September 30, 2017, 10 am to 4 pm
The Festival at Fort Willow highlights life as a British soldier in 1812 in a camp setting similar to life two centuries ago. Visitors can enjoy the various re-enactors as they demonstrate their daily tasks including blacksmithing, candle making and musket ball making. The Fort is brought to life with re-enactors performing various tasks and interacting with festival visitors. The Festival at Fort Willow is a great venue for families with interactive stations, children's entertainment and hands-on historical displays.
Celebrate the War of 1812 Bicentennial in true historical fashion!
Witness and be a part of life as it was during the early 19th century, with activities and demonstrations for all ages!
The Township of Springwater, Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority and Friends of Fort Willow have developed this event to celebrate the significance of historic Fort Willow and the history of Canada.
For additional information on this historic site please visit our Fort Willow webpage.
Click here to view a map of the area.