Begg's Family Farm and Pumpkin Patch
This working farm west of Blodgett has fun activities for the entire family. Enjoy seasonal festivals, a 12-acre corn maze in the fall, interact with farm animals, pick fresh strawberries, relax on a wagon ride, eat delicious home-made fudge and more! Visit their website for details!
Diehlstadt Archeological Sites
Though not open to the public, two archeological studies are taking place near Diehlstadt to study the prehistoric Mississippian culture dating back to 1499-1000 AD. The properties are privately owned and are restricted.
Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo
The Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo, held annually in August, is the biggest rodeo in southeast Missouri. The top cowboys on the rodeo circuit attend and try their luck at bare back riding, bull riding, saddle bronc and other events. Nashville stars entertain each evening during the four-day rodeo. Visit online for more information.
2305 E. Malone Ave.
Sikeston, MO 63801
The Home of Throwed Rolls has received national attention for its atmosphere and home cooking. You won't leave Lambert's Cafe hungry, but be prepared to catch a warm, delicious yeast roll while you're there! Take a look at this world renowned restaurant online.
River Ridge Winery
You'll find River Ridge Winery in the scenic hills of the Mississippi River near Commerce. Visit the winery, tasting room, the Fermentation Room Cafe or enjoy the outdoors on the patio or lawn. The Yule Log Cabin offers unique gifts, decorations and more for fall and Christmas. Check out their website for more information!
Sikeston Factory Outlet Stores
Take the Sikeston-Miner exit off of Interstate 55 and you're almost there! The Sikeston Factory Outlet Stores is the only outlet center located between St. Louis and Memphis, and features first-quality merchandise from leading manufacturers at fantastic prices. Their website can give you more information!
Sikeston Depot Museum
116 W. Malone Ave.
Sikeston, MO 63801
The Sikeston Missouri Pacific Railroad Depot is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1916 next to the busiest tracks in southeast Missouri and closed in 1986. Through the restoration work by local citizens, the depot is now a cultural center and museum. Visit the Historic Depot online for more information.