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Annual CSLRM Mountain Man Living History Encampment

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Event# 620-442-6750

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Walk back in time to 1840 and visit a Plains Trading Camp. Mountain Man and tradesmen will be displaying their crafts as well as conducting workshops in beadwork, knife making, rope making, powder horn making, bow and arrow making, flint knapping and much more. Come throw a tomahawk, purchase goods from traders and watch our pow wow at 2 PM on Saturday!

Hours: 10:00-5:00 Friday and Saturday
10:00-12:00 Sunday

Annual CSLRM Mountain Man Living History Encampment

Address : Cherokee Strip Land Rush Museum, 31639 US 77 Arkansas City KS
Phone : 620-442-6750   (Always call and confirm events.)

Admission Fee : Adults $5.00; Children 6-12 $3.00; Under 6 Free

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