For kids & adults, educational and entertaining, great living history lesson
Fur Trade-era reeanctor encampments, authentically attired reenactors, period lodges and tents, demonstrations of gunsmithing, blacksmithing, beadworking, flute making, hide tanning, bow and arrow making, scrimshawing, leather working, flint and steel fire making, knife making, fire pit cooking.
Travel back 150 years to a time when plainsmen, mountain men, American Indians, and trappers camped along the Kansas River to conduct commerce.
Period living history re-enactments, period encampments, traders row, "Flintlock Talk", firearms, tomahawk & knife throwing, flint and steel fire making, blacksmithing, flintknapping, beadwork, tanning, gunsmithing, camp cooking, bow and arrow making.
Period Participants: Mountain Man, Plainsman, Native American, Camp Traders, Old-style Musicians, Early Day Skills Demonstrators.