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Honey Springs Battle Reenactor Registration

The Battle of Honey Springs Reenactment will be November 4–5, 2017. An Education Day will be held on Friday, November 3. The Honey Springs Historic Site and the Friends of Honey Springs Battlefield are grateful for the generous support from the reenactment community. We hope that you have a great time during our event and appreciate the effort and dedication you put into making this event meaningful and memorable experience for all. For more information, please call 918-473-5572.

Weekend Events

There will be numerous sutlers showcasing and selling various clothing, goods, and provisions. Also present will be modern-day vendors with different types of food and drinks. Visitors can also enjoy numerous presentations about Civil War-era topics. The reenactment begins at 1 pm on Saturday and Sunday.



Reenactor Registration

Please complete the form below to register. Each participant must register separately.

 Union

Confederate

Artillery ($75 powder reimbursement per gun)

Cavalry

Civilian

Dismounted Cavalry

Infantry

Medical

Signal Corps

All horses must have current Coggins papers; no kickers allowed.

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Reenactor Check In, Parking, Other Accommodations

We encourage all reenactors to check in at the registration station as early as possible.

General Rules and Etiquette

Please be courteous to all visitors, artifacts, and wildlife by keeping noise levels appropriate. This historic site is owned by the State of Oklahoma and tobacco use is prohibited.

Waiver Form

All reenactors are required to bring a signed copy of the waiver with them to the event. Download the waiver here.

Camping Accommodations

Water and firewood will be provided for use during the event. Horses will have a designated area with water tanks and hay.

Parking Lot Considerations

Please make sure vehicles are secure and property is concealed or otherwise protected.

Portable Sanitation Units

There will be numerous chemical-based sanitation units throughout the event area for visitor use.

Ground Conditions

Visitors should have sturdy footwear and be prepared for obstacles including uneven terrain and gravel. Be alert for wet or soggy areas and take your time to avoid tripping; variable terrains make running unsafe.

Weather Considerations

Since much of the reenactment event is outdoors visitors should dress appropriately for any inclement weather.

Locate Honey Springs Battlefield Historic Site

The Honey Springs Battlefield Historic Site is located east of US Highway 69 between Oktaha and Rentiesville.


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