Honoring the Battles, Soldiers and Spirits

Ashley’s Mills Reenactment

Scott Plantation Settlement 15525 Alexander Road, Scott, AR

Living history event marking the 151st Anniversary of the Skirmish at Ashley’s Mills. Living historians will be on hand to demonstrate infantry tactics, encampments, cooking, flag/weapons displays. The event is located on the actual grounds that the actual Skirmish took place. This is a free event to the public. This event is hosted by General Robert C. Newton Camp #197 Sons ...

28th Annual Christmas and Candlelight Tour

Historic Washington State Park Washington, AR

Historic Washington State Park will be the place to visit during the start of the Christmas Season. You and your family can view what 19th Century candlelit streets can provide. Homes of yesteryear will be adorned with all natural Christmas decorations from pine cones to evergreens. Historic 19th Century music will set the mood for this travel back in time ...

Dedication of Civil War Museum

Unnamed Venue Hot Springs, AR

The Civil War Museum West in Hot Springs, Arkansas focuses on Civil War events in the Trans-Mississippi Campaigns of the War Between the States.

Battle of Poison Springs

Poison Springs Battleground State Park Camden, AR

In the spring of 1864, three Civil War battles took place in south central Arkansas that were part of the Union Army's Red River Campaign. The first battle occurred at Poison Springs on April 18 when Confederate troops captured a supply train and scattered Union forces.  

Independence Day

Historic Arkansas Museum 200 E. Third Street,, Little Rock, AR

Red Coats and Colonials face off in downtown Little Rock to commemorate America's declared independence from the Monarchy at the annual Frontier Fourth of July.

Battle of Perryville

Perryville Battlefield 1825 Battlefield Rd, Perryville, KY

This national event is held on the "hallowed grounds" where forces collided more than 150 years ago.  The Perryville Battlefield is one of our nation's best preserved historic sites.  Restoration efforts have returned these acres to their appearance during the Civil War era.  This is a true "time travel" experience!

Old Washington Civil War Weekend

Historic Washington State Park Washington, AR

Relive the days when Washington, Arkansas was the Confederate capital of the state. Reenactors from across the region will present living history demonstrations, including combat scenarios, throughout the weekend. Guided tours of the many historic homes and buildings of the town will be available.

Battle of Prairie Grove

Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park 506 East Douglas Street, Prairie Grove, AR

Prairie Grove is recognized as one of America's most intact Civil War battle sites. Arkansas's largest battle reenactment takes place here at Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park the first weekend in December on even-numbered years.