Missouri is a breathtaking state full of outdoor enthusiasts. It’s also home to more than 130 wineries, most of which offer gorgeous outdoor seating areas. If you’re looking for a relaxing day of soaking in the sunshine while you sip on delicious wine, you won’t have to look far. If you’re looking for a more active Missouri wine adventure, here are several wineries offering outdoor activities to go along with their locally crafted wines.
Hiking, Biking and Walking Trails:
7Cs Winery in Walnut Grove is located near the crossroads of the Trans American Bike Trail (US76) and the Frisco Highline Trail. They also offer camping accommodations.
Edg-Clif Winery in Potosi is located on a century farm and has a 1.5 mile trail into their property where visitors can experience a native pine forest and spring fed stream. It’s also only 20 minutes from the Berryman Trail.
Jowler Creek Winery in Platte City offers a walking eco-tour of their sustainable winemaking practices… don’t miss the Babydoll sheep.
Keltoi Vineyards in Oronogo is a great place to get away and has hiking access for some much needed nature time.
Hanging out at a local winery can be a great way to relax, but if you can’t sit still, why not play yard games while you enjoy your Missouri vino? You’ll find everything from washers, to corn hole, to bocce courts, and you can even fly a kite at some of these wineries: