Join the men and women of the 1860s as they relive the Civil War. Watch as the Union and Confederate forces go to battle. Meet President Lincoln and visit with the ladies at a ladies tea. You could even meet Annie Wittenmyer and visit with her. Enjoy the music of the time and hear the cannons roar. Visit with the solders and their wives as they live their day to day lives. It's  a great time and you might even learn something about history that you didn't know. Something different going on each day. 


Hours are Saturday 9 to 4 and Sunday 9 to 3.

Admission is $5.00 and 12 and under are FREE.


           Saturday July 08, 1862
       9:00  Camp Opens to the Public
       9:00  Rounders Game ( base ball ) on the Battle Field
       9 to 1  Write a letter to a soldier (Visitors Center)
      10:00  Battalion Drill ( on Battle Field )
      10:00   Artillery Demo ( on Battle Field )
      12:00  Meet Mr. Lincoln ( Event Tent)
        1:00  New recruits   ( Visitor Center)
       1:30   Ladies Tea & Fashion Show (Event Tent)
       2:15  Mail Call for Troops
       2:40  Opening Ceremony ( Honoring all Veterans )
       2:45  Cavalry Demonstration ( on Battle Field )
       3:00  Battle of Belmont  ( on Battle Field )
       3:30  Field Hospital Demo ( after the Battle )
       4:00  Camp Closes to Public
       7:00- 9:00  Camp Music ( Event Tent ) open to public
       9:00  Cannon Night Fire ( on Battle Field) open to public


             Sunday July 09, 1862
        9:00  Camp opens to Public 
        9:00  Church Service ( Event Tent)
      10:30  Battalion Drill ( on Battle Field )
      10:30  Artillery Demo ( on Battle Field )
      11:00  Tea with Annie Wittenmyer ( Event Tent )
      12:00  Meet Mr. Lincoln ( Event Tent)
        1:00  Sick Call ( Field Hospital)
        1:15   Mail call for the Troops   
        1:40  Opening Ceremony ( Honoring all Veterans )
        1:45  Cavalry Demonstration (on Battle Field )
        2:00   Battle of New Bern  ( on Battle Field )
        3:00  Camp Closes to Public


Reflections of the Civil War

July 8th and 9th