Route 66, known as the “Main Street of America,” was the major east-west route connecting Chicago and Los Angeles. Today, the highway is a cultural icon, appearing in songs, movies, television shows, and books. For many, it’s a bucket list item!
As our country prepares for the 100th anniversary of historic Route 66 with a multi-state celebration from 2023 to 2026, make sure to plan a stop at our Missouri farm in Stotts City, located just 10 miles south of Route 66! Experience all our family farm has to offer!
Looking for a place to stay during your visit to Missouri’s segment of the famous Route 66? Yoder’s Homestead is a charming hobby farm in beautiful Lawrence county, MO, just three miles south of Route 66. Along with being sparkling clean, the Homestead has a kitchen with the basics for cooking and baking, and a dining room for enjoying your meals. There are also four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a spacious living room. Outdoors you will find a lovely yard with a playset, a patio with a firepit, a barn where you can gather your own eggs for breakfast, and other small farm animals for you to enjoy.
Use the link below to save 15% when you book a stay at Yoder’s Homestead.