Civil War Living History and Reenactment May 21-22, 2016 has been canceled due to inclement weather!
But the 2017 Reenactment May 19-21 is going to have perfect weather according to the Farmers Almanac!
General Lee's nephew, Fitzhugh Lee commanded 2,500 veteran Confederate cavalry troops at the action at Fort Pocahontas.
Military Demonstrations and Self-Guided Fort Tours
The Action at Wilson's Wharf
Reenactments Saturday and Sunday at 1:00pm.
Fort open to the public 10am - 4pm each day.
Each Day: $10 adults, $8
Group Rate [10 or more]: $7 per adult, $5 per student
opens Friday, May
2016 at Noon.
The young soldiers like these struck fear in the hearts of their enemies!
Reenactors camp inside the fort with their cannons and tents on the original breastworks.
This forgotten Union earthwork comes to life as Veteran Civil War reenactors describe the life of the soldier, the art of field fortification and Fitzhugh Lee's cavalry attack. Defended by three regiments of USCTs under General Edward A. Wild, the fort encompassed an army depot at this historic wharf located on the banks of the James River.
Civilian reenactors can camp inside the fort on the high bluffs overlooking the James River in the same camp locations of the 1864 soldiers.
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