Directory of Summer Resources

Directory of Summer Resources


Civil War Re Enactment Hale Farm and Village presents Ohio’s largest Civil War Reenactment. Stroll among soldier camps, see Lincoln, hear the drum corps, shop for historic items and experience a re-enacted Civil War Battle just yards away. Hale Farm and Village, 2686 Oak Hill rd., Bath 44210 PH: 330-666-3711 - Aug 9-11

Civil War Weekend Visit Cincinnati Museum Center for Civil War Weekend to meet soldiers, sailors, and civilians, who were friend and foe, as we bring historic participants to life through costumed interpretations, hands-on demonstrations and presentations. Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal, 1301 Western Avenue, Cincinnati 45203 800-733-2077 - June 29-30

D-Day Conneaut America’s largest D-Day event as seen on the Discovery Channel!! This premier living history event is a highly realistic re-enactment of the WWII Euripean Theater of Operations and D-Day Normandy Invasion. More than 700 re-enactors will assemble on the 250 yard long beach, which closely resembles Omaha Beach in Normandy, France. Conneaut Township Park, Lake Road, Conneaut 44030 PH: 440-729-9274 - Aug. 16-17

“Early America Live” an 1890 Re-enactment Early Pioneer Demonstrations, 1890’s entertainment, food,music, and more old-fashioned fun at this exciting re-enactment. Jefferson Depot Village, 147 E. Jefferson St., Jefferson 44047 PH: 440-576-0496 - July 13-14

Fort Ancient - Native flute music and drumming, up to 100 dancers in full regalia, workshops, and storytellers. Fort Ancient, 6123 St. Rt. 350, Oregonia, 45054 PH: 513-932-4421- Saturday, June 8, 11 am-9 pm and Sunday, June 9, 11 am-6 pm

Malta and McConnelsville Civil War Encampment Days See the Yankees and Rebels exchange fire across the Muskingum River. On Saturday there will be medical, infantry, and artillery demonstrations including the popular “Squirmish on the Square”. 21 W Main Street, MConnelsville, 43756 PH: 740-962-4909 - July 12-13

Annual Great Mohican Pow-Wow Learn about Native culture, lifestyles, fellowship, and competitions, music, storytelling, dance and drum competitions and more. Mohican Reservation Camp and Festival Grounds, 23270 Wally Road, Loudonville, 44842 PH: 800-766-2267 - July 12-14

Ohio and the Civil War: 150 years later This Ohio Historical Society exhibit explores Ohio’s participation in the war and focuses especially on individuals’ choices that impacted local communities and the war. Wilmington College’s Quake Heritage Center, Wilmington, 45177 PH: 937-382-6661 - July 12-15

Ohio Valley Frontier Days Reconstructed 18th Century Fort Steuben holds a festival featuring re-enactors, demonstrators, musicians, artists, and crafters. Historic Fort Steuben, 120 S. 3rd Street, Steubenville 43952 PH: 740-283-1787 - June 8-9

Port of Cleveland 2013 Tall Ships Festival A fleet of magnificent Tall Ships will sail into Cleveland’s harbor to participate in a fun-filled festival that showcases the Great Lakes maritime history. Visitors can board vessels, meet crews, and experience the heritage these ships symbolize. Port of Cleveland, 101 Erieside Ave. and Lake Erie, Cleveland 44114 - July 3-7


American Red Cross Safety City Program - July thru August in various Licking County areas

Summer Day Camps

A handy guide on various day camp activities - Dates are included in the guide


Football Camps at Denison University - Saturday, June 29th & Saturday, July 27th

Soccer Camps at Denison University - Check the link for dates/times please


HeathCity Water Park - summer open swimming information

American Red Cross Swim Lessons in the Licking County Area - check info. for dates

Vacation Bible Schools

SpringHills Baptist Church VBS - June 24 - 28