Our Amish Community
Windsor is home to a large Amish community. It all began when Menno Miller of Fortuna, Missouri and Willis Herschberger of Kalona, Iowa, met in the fall of 1974, and together decided to establish a settlement near Windsor, MO. Both bought farms with some buildings in January of 1975, and Eli Mast of Jamesport bought unimproved property (no buildings) in February. Our Amish are of the old order, meaning that they don't have electricity or telephones. The Amish provide many services and offer a large selection of products in their stores and markets. Learn more here.
C Bar J Ranch
741 S. E. 1300th Road Windsor, MO 65360
Matt and Angie Jobe teach Mounted Shooting, they give riding lessons and offer individual training lessons in many different areas. In addition to running the ranch, Matt carved out enough time to author a book, called The Horse, The Bible and The Cowboy. Visit their website to purchase.
Learn more at www.cbarj.com
"After all, a horse can be a horse without the cowboy or the Bible, the Bible will be the greatest book with out either the cowboy or the horse, but a cowboy would be nothing without the horse and the Bible." ~Matthew L. Jobe
116 S. County Line Road Windsor, MO 65360
The Katy Trail is a short distance from the park and the new Rock Island Spur of the Katy Trail runs adjacent to the park.
The campground has established sites for camp trailers and motor homes, with water, electricity, a restroom with showers, sewer hookups and a sewer dump station. Space is also available for tent campers. Guests are given the code to access the showers and the Wifi password when they check in. RV sites are $20.00 per night and tent camping is $10.00 per night. A full-time park employee resides in the park and maintains the park and campground.
Katy Rock Escape-Escape Rooms
110 W Jackson Street Windsor, MO 65360
Katy Trail and Rock Island Spur
Katy Trail State Park
Windsor, MO, mile marker 248 on the Katy Trail, is the only place where the Katy Trail and the Rock Island Spur of the Katy Trail connect. We welcome visitors from all over the world that enjoy using these beautiful trails. Travelers coming in on either trail will find a comfortable place to rest for the night and a community that thoroughly enjoys and appreciates them being here. Learn more.
Von Holten Ranch
30455 Pacific School Rd
Mora, Missouri 65345
The ranch is just shy of 300 acres of scenic horse trails nestled in the heart of Missouri. Von Holten Ranch is the complete stop for your weekend getaway with creek crossings, timber, and well marked trails.
Von Holten Ranch has been family owned for over 100 years. David and Brandy Von Holten are the fourth generation to own, operate, and live on the ranch. Learn more at www.vonholtenranch.com