Fur Trade Era Rendezvous

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Fur Trade Era Rendezvous
Fort Washita Historic Site
3348 State Rd 199
Durant
,
OK
74701
Phone: 580-924-6502

Experience the commerce of the wild frontier as re-enactors take visitors back to the time of fur trappers and traders at the Fur Trade Era Rendezvous, held at the Fort Washita Historic Site near Durant. Learn about the lifestyle of the time period between 1820 and 1850 through high-spirited competitions, educational stations and much more. Step back in time to when the West was young as you experience a wide variety of living history presentations including storytellers in character and participants in period clothing. 

Bring your cameras and capture an era of the past to take home with you. Enjoy a picnic lunch with family and friends, or choose from a variety of modern food vendors available. Wednesday through Friday attractions at the Fur Trade Era Rendezvous are historically geared toward schoolchildren.

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Projected Attendance: 10,000
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From I-35, take Hwy 70 east to Madill, then Hwy 199 east 15 miles.

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