150th anniversary of the battle of

 Fort Davidson

Pilot Knob, Missouri



September 27 - 28, 2014

Reenactment of the Battle

of Fort Davidson

Fort Davidson State Historic Site

The Battle of Fort Davidson at Pilot Knob marked the beginning of Sterling Price's 1864 invasion of Missouri.

The reenactment will be held at Fort Davidson State Historic Site in Pilot Knob and will be open to the public each day at 8:00 am.


About 1,000 reenactors will participate in a recreation of the battle of Pilot Knob. This year denotes the 150th anniversary of the battle and the event will have music, sutlers, food vendors, arts & crafts vendors and well as cavalry, infantry and artillery drills.  Other ceremonies and entertainment will also be available, with some starting the week before the event.

The event is free.

Some parking spaces require money. 

This is the web site where more information can be obtained.

Click here.


For more information, contact the historic site at 573-546-3454. 

The map below will get you to the park and there should be a lot of people attending this event.

Historic Towns in Missouri - Pilot Knob is just one and you can find more here.
Get Directions To:
118 East Maple St
Pilot Knob MO 63663