There is nowhere else quite like it. Rocheport, Missouri features something for everyone. Surrounded by the fast-paced world, Rocheport is a beacon of tranquility, drawing visitors to the world-class bed and breakfasts, the scenic Katy Trail, an award-winning winery, splendid dining, quaint shops, galleries and artisans — all amidst our beautiful hills and bluffs, just a short drive from where you are. Only two hours from either Kansas City or St Louis, MO.
Visit us and you’ll see why Rocheport, Missouri was recently named “One of America’s 10 Coolest Small Towns” by Frommer’s Budget Travel Magazine!
For more information on Rocheport Missouri lodging select the “Where to Stay” button; see restaurant listings by going to the “Where to Eat” page; for information on our shops, galleries and outdoor activity services, select the “What to Do” section.
September 17th, 2016
Saturday, 4-8 p.m. (Rain or Shine)
Make plans now to join us for the annual Rocheport Wine Stroll on Saturday, September 19th!
Buy a logo wine glass at the Community Hall in Rocheport for $20 (cash only) starting at 4p.m. then sample great wines from a dozen Missouri wineries at our local shops from 4-8 pm Saturday evening. After the Stroll, enjoy live music at the Rocheport General Store on Central Street .
Be among the first to sample and purchase the latest release of our Collector’s Series wines. Guests will be treated to tastings of the new vintages by our winemakers, a selection of appetizers by our Chef and live music. In addition, the winning artists featured on the labels will have collections of their artwork for show and sale.
Missouri River Wine Trail Events:
The remaining 2016 Wine Trail event dates are:
July 16 and 17, 2016 (Chill Out on the Wine Trail)
November 5 and 6, 2016 (Sip and Soup)
For more information and advance tickets, please visit the Missouri River Wine Trail website
Bike People TV just released a video episode featuring the Katy Tail, Rocheport, School House B&B, Red Dog Forge and the Clydesdales’ Warm Springs Ranch in nearby Boonville. It’s about 25 minutes long, but well worth it, especially if you’re planning a Katy Trail trip to the Rocheport area.
Here’s the video link: http://bikepeople.tv/season-2-episode-4-rocheport-the-biggest-little-town-on-the-katy-trail