Fort Reno Tombstone Tales

 

Tombstone Tales

Re-Enactment

 

At the Fort Reno Post Cemetery hear the stories of 15-17 individuals who lived and died at the old fort from re-enactors dressed as the folks they portray. Included are tales of an Outlaw, Buffalo Soldiers, Cavalry Soldiers, an Indian Scout, German POW, Women, Children, Stage Coach Driver, Scout Ben Clark and his wife Moka, and more.

Saturday is open to the public!

Friday is Educational Day with shows at 9:00am, 11:00am, & 1:00pm. Schools are invited to bring their students to this wonderful tour of Oklahoma’s history from it’s early beginnings through to WWII. It’s an outdoor event that captures the imagination of children as the past comes alive right in front of them! Teachers, make your reservations today! Call (405) 262-3987

2017 (Details to be updated)

  • Saturday,
    , 2017
  • Taste of Fort Reno
    Dinner at 6:00pm
  • Performance by
    Lantern 7:30pm
  • Admission:
    Adults $15
    Seniors $12 (55+)
    Children $10 (5-12)
    *Includes Dinner and
    Performance

Photo Gallery

Chuck wagon’s set up! Bring on Tombstone Tales! Photo taken April 21 2016

Tombstone Tales Photo – April 2016 – On FaceBook