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Jumpin Jack's Indoor Inflatable Party Center
112 South Acres Drive Sikeston, MO 63801
Phone: 573-471-5867 (471-JUMP)
Admission:  $8.00 per child for 3 hours of fun Children must be accomanied by an adultJumpin Jack's Indoor Inflatable Party Center
All Jump Time:  Thursdays 4:00PM - 7:00 PM
Party Packages Available

Description:Jumpin Jack's provides a clean, fun and colorful atmosphere that is specifically designed for your party. In the family friendly environment, music and laughter fill the air. You will be amazed when you enter the 5,000 square ft. jump arena filled from floor to ceiling with the latest huge inflatable equipment. Website:

Beggs Family FarmBeggs Family Farm
2319 State Highway U

Telephone: 573-471-3879
Hours: Every weekend in October Saturday 10 a.m.- 9 p.m. Sunday noon- 6 p.m.
Admission: less than $10

Description: The farm opens every fall to the public. Events include: pick your own pumpkins, corn maze, glow in the dark mini-golf, barnyard express, barnyard twister, miner max maze, rope maze, pig races, farm animal displays, bee barn, pedal cars, and a gift shop with fall décor, fudge, and candles. Adults and children have plenty to keep them busy!

Lambert’s Café
2305 East Malone, Sikeston Lambert's Cafe
Telephone: 573-471-4261

Hours: Sunday- Saturday 10:30 a.m.- 9 p.m.

Admission: $5 to $15 per person
Description: A trip to Sikeston would not be complete without a visit to the city’s number one tourist de
stination -- Lambert’s Café. Here, you can catch some fun (and rolls) at one of America’s most entertaining restaurants. From the festive atmosphere and mule-ish décor to the flying food, this is a “you have to see-it-to-believe-it” experience! Voted the “Number One Place to Pig Out” by the Food Network. Website:

Malco Cinema & GrillMalco
1218 Cinema Drive, Sikeston 
Telephone: 573-481-0334
Movie Hotline: 573-621-3047

Malco Trio
1045 East Malone in the Midtowner Shopping Center, Sikeston
Telephone: 537-471-8420
Hours: Malco Trio in Sikeston
Show times vary- please call
Admission: All seats $4.50
Description: Bring Hollywood home. Enjoy today’s latest blockbusters at this three-screen movie house.

Sikeston Bowling Center & Pro Shop
1601 East Malone, Sikeston

Telephone: 573-471-2430 Bowling
Hours: Tuesday- Friday open at 4 p.m.;
Saturday open at 1 p.m.
Admission: Charges applied per activity
Description: Bring the kids out and enjoy one of America’s largest membership sports at this
16-lane bowling
alley, which also features one of the area’s largest game rooms, a pro shop, and a café.

RC AirplaneSEMO R/C Flyers Field
Highway H- North, Sikeston

Telephone: N/A
Hours: Varies- open for special events; watch for signs at the intersection of Malone and Hwy H.
Admission: Free Description: Remote control aircraft flying field.

Sikeston Jaycee Bootheel RodeoSikeston Bootheel Rodeo
1220 N. Ingram Road, Sikeston
Telephone:  1-800-455-2855
Join us in August for this PRCA sanctioned rodeo.  The largest in the state and one of the largest in the USA. 
The event hosts nationally known country music nightly.

Paintball Planet
Blodgett Paintball3897 State Highway H
Telephone: 573-471-9197
Hours: Call for reservations
Admission: $20 per person; call for other activity pricing
Description: Adventure awaits thrill-seeking travelers at Southeast Missouri’s largest “combat zone.” With four playing fields, a spectators’ arena, and pro shop, this facility offers great fun and competition.

Sikeston Aviation Sikeston Memorial Airport Runway
160 Airport Drive

Telephone: 573-471-9056
Hours: Monday- Friday 7 a.m.- 7 p.m. Saturday & Sunday 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Admission: Call for admission

Description: This facility, located at the Sikeston Municipal Airport, offers airplane rides for an aerial view of the region.

The Flyway Hunting Club Flying Ducks
507 Laurelwood Avenue
Telephone: 573-472-4140; 573-3801030
Description:  The Flyway Hunting Club LLC offers over 1600 acres of prime hunting area on one of the few remaining river deltas on the Mississippi River. Our location in southeast Missouri has flooded rice and beans for ducks and dry land corn and wheat for excellent snow goose hunting.