Last week we went to Jamesport, Missouri with our homeschool group. We have been to Jamesport as a family day trip several times but this time we went on a group tour with Step Back in Time Tours. The tour was very informative and we learned a lot about the city of Jamesport and the Amish.
We visited several stores on the tour including my favorite H & M Country Store ( you can see my deals here) & J.A.M Wood Products. We did not visit the Homestead Creamery on the tour but I highly recommend stopping there. Their cheese is delicious!
(Jamesport City Hall)
Jamesport is about a 1 1/2 hour drive from Kansas City and makes a great family day trip! Bring cash, because most of the Amish stores do not accept credit and/or debit cards. Go here to see a complete list of Amish businesses.
Jamesport City Hall has maps, brochures, information and public restrooms. It is located in the 4-Way stop area. There are also antique & specialty stores in this area. The Amish stores are all located outside of town. Go here to download & print an Amish Country Map.
H&M Country Store. Go here to see a list with prices of what I purchased. H&M Country Store does not accept credit and/or debit cards.
We also purchased goodies at the Countryside Bakery.
Gingerich Dutch Pantry is the best restaurant in Jamesport! It is located in the 4-way stop area in the center of town.