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 Re-enactments Listing

        There are numerous Civil War reenactment events held throughout the year.  The below listing of events, locations, and contacts should be a solid source of information.  They are listed by state.  

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Alphabetical by state, then alphabetical by location.

CIVIL WAR REENACTMENTS

ALABAMA:


  • BLOUNTSVILLE, MAY. Reenactment of the "Forrest-Streight Raid". (205) 429-5297
  • BRIERFIELD, MARCH. Annual "Battle of Bib Furnace" re-enactment at Brierfield Ironworks Historical State Park. (205) 665-1856
  • CHILDERSBURG, SEPTEMBER. Civil War reenactments are part of "September Fest" events at DeSoto Cavern Park. (205) 378-7252
  • DAUPHIN ISLAND. Ft. Gaines Historic Site. (334) 861-6992:
         FEBRUARY: A Confederate army encampment.
         MAY: A Union army encampment at the fort for the attack on Mobile.
         JUNE: "Battle of Mobile Bay" reenactment.
         AUGUST: "Damn the Torpedoes", reenactment of the 1864 Battle of Mobile Bay.
         NOVEMBER: Re-enactment features women's roll in the Civil War.
         DECEMBER: "Christmas at the Fort", an 1861 Confederate military Christmas.
  • DECATUR, MEMORIAL DAY. Civil War reenactment at Point Mallard Park. (205) 350-3000
  • FORT MORGAN, 1st WEEKEND IN AUGUST, Ft. Morgan Historic Site. Civil War soldiers present garrison life at "Battle of Mobile Bay & Siege of Ft. Morgan". (334) 540-7125
  • GADSDEN, APRIL. A Civil War encampment is part of the events at the "Confederate memorial Day". (205) 546-3467
  • HOKES BLUFF, APRIL. Civil War reenactments are part of the "Hokes Bluff Heritage Day" events. (205) 492-4238
  • HUNTSVILLE, NOVEMBER. "Civil War Living History Weekend" and encampment at Burritt Museum & Park. (205) 536-2882
  • LEIGHTON, MAY. Civil War reenactments are part of the "Recall LaGrange" events. (205) 446-9324
  • McCALLA, MAY. Civil War reenactment at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park. (205) 477-5711
  • SELMA, 4th WEEKEND IN APRIL. Civil War reenactment of the "Battle of Selma". (334) 874-4651  



ARIZONA:


  • PIONEER, NOVEMBER. Civil War reenactment at the "Veterans' Day" events at Pioneer Living History Museum. (602) 993-0212
  • TUCSON, MARCH. Reenactment of the "Battle of Picacho Pass", at Picacho Peak State Park. (520) 466-3183



ARKANSAS:


  • CHIDESTER, MARCH. Annual reenactment of the "Battle of Poison Springs", at Poison Spring Battlefield State Park. (501) 685-2748
  • GREENBRIER, NOVEMBER. "Blue & Gray Civil War Day" at Woolly Hollow State Park features a Civil War encampment. (501) 679-2098
  • HARRISBURG, OCTOBER. Civil War living history is part of the activities at the Parker Pioneer Homestead during the annual "Homestead Festival". (501) 578-9251
  • LAKE VILLAGE, OCTOBER. The annual "Civil War Weekend" at the Lake Chicot State Park features North & South Civil War camps, an army field hospital, battle reenactment, and period dancing. (501) 265-5480
  • MORRILTON, JULY. The annual "Civil War Encampment" at Petit Jean State Park. (501) 727-5441
  • NEW EDINBURGH, APRIL. Reenactment of the "Battle of Mark's Mill", at Marks' Mill State Park. (501) 463-8555
  • NEWPORT, OCTOBER. Civil War reenactments at Jackson Fort State Park. (501) 523-2143
  • PRAIRIE GROVE, DECEMBER (every other year, even numbered years). A Civil War re-enactment is held at the site of a Civil War battle in the Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park. (501) 846-2990
  • REEDS BRIDGE, August 26-28, "Battle of Reed's Bridge,"  (501) 749-3114.
  • WASHINGTON, MARCH. Civil War reenactors are occasionally part of the annual "Jonquil Festival" at Old Washington Historic State Park. (501) 983-2684
  • WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER. The annual "Civil War Weekend" at Old Washington Historic State Park features battle reenactments and cavalry. (501) 983-2684
  • WYNNE, MARCH. A Confederate encampment is part of the annual "Living History Weekend" at Village Creek State Park. (501) 238-9406



CALIFORNIA:


  • The American Civil War Association hosts several battle reenactments each year. (408) 264-1863 The National Civil War Association hosts several battle reenactments each year. Check the internet for locations: http:/ncwa.org/
  • FELTON, MAY. Civil War battle reenactments and Memorial Day address by President Lincoln, at Roaring Camp. 831-335-4484
  • FELTON, LABOR DAY WEEKEND. The "Summer Sampler" features Civil War soldiers. (408) 335-4484
  • FRESNO, OCTOBER. Civil War reenactments. (209) 441-0862
  • LEBEC. (805) 248-6692. MAY, JUNE, JULY, AUGUST, SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER: Various Civil War encampments, reenactments and living history presentations in Fort Tejon, an 1850s military fort.
  • MOORPARK, NOVEMBER. "The Blue and the Gray" reenactment featuring artillery reimbursements and artillery horse teams. (805) 523-3370
  • NEVADA CITY, SEPTEMBER. A Civil War reenactment is part of the "Constitution Day" events. (916) 265-2496
  • SACRAMENTO, OCTOBER. Civil War reenactments at Gibson Ranch. (916) 366-2942
  • SAN JOSE, MAY. Civil War reenactments. (408) 277-4017



CONNECTICUT:


  • HARTFORD, AUGUST. Civil War reenactments. (860) 568-6178
  • MADISON, MAY. Civil War reenactments at Hammonasset Beach State Park. (860) 526-4993
  • NEW HAVEN, MAY. Civil War reenactments at the "Black Rock Fort Re-enactment". (203) 397-1465
  • WEST HARTFORD, JUNE. Civil War reenactment at Westmoor Park. (860) 521-2300



DELAWARE:


  • SEAFORD, LABOR DAY WEEKEND. Civil War reenactment at the Governor Ross Mansion and Plantation. (302) 628-9500
  • WILMINGTON, MAY. Civil War reenactment at Brandywine Creek State Park. (302) 577-3534



FLORIDA:


  • APOPKA, FEBRUARY. Civil War reenactments are part of the Heritage Arts Festival. (407) 886-1441
  • BUNNELL, MAY. A Civil War reenactment is part of the "Flagler County Bluegrass Jamboree". (904) 437-0106
  • FERNANDINA BEACH, FIRST WEEKEND OF EACH MONTH. Rangers at Fort Clinch State Park wear Civil War era clothing and uniforms, and perform period activities. 800-226-3542/(904) 277-7274/7223
  • FERNANDINA BEACH, OCTOBER. Night tours of Civil War camps are part of the "Amelia Heritage Festival" at Fort Clinch State Park. 800-226-3542/(904) 277-7274
  • LAKE CITY, FEBRUARY. Over 2,000 soldiers reenact the "Battle of Olustee" at Olustee Battlefield State Historical Site. (904) 752-2031
  • PALATKA, MARCH. "Battle of Palatka" reenactment at St. Johns River Community College. (904) 328-1503
  • PALATKA, NOVEMBER. Civil War reenactments of the "Battle of Horse Landing", at Rodeheaver's Boy's Ranch. (904) 328-1503
  • PENSACOLA, VARIOUS DATES. Civil War reenactments at the Civil War Soldiers Museum. 800-874-1234/(904) 469-1900
  • PIERSON, MAY. Reenactments of the "Pierson Crossroads Raid". (904) 749-2661
  • ST. PETERSBURG, SEPTEMBER. Reenactment of the "Tampa Bay Raid". (813) 821-4069
  • UMATILLA, APRIL. "Altoona Raid" battle reenactments. (352) 669-3511
  • WOODVILLE, MARCH. Reenactment of the 1865 battle of Natural Bridge. 800-628-2866/(904) 681-9200



GEORGIA:


  • ANDERSONVILLE, MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND. The "Andersonville Historic Fair" includes Civil War reenactments. (912) 924-2558
  • ANDERSONVILLE, FIRST WEEKEND IN OCTOBER. The "Andersonville Historic Fair" includes Civil War reenactments. (912) 924-2558
  • ATLANTA, JULY. A Civil War Encampment is held at the Atlanta History Center. (404) 814-4000
  • CONYERS, NOVEMBER. "The Battle of Cheatham Hill and Bald Hill"  
  • NEWNAN, JULY. Reenactment of the "Battle of Browns Mill" at the Catalpa Plantation. (770) 253-9749
  • RESACA, 3rd WEEKEND IN MAY. Reenactment of the "Battle of Resaca". (706) 625-3200    
  • ROME, OCTOBER. The "Siege of Rome" Civil War reenactment is part of the "Heritage Holidays Festival". 800-444-1834, ext. 2
  • WEST POINT, APRIL. Civil War re-enactors' encampment at Fort Tyler. (706) 645-1440.  "Battle of West Point" April 16.



ILLINOIS:


  • BELVIDERE, SEPTEMBER. Civil War soldiers at the "Autumn Pioneer Festival". (815) 547-7935
  • BRIMFIELD, SEPTEMBER. A Civil War reenactment is part of the "Jubilee Autumn Harvestfest". (309) 243-9489
  • CHICAGO, SEVERAL DATES. The Rosehill Cemetery & Civil War Museum features Civil War era medical impressions and camps. (312) 561-5940  
  • ELIZABETHTOWN, AUGUST. "Hardin County Civil War Reenactment".
  • FREEPORT, JUNE. Civil War reenactments and camps at the Oakdale Nature Preserve. (815) 233-1350
  • GALENA, AUGUST. "Battle of Eagle Ridge" at the U.S. Grant Home State Historic Site. (815) 777-3310
  • GALESBURG, 1st WEEKEND in AUGUST. "Civil War Days" at the "Heritage Festival" features battle reenactments. (309) 343-1194/343-5382 after 5PM
  • HEAPS PUMPKIN FARM, SEPT 15-16, Three re-eactment battles (two Saturday & 1 Sunday)  (815) 475-7373 heapfarms@gmail.com
  • JACKSONVILLE, JUNE. Civil War reenactments and camps are part of the "General Grierson Liberty Days" festival. 800-593-5678
  • JERSEYVILLE, LABOR DAY. Civil War reenactments at the "Jersey County Victorian Festival". (618) 498-5590
  • MARENGO, SEPTEMBER. Re-enacting the "Battle of Chickamauga". Beautiful battlefield.
  • NAPERVILLE, MAY. "Civil War Days" at the Naper Settlement. (630) 420-6010 24 hr special events hotline (630) 305-5555
  • OAKLAND, JUNE. Reenactments at Independence Pioneer Village. (217) 346-2341  
  • PRINCETON, OCTOBER 9-10.  City County Park, contact:   Randy Woodbury at randywoodbury@yahoo.com.
  • ROCKFORD, JUNE. Civil War reenactments during "Civil War Days" at the Midway Village & Museum Center. (815) 987-8100
  • SHOREWOOD, JUNE. "Civil War Days" in Shorewood Park features battle reenactments and camp. (815) 727-5371
  • SPRINGFIELD, TUESDAYS, JUNE-AUGUST. Flag lowering and other ceremonies at Lincoln's tomb by re-enactors in Civil War uniforms. (217) 782-2717
  • SPRINGFIELD, JULY. A Civil War encampment is part of the "Capital City Celebrations". (217) 492-4150
  • SWEETS, JULY 27-29, Lombard Historical Society, contact Alison Costanzo (630) 629-1885. alisoncostanzo@att.net
  • WAUCONDA, JUNE. "Civil War Days", at Lake County Museum. (847) 526-5580



INDIANA:


  • AURORA, AUGUST. Civil War reenactment. (812) 537-0814
  • BRAZIL, SEPTEMBER. Reenactment of the "Battle of White Bridge". (812) 448-8457
  • CAMBRIDGE, SEPTEMBER. A Civil War encampment at the Huddleston House is part of the "Canal Days" events. (317) 478-3172/478-4456
  • CANNELTON, APRIL. The "Historic Cannelton Tour and Craft Show" events include a Civil War camp. (812) 354-6511
  • FONTANET, AUGUST. A Civil War encampment is part of the "Fontanet Bean Dinner" events at Holloway Grove. (812) 877-1937
  • HARTFORD CITY, MAY. "Blackford County Civil War Reenactment" of a military field hospital, a draft riot, and battles. (317) 348-2938/348-5545
  • INDIANAPOLIS, OCTOBER. "Victorian Day" at Crown Hill Cemetery presents living history encampment of the Civil War era, as well as other 19th century time periods. (317) 787-9048
  • LOOGOOTEE, AUGUST. Reenactment of the Civil War "Battle of Boggs Creek". (812) 254-1560
  • LOWELL, JUNE. "Civil War Weekend" at Buckley Living History Farm - battle and camp reenactments. (219) 769-7275
  • MADISON, JUNE. "Madison River Days" features a Civil War reenactment. 800-559-2950/(812) 265-2956
  • ROCKVILLE, JUNE. The state's largest annual Civil War reenactment takes place at Billie Creek Village, in a setting featuring over two dozen period buildings and covered bridges. (317) 569-3430
  • SPENCER, AUGUST. A Civil War encampment is part of the events at the "Antique Train & Car Festival". (812) 829-3200
  • VERNON, APRIL. The "Sassafras Tea Festival" features a Civil War encampment. (812) 346-4865



IOWA:


  • CEDAR RAPIDS, JULY. reenactment of the "Battle of Usher's Ferry". (319) 398-5104
  • CLINTON, AUGUST. The reenactment of the "Battle of Burnside's Bridge" at Eagle Point Park. (319) 242-5702  
  • CORYDON, SEPT "Thunder in the Woods" Sept 30 to Oct 2. ( 641) 873-4217
  • CRESTON, MAY. Civil War reenactments are part of "Mason-Dixon Days" events. (515) 782-4405
  • DAVENPORT, SEPTEMBER. Civil War reenactment at Pioneer Village. (319) 285-9903
  • FORT DODGE, JUNE. Civil War reenactment at "Frontier Days". (515) 573-4231
  • HOPKINTON, 1st WEEKEND IN JUNE. Civil War reenactment at Lenox College at "Civil War Days". (319) 926-2181
  • KEOKUK, APRIL. Reenactment of the "Battle of Pea Ridge" (Arkansas). 800-383-1219/(319) 524-5599
  • LONG GROVE, SEPTEMBER. "Civil War Days". (319) 285-9903
  • MASON CITY, JUNE. Reenactment of the "Battle of Pleasant Hill" (Louisiana). (515) 421-3673
  • OLD FORT MADISON, JULY. Civil War soldiers are part of the "Military History Weekend". (319) 372-7700
  • SAC CITY, JULY. A Civil War encampment is part of the "Chautauqua Days" events. (712) 662-4824
  • VINTON, AUGUST. A Civil War encampment is part of the "Fall Festival" events. (319) 472-2549
  • WINTERSET, OCTOBER. The "Battle of Cedar Bridge" reenactment. (515) 277-4834



KANSAS:


  • COFFEYVILLE, APRIL. A Civil War encampment is part of the "New Beginning Festival". 800-626-3357
  • FORT SCOTT, APRIL. Union army soldier encampment. 800-245-3678/(316) 223-0310
  • HUMBOLDT, OCTOBER. A Civil War reenactment is part of the "Historic Days" events. (316) 473-3315



KENTUCKY:


  • CAMPBELLSVILLE, APRIL. Reenactment of the "Battle of Tebb's Bend" in Green River Lake State Park. 800-738-4719/(502) 465-8601
  • CARROLLTON, APRIL. The "Living History Encampment" in General Butler State Park features Civil War soldiers. (502) 732-4384
  • COLUMBUS, OCTOBER. "Civil War Days" at Columbus-Belmont Battlefield State Park. (502) 653-4369
  • COVINGTON, MAY. The "Siege of Cincinnati" is reenacted in Devou Park. (606) 491-4003
  • FAIRVIEW, 1st WEEKEND in JUNE. Civil War camps and battles are reenacted at the "Jefferson Davis Celebration" at the Jefferson Davis State Historic Site. (502) 886-1765
  • FRANKLIN, 2nd WEEKEND in APRIL. "Jim Bowie Days" features a Civil War camp and re-enactment of a Confederate funeral. (502) 586-4228
  • GEORGETOWN, JUNE. "Morgan's Raid on Georgetown" will be reenacted at the Cardome Center. (502) 863-1575  
  • HAZARD, OCTOBER. "The Battle of Leatherwood". Members of the Harlan County Battalion attacked the forces of 13th Kentucky Cavalry encamped at the mouth of Leatherwood Creek. 
  • LONDON, APRIL The "Camp Wildcat" Civil War reenactment. 800-348-0095
  • MUNFORDVILLE, SEPTEMBER. "Hart County Civil War Days" feature a Civil War re-enactment. 800-762-2869
  • PERRYVILLE, OCTOBER. Reenactment of the "Battle of Perryville". 800-755-0076/(502) 564-4940, Ext. 247
  • PRESTONSBURG, 1st WEEKEND in JUNE. Reenactment of the "Battle of Middle Creek". (606) 886-1341
  • SACRAMENTO, 3rd WEEKEND in MAY. Reenactment of the battle of Sacramento. (502) 273-9760
  • VERSAILLES, LABOR DAY WEEKEND. A Civil War reenactment, including a train hold up, at the Bluegrass Railroad Museum. 800-755-2476/(606) 873-2476
  • WEST POINT, MAY. Civil War reenactments at Fort Duffield. (502) 933-3058/922-4222



LOUISIANA:


  • COVINGTON, MAY. Reenactment of the "Battle of Covington". (504) 892-1811
  • HARRISONBURG, NOVEMBER. Civil War encampment at the "Fort Beauregard Festival". (318) 744-5601
  • JACKSON, NOVEMBER. "Battle of Jackson Crossroads". (504) 634-7155
  • MANSFIELD. Several reenactments and living history presentations of the Civil War are presented during the year at the Mansfield State Commemorative Area. (318) 872-1474
  • NIBLETT'S BLUFF, JULY. Civil War reenactment of the "Battle of Fort Niblett". (318) 589-7117  
  • SUNSET, OCTOBER. "Battle of Carrion Crow Bayou" which took place on these grounds. Friday living history, civil war period camps, Autumn Ball, full scale battles. (337) 662-7050



MARYLAND:


  • BALTIMORE CITY, APRIL. Union army encampment at Fort McHenry. (410) 962-4290
  • BIG POOL, JULY. Military reenactors from French & Indian, Revolutionary, and Civil War at "Military Field Days". (301) 842-2155  
  • BOONSBORO, SEPTEMBER. "Fire on the Mountain - The Battle of South Mountain".  
  • BURKITTSVILLE, SEPTEMBER. Civil War soldiers are in camp during the "Civil War Living History Weekend". (301) 371-6923
  • CUMBERLAND, SEPTEMBER. Civil War reenactments are part of the events at the "C&O Canal Boat Music Festival". (301) 729-3136
  • ELKRIDGE, NOVEMBER. Civil War encampment at the Cider Mill Farm. 800-792-9595/(410) 788-9595
  • ESSEX, SEPTEMBER. A Civil War reenactment at "Civil War Days". (410) 686-5821
  • FREDERICK, MAY. Civil War soldiers are part of the events at the "Rose Hill Days Festival". (301) 694-1648
  • GLENN DALE, APRIL. Civil War soldiers at a military living history weekend at Marietta Manor. (301) 464-5291
  • HAGERSTOWN, OCTOBER. The "Civil War Weekend". 800-228-7829
  • HAVRE DE GRACE, MAY. Civil War reenactment at the Steppingstone Museum. (410) 939-2299
  • MIDDLETOWN, SEPTEMBER. A Civil War reenactment at the "Middletown Heritage Weekend". (410) 658-7530
  • SCOTLAND, JUNE. Civil War reenactments at "Blue and Grey Days". (301) 872-5688
  • SHARPSBURG, SEPTEMBER. Large Civil War encampment at the Antietam National Battlefield. 800-228-7829/(301) 432-5124



MASSACHUSETTS:


  • PEABODY, JULY. "Brooks Farm Encampment" presents Civil War battles and camps at the Nathaniel Felton Historic Site. (508) 531-1631



MICHIGAN:


  • BAY CITY, SEPTEMBER. The "River of Time" events include Civil War and other military era reenactments. (517) 893-4631
  • COPPER HARBOR, AUGUST. A "Civil War Artillery Encampment" at Fort Wilkins State Park. 800-338-7982 / (906) 289-4215
  • FLINT, JUNE. A Civil War encampment and battles at "Civil War Days" at Crossroads Village. 800-648-7275 / (810) 736-7100  
  • GOODELL COUNTY PARK, SEPTEMBER. Union & Confederate living history camps with period military drills and battle scenarios. 
    (989) 773-7015 
  • HASTING, JULY. The "Charlton Park Civil War Muster". (616) 945-3775
  • JACKSON, AUGUST. "Civil War Muster" with reenactments. (517) 788-4320
  • KALAMAZOO, MARCH. A Civil War reenactment is sometimes part of the "Antique Arms & Pioneer Crafts Show". (616) 327-4557
  • LAWTON, SEPTEMBER. Civil War re-enactment at the "Vineyard Campaign". (616) 624-6407
  • LUDINGTON, JULY. A "Civil War Muster" takes place in White Pine Village, a restored 1800's town. 800-542-4600 / (616) 843-4808
  • NEWPORT, MAY. Civil War reenactment. (313) 654-8265
  • ROMEO, MAY. A Civil War reenactment at Wolcott Mill Metropark. 800-477-3175/(810) 749-5997



MINNESOTA:


  • FAIRFAX, JUNE. Civil War soldiers give period demonstrations at Fort Ridgley State Park. (507) 426-7840
  • PIPESTONE, AUGUST. "Civil War Days" features battle reenactments. (507) 825-2563
  • ST. PAUL, JUNE. The "Civil War Weekend" at Fort Snelling. (612) 726-1171/725-2413
  • ST. PAUL, DECEMBER. A Civil War Christmas at Fort Snelling. (612) 726-1171/725-2413



MISSISSIPPI:


  • BILOXI, 3rd WEEKEND in OCTOBER. Civil War reenactments are part of the events of the "Beauvoir Fall Muster". (601) 388-9074
  • CLINTON, APRIL. "Battle of Clinton" Civil War re-enactment. (601) 924-5912
  • COLUMBUS, FEBRUARY. Civil War re-enactment of the "Battle of West Point". 800-327-2686
  • CORINTH, SEPTEMBER. Reenactment of the 1862 "Battle of Corinth". 800-748-9048/(601) 287-5269
  • EDWARDS, SEPTEMBER. The reenactment of the "Battle of Big Black River" at Askew's Landing. (601) 852-2331
  • JACINTO, JULY. A Civil War encampment is part of 4th of July events. (601) 286-8662
  • PORT GIBSON, MARCH. Civil War reenactments may be part of the "1800's Spring Heritage Festival". (601) 437-4351
  • VICKSBURG, MEMORIAL DAY & JULY. Living History reenactments of the 1863 battle for Vicksburg. 800-221-3536/(601) 636-9421
  • WASHINGTON, DECEMBER. Civil War reenactment at Historic Jefferson College. (601) 442-2901
  • YAZOO CITY, 1st WEEKEND in NOVEMBER. Civil War reenactment. 800-381-0662



MISSOURI:


  • ATHENS, LEXINGTON & PILOT KNOB. A Civil War reenactment or encampment is held every year, alternating between these sites. Also, an annual event is held at the Fort Davidson State Historic Site. 800-334-6946/(314) 546-3454
  • CAPE GIRARDEAU, MAY. A Civil War encampment is part of the "Black Forest Craftsfest". (573) 335-0899
  • DEFIANCE, OCTOBER. A Civil War encampment at the Daniel Boone Home. (314) 987-2251
  • FREDRICKTOWN, EVERY THIRD YEAR in SEPTEMBER (2002, 2005, etc.). Civil War reenactment of the "Battle of Fredricktown". (573) 783-2604
  • GLASGOW, AUGUST. Reenactment of the Civil War "Battle of Glasgow". (816) 338-2213
  • GREENVILLE, SEPTEMBER. "Old Greenville Days" events include Civil War reenactments. (573) 222-8562
  • POTOSI, JUNE. Civil War reenactments are part of the "Moses Austin Heritage Festival". (573) 438-2330
  • RICHMOND, OCTOBER. A Civil War encampment is usually part of the "Old Trails Folklife Festival". (816) 776-2936
  • ST. CHARLES, SEPTEMBER. Civil War reenactment. (314) 946-7776


MONTANA:


  • NEVADA CITY, JULY. Civil War encampment, 1865 Military Ball, Union & Confederate Veterans, Cavalry demonstrations. (406) 843-5221

 

NEBRASKA:


  • GRAND ISLAND, EVERY OTHER YEAR in JUNE (next event 1998). "Civil War Living History Encampment" at the Stuhr Museum. (308) 385-5316
  • NEBRASKA CITY, OCTOBER. Civil War reenactments at Arbor Lodge State Historical Park. (402) 873-7222
  • PETERSBURG, AUGUST. Civil War reenactments are part of the events at the "Antique Tractor and Plowing Bee". (402) 386-5334



NEVADA:


  • CARSON CITY, JUNE. Civil War soldiers are part of the many photogenic events at the annual "Kit Carson Rendezvous". (702) 884-3633
  • SILVER SPRINGS, Fort Churchill, 9 miles north of Silver Springs on Hwy 95 Alternate, features Civil War reenactments on special dates. (702) 577-2345
  • VIRGINIA CITY, AUGUST. Civil War reenactment with a field hospital and a train fight. (702) 847-0311



NEW HAMPSHIRE:


  • WILTON, AUGUST. Civil War reenactments. (603) 654-9451



NEW JERSEY:


  • ALLENTOWN, OCTOBER. Civil War period Allentown. Held in conjunction with annual Harvest Festival. (732) 951-9013
  • CAPE MAY, SEPTEMBER. "Civil War Weekend" at Historic Cold Spring Village includes battles, military trial and camp light tour. (609) 898-2300/884-5508
  • CHESTER, OCTOBER. Civil War encampment at the Cooper Gristmill. (908) 879-5463
  • FREEHOLD, SEPTEMBER. Civil War reenactment at Monmouth Battlefield State Park. (908) 462-9616
  • HAMILTON, JULY or AUGUST. The "Camp Olden" living history presentations include Civil War reenactments. (609) 581-4129
  • MORRISTOWN, OCTOBER. The "Civil War Weekend" presents a Civil War encampment, at the Fosterfields Living Historical Farm. (201) 326-7645
  • MULLICA HILL, OCTOBER. Civil War battle reenactments at the "Fall Open House". (609) 881-6800
  • PORT MONMOUTH, NOVEMBER. Civil War demonstrations at the Shoal Harbor Museum. (908) 787-1807
  • RIVEREDGE, SEPTEMBER (Held on occasion - not annual). Civil War reenactments at the Von Stuben House. (201) 487-1739
  • SALEM, SEPTEMBER. Reenactment of the "Battle of Bull Run" at Fort Mott State Park. (609) 935-3218
  • WALL TOWNSHIP, JUNE. "Civil War Weekend" at Allaire State Park includes a re-enactment of the "Great Train Chase" & Civil War baseball. (908) 938-2253/938-2371



NEW MEXICO:


  • SANTA FE, MAY. Reenactment of Battle of Glorietta Pass at El Rancho de las Golondrinas. (505) 471-2261



NEW YORK:


  • ARCADE, AUGUST. Civil War reenactments include train raids on the Arcade & Attica RR (steam train). (716) 492-3180
  • BETHEL, MAY or SEPTEMBER. Civil War reenactments of the "Peninsula Campaign" at Lake Superior Park. (914) 292-3067
  • BRISTOL, 1st WEEKEND in AUGUST. A Civil War reenactment. (716) 229-2290  
  • CHATHAM, AUGUST. "Chatham Civil War Days". (518) 781-4165
  • ELMIRA, MAY. Civil War reenactments at the Chemung Valley Living History Center. (607) 733-6369
  • ELMIRA, SEPTEMBER. Soldiers from the Civil War and other eras are in camp at the "Sampler" at the Newtown Battlefield Park. 800-627-5892
  • LIBERTY, JULY. The reenactment of the "Battle of Chancellorsville". (914) 292-3067
  • LONG ISLAND, MAY. A Civil War encampment takes place at the Old Bethpage Village. (516) 572-8413
  • MONROE, MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND. The "Civil War Weekend" features battle and camp reenactments. (914) 782-8247
  • MUMFORD, 3rd WEEKEND in JULY. Civil War reenactments at the Genesee Country Museum. (716) 538-6822
  • NEWARK VALLEY, OCTOBER. A Civil War encampment at the "Apple Festival". (607) 642-9516
  • NORWICH, JULY. Civil War reenactments are part of the "Family Fun Day" events. (607) 334-8815
  • OSWEGO, JULY. A Civil War encampment at Fort Ontario is part of the "Harborfest" events. (315) 343-4711/343-6858
  • PETERBORO, FATHER'S DAY WEEKEND in JUNE. "Civil War Weekend". (315) 684-9022
  • POUGHKEEPSIE, SEPTEMBER. A Civil War encampment at the Young-Morse Historic Site. (914) 454-4500
  • SYRACUSE, JULY. Civil War and other military reenactments at the "Festival of Centuries". (315) 453-6767
  • UNION VALE, JUNE. A small Civil War reenactment may be part of the "Community Day" events. (914) 724-5600



NORTH CAROLINA:


  • ASHEVILLE, MARCH. Civil War demonstrations are part of the "Chilmark Civil War Sculpture Exhibition". 800-258-1012/(704) 252-2711, ext. 5007
  • ASHEVILLE, JUNE. Reenactment of the "Battle of Asheville". (704) 253-9231
  • DURHAM, APRIL. Civil War era demonstrations at the "Surrender Reenactment" at the Bennett Place State Historical Site. (919) 383-4345
  • GREENVILLE, APRIL. A Civil War reenactment is part of the "Springtime on the Farm" events at the Village of Yesteryear. (919) 758-6385
  • HAMILTON, 1st WEEKEND in NOVEMBER. Reenactment of the "Battle of Fort Branch". (919) 792-6605
  • HAMILTON, 1st SATURDAY in DECEMBER. A "Civil War Christmas" at Fort Branch includes a night tour of the camps. (919) 792-1407
  • KINSTON, NOVEMBER. Civil War encampment at the CSS Neuse State Historic Site. (919) 522-2091
  • MOUNT AIRY, OCTOBER. Civil War reenactments at J.E.B. Stuart's birthplace. (910) 789-2138  
  • PLYMOUTH, APRIL. "Thunder on the Roanoke River" with Confederate and Union cannon fire.
  • RALEIGH, MARCH & MAY. Civil War soldiers take part in the "Confederate Flag Day Observance" in March; and the "Confederate Memorial Service" at Oakwood Cemetary in May. (910) 572-1012  
  • WINNABOW, FEBRUARY. The Brunswicktown/Fort Anderson State Historic Site and Adams Battery of the 13th Battalion North Carolina Light Artillery  reenactment of the Battle of Fort Anderson.



OHIO:


  • ASHLAND, JULY. The "Civil War Weekend" features a Civil War encampment (419) 281-4584
  • ASHTABULA, OCTOBER. A Civil War encampment is part of the "Covered Bridge Festival". (216) 576-3769
  • BATH, JULY. Civil War reenactments at Hale Farm & Village. (330) 666-3711
  • BELLEVUE, SEPTEMBER. Civil War soldiers are part of the events at "Pioneer Days". (419) 483-2182
  • BELPRE, SEPTEMBER. Civil War reenactments on Blennerhassett Island. 800-752-4982/(614) 423-7731
  • BURTON, MAY. Civil War reenactment at Burton Century Village. (216) 834-4012
  • CANTON, JANUARY. A Civil War reenactment is part of the "McKinley Day" events at the William McKinley Museum. (330) 455-7043
  • CELINA, JULY. The "Battle of Grand Lake" Civil War reenactment at the Lake Festival. (419) 586-2219
  • CINCINNATI, APRIL. Civil War reenactments at Sharon Woods Village. (513) 563-9484
  • COLUMBIANA, SEPTEMBER. A Civil War encampment is one of the attractions at the "Antiques In The Woods" show. (330) 457-7202
  • EATON, SEPTEMBER. "Fort St. Clair Historical Days" present military reenactments and living history from the French & Indian wars through the present, including Civil War. (513) 456-4949  
  • FAYETTE, JULY. Civil War Days, reenactment and encampment at Normal Grove. (419) 335-7212.
  • FINDLAY, MAY. Civil War soldiers are part of the "Armed Forces Day Celebration" events. (419) 422-3313
  • FREMONT, OCTOBER. The "Hayes Civil War Encampment" at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center. 800-998-7737/800-255-8070
  • GALLIPOLIS, APRIL. The annual "Gallia County Civil War Soldiers Homecoming" features living history presentations of a Union army camp. 800-765-6482
  • GRAND RAPIDS, OCTOBER. Civil War reenactments are part of the "Apple Butter Festival" events. (419) 832-3082/4353  
  • GRANVILLE, JUNE. "Annual Licking County Civil War Reenactment". (740) 587-2535
  • HARRISON, SEPTEMBER. Civil War reenactments of "Morgan's Raid". (513) 367-2111
  • LAKE MILTON, JULY. The "Twin Oaks Pioneer Festival" includes Civil War soldiers performing living history demonstrations. (216) 538-3097
  • LIMA, AUGUST. Civil War reenactment. (419) 221-1232
  • MALTA - McCONNELSVILLE, 3rd WEEKEND in JULY. "Civil War Encampment Days". (614) 962-3431/3200
  • MECHANICSBURG, JULY. Civil War soldiers are part of the "Bygone Days" events. (513) 834-2443
  • MESOPOTAMIA, SEPTEMBER. "Civil War Days" presents Civil War reenactments. (216) 693-4435
  • MILFORD, DECEMBER. Civil War soldiers are part of the "Victorian Candlelight Christmas" at the Promont House Museum. (513) 831-4703
  • NEWARK, JUNE. Reenactment of the siege of Vicksburg. (614) 587-2535
  • NORTH COLLEGE HILL, OCTOBER. Civil War reenactments. (513) 521-7413
  • OBERLIN, JUNE. A Civil War encampment is part of the "Heritage Days" events. 800-962-3754
  • PEMBERVILLE, OCTOBER. Civil War soldiers are at the "Autumn Fest on the River". (419) 287-4305
  • PERRYSBURG, JUNE. Civil War era reenactments are part of the military demonstrations at the "Muster on the Maumee" events at Fort Meigs. (419) 874-4121
  • PERRYSBURG, AUGUST. Civil War encampment at Ft. Meigs. (419) 874-4121
  • POINT PLEASANT, APRIL. A Civil War encampment is part of the celebration of General Ulysses Grant's birthday. (513) 553-3661
  • PORTLAND, JULY. Civil War reenactments at the "Battle of Buffington Island Weekend". (614) 992-3810
  • SOMERSET, SEPTEMBER. Civil War reenactments at "Civil War Days". (614) 743-2963



OKLAHOMA:


  • ATOKA, NOVEMBER. Union Maj. Charles Willette and his troops surprised a Confederate force at Middle Boggy Depot. (405) 522-5235
  • CHETOCAH, JULY. Reenactment of the "Battle of Honey Springs". (405) 522-5235
  • FORT GIBSON, MAY. Several military periods from the War of 1812 to the present, including a large number of Civil War soldiers, are presented at the "Military Time Line". (918) 478-3355
  • HUGO, EVERY OTHER YEAR in JUNE (next event is in 1997). "The Last Surrender", a re-enactment of the last Confederate General to surrender, is reenacted at Fort Towson. (405) 521-2491
  • RUSH SPRINGS, AUGUST. A Civil War reenactment is part of the "Watermelon Festival". (405) 476-2525
  • TAHLEQUAH, DECEMBER. Civil War soldiers are camped at the Murrel Home. (918) 456-2751
  • VINITA, EVERY OTHER YEAR in OCTOBER (in odd years). Reenactment of the "Battle of Cabin Creek". (405) 521-2491/(918) 256-7133



OREGON:


  • ALBANY, 1st WEEKEND in AUGUST. Civil War reenactment. (541) 928-0911
  • ESTACADA, APRIL. Civil War reenactment. (503) 630-3483



PENNSYLVANIA:


  • BEDFORD, SEPTEMBER. A Civil War reenactment at the Old Bedford Village, a re-constructed 1790's town. 800-238-4347 / (814) 623-1156
  • CHAMBERSBURG, JULY. "Chambers Fest" includes a Civil War reenactment. (717) 264-7101
  • GETTYSBURG, LAST WEEKEND in JUNE or 1st WEEKEND in JULY. Large Civil War reenactment at "Gettysburg Civil War Heritage Days". (717) 334-6274/337-9483     
  • GETTYSBURG, NOVEMBER. Annual Civil War "Remembrance Day Parade and Memorial Service" features a parade of Civil War soldiers in uniform. (717) 334-6274
  • HOOKSTOWN, MAY. Civil War reenactments at the "Universal Soldier and Pioneer Days". 800-342-8192/(412) 573-9556
  • LEBANON, SEPTEMBER. "Civil War Weekend" at Stoeuor's Dam Park features battle reenactments and living history presentations. (717) 228-4470/933-4294
  • MECHANICSBURG, MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND. "Civil War Days" presents a Civil War military camp. (717) 697-6088
  • MEDINA, JULY. Civil War reenactment. (610) 566-1725
  • ORWIGSBURG, OCTOBER. A Civil War encampment is part of the "Heritage Days" events. (717) 366-3925
  • PHILADELPHIA, AUGUST. "Navy Day" presents Civil War era living history at Fort Mifflin. (215) 492-1881/685-4192
  • PHILADELPHIA, OCTOBER. Civil War living history presentations (military fort life, marching, etc.) at "Garrison Days" at Fort Mifflin. (215) 492-1881/685-4192
  • READING, JUNE. A Civil War camp and hospital at the “Berks County Civil War Living History” event. (610) 374-8839
  • WAYNESBORO, AUGUST. Civil War reenactments at the Renfrew Museum and Park. (717) 762-7123
  • WEATHERLY, AUGUST. An encampment of Union Civil War soldiers at Eckley Miner’s Village. (717) 636-2070
  • WHITEHALL, JUNE. Civil War reenactment to be held at Lehigh Valley Civil War Days, www.campgeiger.org.
  • WYOMING, SEPTEMBER. Civil War encampment and living history presentations at the Swetland Home. (717) 693-2740



RHODE ISLAND:


  • BRISTOL, JUNE. Reenactment of the “Battle of Stone Chapel”, at Colt State Park. (401) 277-2669
  • WARWICK, NOVEMBER. Civil War, Revolutionary War and other period soldiers are part of the “Warwick Heritage Festival”. 800-492-7942/(401) 738-2000, ext. 6220
  • WESTERLY, OCTOBER. A Civil War encampment at Wilcox Park. (401) 348-1341



SOUTH CAROLINA:


  • AIKEN, FEBRUARY. Reenactment of the “Battle of Aiken”. (803) 648-6729     www.battleofaiken.org
  • FLORENCE, MARCH. "The Skirmish At Gambles Hotel" is more commonly known as "The Columns."  Complete information can be found at www.23rdsc.com. . (803) 669-0950, Ext. 4
  • LEXINGTON, MARCH. Reenactment of the “Raid on Lexington”. (803) 359-6113
  • MT. PLEASANT, NOVEMBER. The “Battle of Secessionville” at Boone Hall Plantation. (803) 799-4222



SOUTH DAKOTA:


  • GETTYSBURG, EVERY OTHER AUGUST. The “Civil War Festival”. (605) 765-2801



TENNESSEE:


  • CARYVILLE, SEPTEMBER. “Battle of Pine Mountain” re-enactment. (423) 566-2306
  • FARMINGTON, SEPTEMBER 17, 18, 19.  Reenactment.
  • DANDRIDGE, AUGUST. “Battle of Dandridge” reenactment. (423) 397-9642
  • HARTSVILLE, DECEMBER. Reenactment of the “Battle of Hartsville”. (615) 374-9243
  • LEBANON, JUNE. Reenactments of "Morgan's Daring Raids".     www.morgansdaringraids.com
  • MOSHEIM, OCTOBER. “Battle of Blue Springs” reenactment (423) 638-4111
  • NEW JOHNSONVILLE, SEPTEMBER. Reenactment of the “Battle of Johnsonville”. (615) 535-3143 after 4PM
  • PULASKI, JUNE. Reenactment of Nathan Bedford Forrest’s Raid on Pulaski. (615) 363-3789
  • ROGERSVILLE, OCTOBER. The “Battle of Rogersville” reenactment at “Heritage Days”. (423)/272-1961/272-2186
  • SAVANNAH, APRIL. Reenactment of the “Battle of Shiloh”. (901) 925-2363



TEXAS:


  • ALBANY, APRIL & OCTOBER. At Old Fort Griffin, reenactment of Civil War era Indian wars during “Old Fort Griffin Days”. (915)-762-2525  
  • CROCKETT, OCTOBER. "Battle of Crockett Springs". (888) 269-2359
  • HEMPSTEAD, NOVEMBER. Civil War weekend at Historic Liendo Plantation. 
  • KAUFMAN, SEPTEMBER. Activities include Box Dinner Social & Hoedown on Saturday night, Ladies tea & night skirmishes.
  • MESQUITE, MARCH. Civil War reenactments at the “Samuell Farm Civil War Weekend”. (214) 670-7866
  • MEXIA, JUNE. A “Confederate Encampment” at Fort Parker State Park. (817) 562-5751
  • PALESTINE, MARCH. Civil War living history demonstrations at the “Dogwood Trails Festival” in the Texas State Railroad Park. (903) 584-3288
  • SAN ANGELO, DECEMBER. Civil War soldiers are part of a large 1800’s living history presentation at the “Winter Rendezvous” at Old Fort Concho. (915) 481-2646



VERMONT:


  • MARLBORO, (802) 464-5569.
         MAY. A Civil War encampment at the Living History Museum.
         JUNE. Civil War reenactments at the Camelot Gift Village.
         JULY. “Civil War Days” presents a Civil War era military camp.
         SEPTEMBER. “Time Line” presents military living histories from 3rd century Rome through WWII.  
  • MANCHESTER VILLAGE - HISTORIC HILDENE, SEPTEMBER. "Historic Hildene Civil War Days". Ongoing skirmishes and battle re-enactments. (518) 781-4165
  • ST. ALBANS, SEPTEMBER. “Civil War Days” includes an encampment. (802) 524-2444



VIRGINIA:


  • BOWLING GREEN, MAY. “Stonewall Jackson Memorial Weekend” features Civil War living history, including a hospital and church services. (540) 972-7215
  • CHANTILLY, AUGUST. Annual “Civil War Living History”, at Frying Pan Park. (301) 694-2907
  • CHARLES CITY, AUGUST. A Civil War enencampment is held at the Evelynton Plantation. 800-473-5075/(804) 829-5075
  • CHESAPEAKE, SEPTEMBER. The “Chesapeake Central Public Library Civil War Days” features battle and camp reenactments. (757) 382-6579
  • COVINGTON, APRIL. Civil War reenactment. 800-833-2068 / (540) 962-2178
  • FARMVILLE, APRIL. “Battle at Sailor’s Creek” at Sailor’s Creek Battle Historic State Park. (804) 561-2877
  • GORDONSVILLE, SPRING & SUMMER. Twice a year the Exchange Hotel Civil War Museum features Civil War encampments reenactments of Civil War medical practices. (540) 832-2944
  • JONESVILLE, APRIL. The “Jonesville Civil War Daze” - battle and medical re-enactments. (540) 346-0553
  • LEESBURG, AUGUST. Reenactment of the First Battle of Manassas / Bull Run.    
  • LYNCHBURG, SEPTEMBER (held every other year). Civil War reenactment of the “Defense of Lynchburg”. (804) 384-3861/845-5966
  • MIDDLETOWN, OCTOBER. Civil War reenactments at “Living History Weekend”. (540) 869-2064
  • NEW MARKET, MAY. A reenactment of the Civil War “Battle of New Market”. (540) 740-3212
  • NEWPORT NEWS, MARCH. “Battle of Williamsburg” at Endview Plantation. (804) 247-8523
  • NEWPORT NEWS, DECEMBER. “Christmas in the Field” features a reenactment of a Civil War battle. (804) 247-8523
  • NORFOLK, JULY. “Naval Rendezvous and Virginia Military Muster” includes presentations and reenactments by Civil War soldiers. (804) 664-6283
  • NORFOLK, DECEMBER. A Civil War era Christmas with a Civil War encampment will be portrayed during the “Victorian Christmas at Fort Norfolk”. (804) 627-0766
  • PETERSBURG, MARCH. Civil War reenactment on original battlefields. (804) 733-8131
  • PETERSBURG, JULY. “Blue and Gray Day” features a Civil War encampment. (804) 733-2400 / 733-0223
  • PORTSMOUTH, OCTOBER. “Civil War Day” features an encampment of Civil War soldiers. 800-296-9933/(804) 396-9550
  • RICHMOND, MARCH. Civil War battle reenactments. (804) 649-0711
  • RICHMOND, MAY. A Civil War reenactment is held at the Meadow Farm Museum. (804) 501-5520
  • RICHMOND, SEPTEMBER. “Civil War Day” at the Meadow Farm Museum features Civil War camps and lantern tours of the camp. (804) 672-9496
  • WATERFORD, OCTOBER. The “Waterford Homes Tour and Crafts Exhibit” features a Civil War camp. (540) 882-3085
  • WILLIAMSBURG, MARCH. Civil War soldiers are part of a large military living history program at “Military Through the Ages” at Jamestown Settlement. (804) 229-1607



WASHINGTON:


  • WALLA WALLA, JUNE. Civil War era living history is part of the Fort Walla Walla Rendezvous”. Also, other small Civil War events are presented at other times during the year. (509) 525-7703



WEST VIRGINIA:


  • CHARLES TOWN, JUNE. Civil War reenactments of the “Shenandoah Valley Campaigns”. 800-848-8687/(304) 535-2627 
  • GUYANDOTTE, NOVEMBER. Anniversary of "Thunder in the Village - The raid on Guyandotte". 
    (304) 736-9381/(304) 654-2205
  • LOGAN, SEPTEMBER. Civil War reenactments at Chief Logan State Park. (304) 752-1324
  • PARKERSBURG, SEPTEMBER. “Civil War Weekend” at Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park. 800-225-5982/(304) 428-3000
  • PHILIPPI, MAY. The “Blue & Gray Reunion” presents Civil War living history and battle reenactments. (304) 457-3700
  • PRINCETON, MAY. Princeton “Civil War Weekend” features reenactments. (304) 487-1502
  • SUMMERSVILLE, SEPTEMBER. “Civil War Weekend” at Carnifex Ferry State Park. (304) 872-0825  
  • WESTON, JULY. WVU Jackson's Mill "The Boyhood Home Of Stonewall Jackson"   Full Scale Progressive Reenactment "Infantry Focused with Artillery."
  • WHEELING, JUNE. Civil War reenactment. (304) 233-2575
  • WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, AUGUST. The “Battle of Dry Creek” reenactment. 800-284-9440/(304) 536-9440.



WISCONSIN:


  • BOSCOBEL, AUGUST. A Civil War reenactment is part of the events at “Muskets & Memories”. (608) 375-2550
  • EAGLE, MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND. Civil War encampment at Old World Wisconsin. (414) 594-2116
  • FOX LAKE, SEPTEMBER. A Civil War encampment at “Fox Lake Historical Days”. (414) 928-3223
  • GENOA CITY, SEPTEMBER. The “Frontier Days” events include Civil War reenactments. (414) 279-5424
  • GREEN BAY, JUNE. Civil War reenactments at Heritage Hill State Park. 800-721-5150/(414) 448-5150
  • GREENBUSH, SEPTEMBER. Civil War reenactments at Wade House Historic Site. (414) 526-3271
  • PEPIN, 3rd WEEKEND in SEPTEMBER. A Civil War encampment is part of the “Laura Ingalls Wilder Days” events. (715) 442-3011
  • WEST SALEM, JUNE. A Civil War encampment is part of “Founder’s Day” events. (608) 786-1399



WYOMING:


  • CASPER, JULY 4th WEEKEND. Civil War era military living history at the “Platte Bridge Encampment” at Fort Casper. (307) 235-8462
  • CHEYENNE, JULY. Civil War era military reenactments at “Fort Russell Days”. (307) 775-2980

 

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