The First Annual Wildlife & Outdoor Expo will be held in Bethel, Missouri on Labor Day – September 2, 2019. The village of Bethel is a historical German Colony located in Northeast Missouri. Several of the original Colony homes are still in existence. A variety of visitors make their way to Bethel throughout the year

This part of the state has become a very popular destination for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts. Within the Village of Bethel you will find historic residences and a hotel which offer bed and breakfast. These rooms are normally booked solid during the fall hunting season. Bethel is located just 45 minutes from Mark Twain Lake, an 18,600-acre lake ideal for a day on the water. Also, enjoy equestrian trails, walking trails, and sleeping under the stars. The lake offers great fishing; known for crappie and bass tournaments.

The Wildlife & Outdoor Expo will highlight a variety of exhibitors and vendors showcasing such items as: hunting products and accessories, clothing, a variety of ATV’s and UTV’s, food plot management and equipment, and outdoor related crafts for purchase. Educational seminars will be offered including trophy buck scoring, food plot management, and information from the Missouri Department of Conservation. You will be able to hear a National Champion turkey caller. There will be opportunities to learn about and participate in wild game cooking. To test your shooting skills, participate in a 3D shoot.

This will be a family oriented event as there will be games and activities for kids and adults. Enjoy the “Cutest Kid in Camo” contest or enter the Wildlife and Outdoor photography contest. Please make plans to attend this educational and entertaining event September 2nd, Labor Day 2019.

 

Contests

Info & Exhibits

  • Deer and Turkey Calling
  • Trophy Scoring
  • Food Plot Development & Maintenance
  • Predator Control
  • Wildlife Related Crafts
  • ATV’s & UTV’s
  • Hunting Equipment
  • Taxidermy
  • Clothing

 

If you are interested in participating as a vendor or sponsor, contact Larry Smoot.