Thanks to everyone who made the 2013 Civil War Reenactment at Beaver Creek a big success. We had over 1200 visitors during the weekend who enjoyed the sights and sounds of the areas premier living history event.

Our thanks also to Andy Donaldson who took some amazing pictures. CLICK HERE to view them. 

Details on the 2014 event will be posted soon.
 
 
The reenactors are looking forwarding to camping and fighting in the woods and by the river with weekend. Beaver Creek is the premier location in the region for authentic Civil War living history. The weather will be "perfect for reenecting" (as the saying goes when you wear a wool uniform). Mid 60s during the day and great sleeping weather in the 40s at night.
 
 
We have had over 1300 unique visitors to the Beaver  Creek Civil War event website since the first of May and over 1000 visitors to the Facebook page in the last 5 days. Thank you so much to everyone spreading
the word!! You can visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/BeaverCreekCivilWar.
 
 
Don't forget that the annual Civil War event at Beaver Creek State Park is Memorial Day weekend. That is just a few short weeks away! Hope to see all of you there. Please pass along links below to family and friends as well.  Admission to the event is FREE to the public.

www.beavercreekcivilwar.com

www.facebook.com/BeaverCreekCivilWar
 
 
Thanks to so many of the area businesses who are signing on to support the Beaver Creek Civil War reenactment Memorial Day weekend with materials and services. Click here to check out a list of those already on board. If your business or organization want to help, please sent an email to Karen Russo.
 
 
Local bed and breakfast establishment The Sturgis House will provide accommodations during the Road To Gettysburg Civil War weekend at Beaver Creek State Park (May 25-26). The restored Victorian mansion has seen much of the area's history including a no-so pleasant stay by gangster "Pretty Boy" Floyd in 1934.

The Sturgis House is located at 122 West 5th Street in East Liverpool, Ohio. A limited number of rooms are available for the Memorial Day weekend of the Civil War reenactment. For price and availability, visit their website at www.sturgishouse.com or call 330-382-0194.
 
 
We have a limited number of spaces for sutlers still avavilable for the reenactment on May 25 and 26, 2013 at Beaver Creek. Sutlers will be in a nice cool location under the tall pine trees! Spaces are first come first serve and once we are full we will not be taking any more reservations. For more information, contact Karen Russo at russo53@localnet.com.
 
 
Registration is now open for Civil War reenactors to attend the Beaver Creek reenactment. To download the form, please click on the "Reenactors" page of this website. Don't forget to read the rules and also note the cutoff for registration is May 20th.

Beaver Creek is a well-established event here in Ohio and is one of the favorite event of many reenactors. Don't miss out on this year's event as we will be bringing many exciting new aspects into play.
 
 
It was a sunny day on March 30th for the final planning meeting with the event coordinators Karen Russo, Dave Coleman, and Jeff Wormley, military commanders Tim Perry and Chris Smith, as well as representatives from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the Friends of Beaver Creek organization. Logistics and scheduling details were hammered out and the Commanders set forth the battle scenarios and historical reference for the event. Everyone is working hard to ensure a great Memorial Day weekend for both reenactors and the general public.
 
 
The Confederacy's most daring cavalrymen, John Hunt Morgan and his 2,000 raiders, crossed the entire width of Ohio from west to east before his eventual capture in July of 1863 near Beaver Creek State Park. The trunk of the tree where he surrendered has been preserved and is in the museum located at the park's Mill and Pioneer Village.