Things To Do In Wentzville

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  • Rotary Park
    Artisans fashion their handcrafted wares before visitors' eyes, strolling minstrels entertain passersby with song, and knights suit up for their next jousting match. Such sights are commonplace in the wooded 16th-century village of Petit Lyon, where the award-winning Renaissance St. Louis hosts its annual St. Louis Renaissance Faire. Renaissance St. Louis opts not to set its festivities in England or atop a napping dragon like so many fairs before, but rather in 16th-century France as homage to the city's French-exploration roots. At Petit Lyon, volunteers costumed as villagers, noble courtiers, and peasants chat with guests, while nearby swordfighters and jugglers entertain visitors with their standup routines. Meanwhile, the town's king and queen host special audiences with youngsters, who can greet critters in the petting zoo or explore the Viking camp's longboat display. Along with the St. Louis Renaissance Faire, Renaissance St. Louis continues educating the public with its St. Louis Pirate Festival, regional events, and travelling exhibits.
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    W Meyer Rd. & Lions Ln.
    Foristell, MO US
  • Highway A Sports Complex
    Athletes and casual visitors alike can enjoy Highway A Sports Complex's training facilities. The grounds feature two 55-foot, fully enclosed batting cages with pitching machines that can hurl baseballs, softballs, or snowballs at speeds of 13?60 mph. While some visitors refine their batting fundamentals, the rest of their teammates can keep busy with fielding practice on the nearby diamond, which is meticulously maintained so that its chalk-lined infield?complete with bases?and sodded outfield stand ready for anyone looking to chase down a pop fly or lay down for a quick nap. Beyond baseball and softball, Highway A Sports Complex also provides opportunities for golfers looking to improve their swing. The driving range features 33 artificial tees in addition to a grassy tee area in addition to a handful of targets including an abandoned car and a small boat. Additionally, the center features an 18-hole miniature golf course for visitors looking to pass the time or have some fun while practicing their putting.
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    215 Josephville Rd.
    Wentzville, MO US
  • Inns brook:
    While many things about Innsbrook Resort can be counted?7,500 acres, more than 100 lakes, 18 holes of golf?the number of activities offered probably can't be quantified. On-the-water activities range from sailing and paddle boating to beach lounging and wading in search of lost golf balls. The golf course is sculpted into the wooded hillsides and features dramatic elevation changes with intersecting waterways. Land-based diversions are even more diverse. A network of hiking trails cover the forests and hills, and courts for tennis, beach volleyball, and basketball are available to visitors intent on finally beating Grandma at something. The lake community keeps a lively calendar of events as well, populated with both child- and adult-oriented activities for filling up a busy itinerary.
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    1 Aspen Circle
    Innsbrook, MO US
  • Valley Farms, LLC
    During a trip to Valley Farms, grown-ups have just as much fun as kids. The 25-acre micro-farm offers all the fun, fall-themed activities most people expect?think gourd and pumpkin picking, hay mazes, and a barrel train ride?but also so much more. For example, throughout the growing season, visitors can book a tour to get an up-close look at Valley Farm's patches, gardens, and animal inhabitants. Tours begin in the farm's beer and wine garden where guests can sample local pours and purchase their favorite. From there, they board a hayride stocked with ice buckets and bottle openers, sipping drinks as they roll along Indian Camp Creek and get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the farm's operations.
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    149 Sumac Ridge Drive
    Foristell, MO US
  • Liz's Bar and Grill
    If you have a hankering for something extra tasty, sample the menu at New Melle's Liz's Bar and Grill. Liz's Bar and Grill is crafting dishes with only the best ingredients. Come hungry and leave happy. Take a peek at the drink menu here, and make sure to sample something off the list. If you're driving, that's no problem. Parking available onsite. Prices at Liz's Bar and Grill typically stay below the $30 mark, so you can afford to bring along a friend or a date.
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    3585 Mill Street
    New Melle, MO US
  • Lowreys Streetside Pub
    Avoid the average American meal and swing by Lowreys Streetside Pub, where food critics are known to cheer on a grilled cheese and fries can receive a standing ovation. Comfort food at its best, low-fat is intentionally left off the menu here. For patrons' convenience, nearby parking is readily available. Lowreys Streetside Pub may cost you a little bit more than some spots, but this deliciousness is fairly-priced (and well worth the few extra bucks).
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    12 E Pearce Blvd
    Wentzville, MO US

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