Winter Rendezvous
                           February 27 - March 1, 2016
                  THANK YOU ONE ALL FOR THIS HUGE SUCCESS, SEE YOU                                                                NEXT YEAR!
The polar campers had a great time at this 2015 event with nightly temps reaching -9 degrees. By popular demand, we have added this new event for our winter-loving reenactors and friends!
Enjoy a winter weekend get-away in a beautiful setting!
Set up your camp outside... or bring your bedding and sleep inside the Catfish Inn, Longhouse or Trapper's Cabin. ( Please call or email in advance, inside space is limited). Set up anytime Friday.
Historical building tours available on request.

What you get:

Shooting competitions

Hawk & knife competitions

Ice fishing (catch & release if ice is good)

Potluck Saturday evening in heated Marlow Hall


Mike Ruppert, 567-298-1484 Vicki Johnson, 419-601-2495

The Center is located at 16486 Wapakoneta Road, between the historic Victorian village of Grand Rapids in northwest Ohio, and north of Rt. 6. The Center is an ideal outdoor living history site with its 40 acres of Black Swamp woods, two-acre pond and open meadows. The Center boasts the only site to have a recreated 50’ Woodland Indian longhouse and 20’ wigwam, a Scottish Tavern, Trappers Lodge, Blacksmith Shop, 214 year-old Pioneer Log house, Trading Post and Marlow Education Hall in northwest Ohio. The Center’s facilities are open for school tours, scout events and festivals on an arranged basis.