Alabama Frontier Days -- November TBA, 2023

Once a year in November, visitors can enjoy stepping back in time to what it was like in the period from 1700 to 1820 during Alabama Frontier Days. See genuine blacksmiths at work, traditional Native American dances, battle re-enactments and more. Browse the living history exhibits or tour the 1751 French Fort Toulouse occupied by a full force of authentically costumer French Colonial Marines or visit the War of 1812 camp set up next to 1814 Fort Jackson. Learn the history of both forts fromt he Living History enthusiasts who give their time to inform the public what life was like in a much harsher time.

Some of the deomonstrations and events will include:
Native American
  • Pottery Making
  • Hide Tanning
  • Dugout Canoe Construction
  • Creek Indian Hunting Camp
Colonial/Early American
  • Firing a Flintlock Musket
  • Spinning, Weaving & Dying
  • Blacksmithing
  • Firing the Cannon & Wall-Gun
  • Ft. Toulouse Colonial Marines
  • Knife Making
  • War of 1812 Military Encampment
  • 42nd Royal Highlanders
  • Military Surgeon
Period Entertainment
  • Period musicians
  • Magician
  • Strolling Balladeers
Admission Charged Hours
  • Admission: Adults - $10 Students - $7
  • Hours: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm daily
More Information
  • (334) 567-3002



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