Fort Clark Days


A Celebration of our Living History

Fort Clark Days is a fun festival for all!  

March 6 and 7, 2015

March 6 is School Day!

Living Historians

Live Music

Food Vendors

Arts and Crafts Vendors

Museum Tour



.....and much more!!

Fort Clark Days is the largest and most celebrated event of the year.  For over thirty years, this festival has served as a fundraiser benefiting the preservation of our historic buildings.  It is also a wonderful way for us to share our diverse heritage and culture.  Visitors from all over the state and nation come to learn about Fort Clark's rich history and to experience, first hand, the sense of pride and dedication displayed by our present day community. 

You'll feel so welcome, you may just decide to stay awhile, or for a lifetime! 

It is not uncommon to hear a 19th Century cannon blast!  Come, listen to live music; taste delicious festival fare; watch Native American dancers; explore the specialty art vendors; wander through the classic car and motorcycle displays; visit the art exhibits; and participate in the children's activities.  

Save plenty of time to visit the Old Sutler's Store and the Guardhouse Museum! 

Be sure to make your reservations early as our onsite Motel fills up quickly. For information on other available accommodations please contact the FCSA Administration at 830- 563-2493.

Not yet convinced?  Check out the event's website

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you here this year!


This site is provided by Fort Clark Springs Association