West Virginia  -  March - November

April 3-6, 2014 -  School of the Longhunter, Prickett's Fort, 88 State
Park Entrance Road, Fairmont, WV.
Contact 304-363-3030 or
800-CALL-WVA, www.prickettsfort.org. Weekend of instruction exploring the
role of early frontiersmen on the American frontier. Space limited.
Registration required. Members $54, non-members $60, at the door $65,
campers $20, visitors $10. Encampment, informational sessions and
activities, demonstrations, a fort feast, contests, a benefit auction, music.
Address: 88 State Park Entrance Road, Fairmont, WV. Location: Exit 139 off

May 7-10, 2014 - Rendezvous on the River, Blennerhassett Island
Historical State Park, Parkersburg, W.Va.,
Wood County. Contact (304)
420-4800, (800) CALL WVA, blennerhassett@wvdnr.gov,
www.blennerhassettislandstatepark.com. Early 19th-century encampment on
Blennerhassett Island. Location: Ohio River, with ferry to island. Address:
137 Juliana St., Parkersburg, W.Va.

May 16-18, 2014 - Siege of Fort Randolph, Krodel Park, Point Pleasant,
Contact Craig Hesson, 304-675-7933, chesson1774@suddenlink.net,
www.fortrandolph.org/index_files/siege.htm. Juried Native and Euro
18th-century event. See website for registration form. Early set-up Thursday.
Friday school day. Friday evening reenactor seminar. Drama and battle 2
p.m. Saturday of Chief Cornstalk's visit to Fort Randolph in fall 1777, and the
subsequent siege placed in May 1778. Saturday demonstrations, fort feast,
fundraiser auction and tavern entertainment. Sunday trek among the hills.
Donations to auction appreciated, as well as items to loan for use during the
drama. See website for more information. Address: 1994 Sandhill Road,
Point Pleasant, W.Va.

Past events

Feb. 21-23, 2014 - Muzzleloading and Accoutrements Trade Show,
Prickett's Fort, Prickett's Fort State Park, Fairmont, W.Va.
Pricketts Fort Memorial Foundation, www.prickettsfort.org, 304-363-3030.
Open 1-6 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday.
Admission $3. Location: Prickett's Fort State Park is 2 miles off I-79 at exit
139 in Fairmont, W.Va.

items are provided free.
They won't be included in
listings (to save space).

Primitive attire required
Pre-1840 primitive
rendezvous rules apply
Camp will remain primitive
24 hours a day from
beginning to end
Potable drinking water is
Free firewood
Hooters (port-a-potties or
other) are provided
No pets
In shoot listings …
roundball and open
sights only

If your camp differs from
these norms, please
mention the change.
(For example, potable
water is NOT provided or
pets are allowed.)

Before traveling to an event,
please call or email the
contact people. Sometimes
events are canceled or
changed without notice.