Point Pleasant, West Virginia

Point Pleasant Battle Days Festival


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Celebration and Memorial of the Battle of Point Pleasant, October 10, 1774 between Virginia Militia and the Shawnee Tribe of Native Americans.

Kids Day with crafts and re-enactments. Lantern Tour. Parade on Main Street at noon, crafts, vendors, re-enactments. Memorial Service for fallen militia soldiers.

Parking is limited at the Park entrance, but parking is allowed on the street.


Address: Tu-Endie-Wei State Park
PO Box 267
Phone: 304-675-6788
Our Email: tuendie4@localnet.com
Our Website:www.pointpleasantwv.org

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