Jacob Sheep, Southdown Sheep, Nigerian Dwarf Goats, Pygmy Goats, Grunts (a large black, nearly 100 pounds), Pot Bellied Pigs, Meishan Pigs, KuneKune Pigs, MuleFoot Pigs, Scottish Highland Cattle, Hereford Cattle, Black Angus Cattle, Llama, Alpaca, Mini Horses, Appaloosa Horse, Quarter Horse, Morgan Horse, American Paint Horse, Arabian Horse, Mules, Donkeys, Many different breeds of Chickens, Guinea Fowl, Peafowl, Pomeranian Ducks, Rouen Ducks, Muscovy Ducks, Khaki Campbell Ducks, Pekin Ducks, Emden Geese, Pilgrim Goose, Canada Geese, Budgie Parakeets, Cockatiels, Amazon Parrots, Macaws, White Cockatoo, Pigeons

When you visit the farm, we welcome you to interact with, pet, and feed them all.

Lost Valley Fish Hatchery

28232 Hatchery Ave.
Warsaw, MO 65355
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This is the largest, state owned, warm-water hatchery in Missouri; one of the largest in the nation. It raises walleye, muskellunge, channel catfish, largemouth bass, striped and hybrid striped bass, bluegill, and hybrid sunfish to stock in Missouri waters. The 2,000-square-foot visitor center includes: a 12,700-gallon aquarium; a gift shop; a variety of exhibits; demonstrations; and displays. Missouri hunting and fishing permits are available. Fishing is allowed by youth 15 years of age and younger. Tackle and bait are available at the visitors’ center free of charge. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.  Call or visit the website for hours of operation.

Cackle Hatchery

411 W. Commercial St.
Lebanon, MO 65536
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In the 1940s-1950s, every town in the USA had a small poultry hatchery located in town; today there are only about 12 of these chicken hatcheries that produce poultry chicks for the backyard user or small farm buyer. Cackle Hatchery is one of those 12 remaining hobby hatcheries and it’s located right here in Lebanon, Missouri.

Cackle Hatchery provides free limited tours, store, incubation viewing, resources and live baby chicks to see or purchase. Best times for visit are March to September.

Cackle Hatchery sponsors a free fall festival in October with many education opportunities along with fun and games. Watch the website and our Facebook page for more information on this event.

Big River Alpaca

10622 Calico Road
Fletcher, MO 63030
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We are a small alpaca farm dedicated to raising happy, healthy alpacas. We use their fiber to create everything from scarves, gloves and outerwear to sweaters. Alpaca fiber is warmer than most wool, hypoallergenic and as soft as cashmere. We sell our products at our farm and online.

Our alpacas range from pet quality to many blue-ribbon winners. We have added mini pigs to the farm as well as a llama.

Contact us for a farm tour and to see how these beautiful creatures provide us with high-end clothing at our farm store.  Hours are by appointment only.

Montauk Fish Hatchery

Route 119
Salem, MO 65560
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The hatchery is on the headwaters of the Current River. Facilities/features include: five fishing jetties, two springs (Montauk Springs, Bluff Springs), Montauk Lake (five acres), picnic areas, shelter houses, camping, interpretive programs, hiking trails, motel and dining provided by the Department of Natural Resources at Montauk State Park.

This hatchery/trout park is inside Montauk State Park, southeast of Licking. From Route 137, turn east on Route V-V and go 10 miles to Route 119. Turn right on Route 119 and watch for signs.

Crystal Creek Ranch

16660 Crystal Creek Road,
Eminence, MO 65466-9504
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A 1,000-acre ranch, next to the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, one mile from the Jacks Fork River and Alley Spring Mill, five miles from the Current River.

We offer unique lodging adventures, including our sheepherder’s wagon, log cabins, the old red barn, and modern ranch houses for groups.

There is a museum of horse-drawn equipment and farm primitives, a three-acre lake, two miles of running streams, nature trails, and recreation center. Most outside activities are free.

We have self-guided ranch tours, a small-animal area, camping, catch and release fishing, and a four-level overlook deck. Our air-conditioned main hall is available for private events.



Produce Farms

Persimmon Hill Farm

367 Persimmon Hill Lane
Lampe, MO 65681
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Persimmon Hill Farm is a real berry, fruit, and mushroom farm in the scenic Table Rock Lake country of Southwest Missouri. The farm began several decades ago when we fulfilled our dream of starting a berry farm that would also be a destination where families could come for a farm experience as well as great berries and fruits.

Families can tour the fields, pick fresh berries right from the bushes, dine on hot muffins and cobblers, and taste the dozens of unique gourmet products made right on our farm. The Persimmon Hill Farm concept was never about being the biggest; it was always about quality, and especially about the taste.

Beggs Berry World

County Road 332
Benton, MO 63736
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Welcome to Beggs Berry World! Stop by sometime to see us off exit 80 in Benton, Missouri. While you are here, get some of our fresh produce to take home or if you are too hungry to wait, check out our restaurant for a fresh salad or sandwich or our bakery for a pastry or pie.

Beggs Berry World is a family-owned business that takes experience to new levels of producing the sweetest and most delicious fruits and vegetables from the best farm lands in southeast Missouri. Beggs uses that experience gained over many years of responsible and reliable farming methods that yield prize crops year after year. Customers come from miles around all during the year to take home strawberries, melons, sweet corn, tomatoes, fresh lettuce, pumpkins, ice cream and desserts made in Cathy Beggs kitchen.

The fruits and vegetables available will vary throughout the growing season. Generally, we will have our sweet strawberries March to June; delicious cantaloupes and watermelons, July and August; as well as various other produce that we grow.

Historic Weston Orchard & Vineyard

18545 County Road H
Weston, MO 64098
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We provide farm fresh memories, u-pick fruits, and family entertainment, just 35 minutes northwest of Kansas City. Some of the Earth’s greatest apples are grown right here in the Missouri River Valley. We are positive that the wholesome, rural experience we provide in Weston, Missouri will be a great addition to your day trip or overnight stay in our lovely, historic community. In addition to the orchard, we have fresh-pressed cider, wine from our vineyard, a kitchen with sandwiches, pie, and cider donuts, and many seasonal kids’ activities, including a bounce pillow and ziplines.

Seasons: strawberries in May, cherries in June, peaches and blackberries in July and August, apples and pumpkins in September and October

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Thierbach Orchards & Berry Farm

85 Town Branch Road
Marthasville, MO 63357
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Thierbach Orchards is your place in the country for fresh fruit and family fun. Located near the beautiful Katy Trail in Marthasville, we are just over an hour west of St. Louis. We grow a variety of fruit so we can offer fresh fruit beginning in May with the strawberries; continuing into June with the blueberries, cherries and blackberries; July and August feature our juicy peaches and we’ll welcome in the fall with our delicious apples. We also grow garden vegetables and pumpkins.

If you are looking for a great outdoor activity, we offer many opportunities for you to pick your own fruit. Our berry patch is set up exclusively as Pick Your Own, where you can pick your own peaches in July through early August, and kids of all ages can pick their own apples on weekends in September and early October.

We look forward to welcoming you to our orchard!

Shepherd Farms

1580 CR 2010
Clifton Hill, MO 65244
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Shepherd Farms has one of the largest pecan orchards in Missouri. They have a variety of products like pecans, other nuts, candies, jams and honey. This farm is a few miles just off Highway 24 west of Moberly. They also ship their products!

Peters Orchards and Market

32615 Route 65 South
Waverly, MO 64096
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Family-owned Peters Orchard and Market in Waverly features over 500 acres of apples and more than 20 acres of peaches. Orchard production generally goes from mid-July to the end of November.

In addition to retail and wholesale apples and peaches, Peters Market’s features other locally-grown produce in season; fruit butters and jams made locally; cider, honey, sorghum, salsas, nuts, snack mixes and more made especially for them. And don’t forget their homemade apple cider doughnuts during apple season.

There is a free kids’ playground and a picnic area on-site.

Check the Peters Market website or Facebook page for the ripening schedule.

Schweizer Orchards

5455 SE Route FF
St. Joseph, MO 64507
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Nestled in the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River, Schweizer Orchards has produced and packed high quality River Bend Apples for over four generations. A family-owned business, Schweizer Orchards continues this tradition with their retail market in St. Joseph, Missouri.

We offer more than a variety of edible delights, you will also be welcomed by staff with a warm, friendly smile and have the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors by picking your own fruit in season.

We also have freshly picked fruit and produce available inside the market.

The Schweizer Family has produced fine quality fruits for four generations and invites you and your family to come out and sample all the delicious specialties and unusual gift ideas.

Sunflower Hill Farm

245 Terry Road
Augusta, MO 63332
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Co-op vegetables, veggie stand, event center, local honey, chickens & eggs, vineyard.



Dairy Farms

Shatto Milk Company

9406 N. Route 33
Osborn, MO 64474
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Shatto Milk Company is a small, family-owned dairy farm. Visitors may look around and visit our country store without reservations. All groups are welcome.

There is a blanket picnic area. We are committed to making your visit to our farm educational and fun.

Tours (90 minutes) of the dairy, bottling facility and farm are offered Tuesdays through Saturdays, year-round, by appointment. Tours: $6; younger than 3, free.

Baetje Farms

8932 Jackson School Road
Bloomsdale, MO 63627
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Baetje Farms, pronounced “Bay-G”, began when co-founders Steve and Veronica Baetje bought their first goat just over 20 years ago. As a hobby, they sought out the best way to make French inspired “Pure Artisan Farmstead” goat cheeses. Since then, Baetje Farms have won more than 70 national and international awards for their cheese and is distributed throughout the Unites States.

When you visit, be sure to meet our very happy goats out enjoying their pastures. They receive an unlimited supply of filtered spring water from spring fed creeks.  They receive organic teas, organic mineral supplements, locally grown alfalfa and are fed a natural antibiotic free grain.  Happy and healthy goats produce great milk, which helps our cheesemakers make great cheese!

Green Dirt Farm

1099 Welt St.
Weston, MO 64098
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Green Dirt Farm is a small sheep dairy set in the bluffs above the Missouri River Valley, about 40 miles northwest of Kansas City.

We produce award-winning sheep’s milk cheese and yogurt, by hand, on our farm, using milk from our own ewes; also, we sell grass-fed lamb. We do not use synthetic chemicals, hormones or unnecessary antibiotics.

We hold seasonal events at the farm. Check our website for details and schedules.



Pumpkin Patches

Fischer Pumpkin Patch

1905 Mokane Road
Jefferson City, MO 65101

Enjoy a 10-acre corn maze, animals (Clydesdale horses, pigs, a calf, chickens, etc.) hayrides, fresh produce (when in season), 40+ acre pumpkin patch, squash, gourds, straw, mums and corn stalks. We would love for you and your family to come out and spend some time on our farm and make some lasting memories.

The 2019 season is September 28- November 15.

Carolyn’s Country Cousins Pumpkin Patch

17607 NE 52nd St.
Liberty, MO 64068
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Carolyn’s Country Cousins is a working farm only 2 miles south of Liberty, Missouri, with easy access from all parts of Greater Kansas City. Every weekend, during the fall, we offer different and exciting activities for the whole family!  We open at 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. September 15 – October 31.

Families love taking an old-fashioned hayride to the 50-acre U-pick pumpkin patch to pick their own pumpkins and visiting our animals at the petting barn!  Guests can enjoy a ride on Little Bud’s Railroad, watching the live pig races, mining for minerals, sampling the delicious country food and snacks and playing in Lil’ Famers Play Yard. Children can tackle our Giant Spider Web, dig in our Korny Korral and take a perfect family picture on Cousins Ethel’s Giant Porch Swing.  Also located next door is the Liberty Corn Maze for more family fun.

Admission to the family farm and education center is just $10.95 each Monday; Thursday; and $12.95 Friday – Sunday.  Children 2 years and younger are admitted FREE.  Now you can buy your tickets online and zoom through our VIP access line.  Buy your single day, group and season passes online now at!

Llyod’s Pumpkin Patch

6825 E. Route Y
Ashland, MO 65010

Celebrate Fall with a trip to Lloyd’s Pumpkin Patch in Ashland. Bring the family out and enjoy farm animals, a hayride to the you-pick pumpkin patch, corn maze and much more. And enjoy a cup of hot apple cider while visiting! Admission is $5, with pumpkins purchased separately. Children aged two and younger, free. Open Sep. 27-Oct. 26 only.



Tree & Flower Farms

Battlefield Lavender in Centralia

20601 N. Rangeline Road
Centralia, MO 65240
(573) 227-2242

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Explore more than 2,400 plants and 14 varieties of lavender in our 1.3 miles of lavender rows. We create beautiful handmade bath and body products, home decor and more.

When the field is in bloom, a spectacular array of pollinators visit our field, particularly in late spring and early summer, including butterflies, and honey and bumblebees.

Find our family-owned farm just 25 minutes northeast of Columbia in Centralia. Our hours vary seasonally, check Facebook and for details.

Long Row Lavender

26549 S. Stracks Church Road
Wright City, MO 63390
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Established in 2009, Long Row Lavender is a family-owned farm south of Wright City. Today, it encompasses some 1,200 plans in eight varieties, which typically bloom in June and September.

Our current custom-made lavender products include bath and body care, wreaths, sheaves, and sachets. Additionally, you will find home decor, herbal teas, and seasonal clothing. We also offer a variety of workshops and yoga classes.

Open Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Spring Season: April 13-June 2

Fall Season: Sep. 7-Dec. 15

Meier Horseshoe Pines

2146 County Road 330
Jackson, MO 63755
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Family owned and operated Christmas Tree farm with two tree fields totaling in 14 acres of cedar, white pine and Scotch pine. Belgian horses carry your sled out to the fields where you can pick your own tree. There is a Christmas Shop at the farm that sells gifts, decorations and ‘fresh from the farm’ wreaths. Open on weekdays starting the Friday after Thanksgiving. Call or visit our website to verify hours of operation.



Farm Experiences

The Weston Red Barn Farm

16300 Wilkerson Road
Weston, MO 64098
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In the spirit of preserving the American dream of farming, the Red Barn Farm offers visitors the opportunity to experience a real working farmstead.

We feature traditional farm animals and crops. In addition to the working farm, we offer: school tours; a country store featuring our fresh produce; facilities for weddings; bonfire/hayride events; and a fall festival where families can pick pumpkins and apples, take a hayride and enjoy the country.

The farm is open spring through fall. In the spring and summer, our country store is a daily farmers market, selling locally grown produce picked at its peak. In the fall, we celebrate the harvest and offer visitors the chance to have some old-fashioned farm fun.

Hours may vary according to the season so please check the calendar or call ahead before coming to visit.

We have space for private parties and events.

The Disney Family Farm

131 W. Broadway St.
Marceline, MO 64658
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You are invited to come daydream on the same 40-acre farm that inspired a young Walt Disney. Be sure to autograph the inside of Walt’s Barn and visit his historic ‘Dreaming Tree,’ the sacred spot that Walt highlights as the epicenter of his earliest artist exploration.

Beggs Family Farm

2319 Route U
Sikeston, MO 63801
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Beggs Family Farm opens every October for its Fall Harvest. Every season has a new themed 10-acre corn maze to find your way through using decoder maps and clues. On-site activities include: wagon rides to pick pumpkins to purchase at market price; farm animal displays; hillbilly pig races; a giant slide; jumping pillow; pedal cars; miniature golf; paintball arcade; a ropes course; haunted boo barn; life-size bird houses; new in 2019, an escape room and much more. There is a gift shop for all your fall decorating needs and concessions are available. Your family can spend at least four to six hours exploring our farm and all the attractions for one price.

Shryocks Callaway Farms

2927 County Road 253
Columbia, MO 65202
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The Shryock family has been farming in Northern Callaway County since 1889. We are the fourth and fifth generations of the family to work the land. Our current crops are corn, soybeans and wheat. In 2002, we began inviting visitors to the farm to explore the corn maze, take a hayride and just enjoy being in the country.

Make plans now to come out to the farm and enjoy our life-size corn maze, group hayrides, roaring campfires, pumpkins, and the famous gumball coaster!

Hope Springs Farm

1658 Pyatt Road
Hartville, MO 65667
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Hope Springs Farm is a unique and captivating setting for weddings, events, retreats and upland game bird hunting in Missouri. We love bringing people together on our 500+ acre farm where your senses are mesmerized by the rolling hills, green pastures, fresh air and twinkling stars. At 100 years old, our barn and cottage have both maintained their turn of the century authenticity and charm, and you’ll love the modern additions to the farm, endless options, and stunning locations for events and retreats.

Some of our activities include UTV and helicopter tours, target shooting, guided bird hunts in Fly-Over Valley and in-house spa services. We also offer educational tours of our fields of happy cows. Country retreat packages are available and designed to get you out of the routine of life. These sorts of experiences create bonds and memories that last a lifetime.

Come on out for the fresh farm air and experience what we have to offer!​

Liberty Corn Maze

17607 NE 52nd St.
Liberty, MO 64068
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Visit the Liberty Corn Maze for some old-fashioned farm fun. Like a good mystery, a corn maze involves many twists and turns. This fall, embark on unknown plot lines through one of the largest corn mazes in the Midwest.

Come check out our exciting, new corn maze design this fall! This year’s design highlights some of the things that make Kansas City historically significant and a great place to live, because we LOVE Kansas City! Our “We LOVE KC” design has four large corn mazes to choose from.

Visitors can swirl around our jazzy saxophone and music notes, trek through our magnificent train locomotive, or make a splash in our beautiful water fountain. They can also enjoy a long hike into our BBQ pit or take a spin through the Charlie Hustle (Heart KC) logo on an amazing adventure filled with twists and turns. The possibilities are always endless at the Liberty Corn Maze!

The Liberty Corn Maze is composed of eight separate mazes, perfect for a variety of ages and challenges. The corn maze is located 15 minutes east of downtown Kansas City, off Route 210, south of Liberty. For details, visit our website.

Weekends only, September 7, 2018 thru October 28, 2018 at 5 p.m.

Amish Community in Clark

Clark, MO 65243
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Experience a different way of living by visiting the Amish Community in Clark, Missouri. Purchase homemade furniture, baked goods, fresh produce and more.

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Your Missouri Vacation

Whether you are looking for an exciting adventure or a laid-back trip full of relaxation, Missouri has just the thing. You can be active – hiking, kayaking, picking berries, touring farms, and riding horses. Or you can experience the finer things – visiting museums, sipping wine, touring historic sights. There is a little bit of everything in the state of Missouri. For your next vacation to Missouri, make sure you count on Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri for the very best places to stay throughout the state! Our inns are professionally inspected and approved so you never have to worry. Just pick your favorite and get ready for a great trip!


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