Mountain Man Rendezvous
The Fort Bridger Rendezvous is a mountain man rendezvous in celebration of the Fur Trade Rendezvous Era that occurred in the Rocky Mountains between 1825-1840. It is one of the largest mountain man gatherings in the nation.
Held annually the first weekend of September at Fort Bridger Wyoming, this Mountain Man Rendezvous is an experience your family will be sure to remember for years. Come and experience historic Fort Bridger at its best!
This Primitive Rendezvous is a large encampment of living history buffs portraying every manner of pre-1840 historical characters including French & Indian War soldiers, Colonial militia, frontier longhunters, mountain men, Native American Indians, trades people, frontier settlers and a great variety of historic crafts and craftsmen. This event also includes historical craft and skills seminars, a variety of games and entertainment, shooting events for the old timey muzzleloaders, and children's activities. It is designed by and for history buffs and reenactors. This promises to be the biggest and best in its 20 year history! If you like living history, don't miss this event!
Sponsored by the PORT-NEUF MUZZLELOADERS of Pocatello Idaho
Held Easter Weekend each year, this event marks the opening of our season. Come join us April 7 and 8 for a re-creation of the fur trade era gatherings of trappers and Native Americans. The events on Saturday,April 7 from 8:00am-6:00pm include a dutch oven contest, rifle shoot, kids' games, frying pan toss and much more! The events on Sunday, April 8 from 10:00am-1:00pm include a shotgun shoot and kids' and adult canoe races. Vendors will be there to sell food and drinks so bring the whole family for a day of fun and good food!
The Anasazi Free-Trappers was formed by a diverse group of “TRUE BUCKSKINNERS” who hold fast to the “True Buckskinning Spirit” and commit our personal lives to that spirit of freedom and liberty. We are a unique group of people who believe in preserving, through re-enactments, the Pre-1840 history of the buckskinning/fur trade era, with its visionary perseverance of those who explored the unknown regions of the American West, their skills and their arts of survival, their games and their crafts; as well as the camaraderie of fellow buckskinners. We are very fortunate that our members possess a great variety of these skills and are willing to share them with others.
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