Battle of Pleasant Hill Reenactment and Festival
Experience an unforgettable Civil War Reenactment at Battle of Pleasant Hill Reenactment and Festival
The Battle of Pleasant Hill Reenactment is an annual event happening every April which commemorates one of the last battles of the American Civil War. The battle reenactment is one of the only reenactments to take place on an actual Civil War Battlefield. Come join the Trans-Mississippi Volunteer Infantry and step back into time to learn about America's tumultuous past. Visitors and enthusiasts should take note.
- School Day - Get the word out to your teacher friends. The Battle of Pleasant Hill offers a School Day! Many Reenactments including this one offer school days where students can learn about the Civil War unimpeded by other spectators.
- Battlefield Reenactments take place BOTH days.
- There are "Open Camp" activities. Walk through the camps of the soldiers and get an in depth feel of how the Civil War soldier ate, slept, and spent their free time.
- There will be various sutlers (sellers) and food vendors on site.
PLEASE NOTE: The Battle of Pleasant Hill Reenactment and Festival is not organized by Milsurpia. Milsurpia is an event directory. All questions pertaining to the event should be directed to the venue or organizer
Mark your calendars today so you don't miss the next Battle of Pleasant Hill Reenactment and Festival in Pelican, Louisiana in April