The Fall Roundup
2020 NEW Dates and Times
|Wednesday & Thursday|
October 7 – 8
|Wednesday & Thursday|
October 14 – 15
|Wednesday & Thursday
October 21 – 22
|Wednesday & Thursday|
October 28 – 29
|Closing Day – Saturday
Ages 2 & under: Free
Ages 3 through 11: $5
Ages 12 and up: $10
Groups of 20+ paying guests: $1 off per guest (see details below for requirements)
*Your admission fee covers all Fall Roundup activities. Concessions and merchandise are available for purchase.
It’s time for cozy blankets, mugs of hot cocoa, football games, crackling fires, leaves in colorful hues, and of course – our annual Fall Roundup!
Here at Sycamore Creek, we celebrate Fall in an “organic” way that honors the best of nature and farm life. We offer a full menu of great activities for you and your family/friends to enjoy! We invite you to come out and soak in the fresh air and natural beauty as you “play” at the farm.
Come see our exciting changes in 2020!
Please note: While we love animals, please do not bring your pets. We also do not allow outside food and drink unless you’re renting a private fire pit. Thank you!
- Pick-Your-Own Pumpkin Patch (Cut pumpkins right off the vine – pumpkins for purchase)
- Corn Maze
- Gunnysack Slide
- Cow Train
- Tiny Tractor Races
- Great fall photo ops under the vintage string lights New!
- Two Hay Bale Forts
- Cure your cravings at our wood-fired pizza food truck New!
- Farm Frisbee Golf
- Fire Pits (S’mores available for purchase)
- Football Throw
- Gourd Launcher
- Farm Animals (Alpacas, Chickens, Horse, Donkeys)
- Family Games (Horseshoes, Cornhole, Ladders, Jenga)
- Lots of open space for your kids to run free!
We love our patrons, and your safety is important to us! Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we ask that you follow the precautions below if you plan to join us at the Fall Roundup.
- Consider wearing a mask to protect those around you.
- Wash your hands and use hand sanitizer while you’re at the ranch.
- Strive to maintain a distance of 6 feet from those around you as much as possible.
- If you or anyone in your family has a fever or is experiencing COVID symptoms, we ask that you do not attend the Fall Roundup. We also ask you to stay home if you know you’ve been exposed to someone who has COVID.
Thank you! We appreciate your cooperation!
*We recommend wearing closed-toed shoes at our Fall Roundup. You might also want to bring sunscreen and bug spray.
Contact us now to for best selection of dates for your group (corporate, church, etc.) to visit the Fall Roundup! We look forward to connecting with you at the Ozarks’ best agritainment venue this fall! Please note: Reservations are not required for groups of less than 20 guests.
So what’s considered a group and what qualifies you for a group rate?
- An organized group of 20+ paying guests (ages 3 & up)
- A reservation for your group is made in advance through the contact form on our website.
- To qualify for the group rate, all tickets must be paid for with one form of payment. (Tickets will be held at the gate for you to pay onsite.)
Run the Ranch
The trail begins at our Fall Roundup area then takes you past our farm animals. You’ll then descend to our lower fields and enjoy the beauty of wooded areas and pasture as you run alongside Lake Taneycomo. The final leg will test your endurance as you ascend through another wooded area to the finish line. *One section of the run may be challenging for children 7 and under.
Date/Time: Saturday, 9/26/19 at 9:00 a.m.
Benefiting: The Warrior’s Journey
Age 14 & up: $30 until 8/28; $35 beginning 8/29
Ages 13 and under: $25 until 8/28; $30 beginning 8/29
Family of 5 (2 adults, 3 children): $125 until 8/28; $150 beginning 8/29
Entry Fee Includes:
5K Trail Run
Saturday (9/28) entry into The Fall Roundup
T-shirt (if registered by 8/28)
Medal/prize for winners
End of run goodies
Packet Pickup: 9/26 and 9/27 from 4 – 6 p.m. at SCFR Office (take a left inside the gate)
Under Missouri law, there is no liability for an injury or death of a participant in a registered agritourism activity conducted at this registered agritourism location if such injury or death results from the inherent risks of such agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, but are not limited to, the potential of you as a participant to act in a negligent manner that may contribute your injury or death and the potential of another participant to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in this registered agritourism activity.