Fort Beauregard Reenactment

2021 Re-Enactment Schedule: February 26th to the 28th of 2021. Check our community events page as this event nears for detailed information. Fort Beauregard, located half a mile north of the village of Harrisonburg, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana, was one of four Confederate forts guarding the Ouachita River during the American Civil War. In 1863, four Union gunboats attacked it, unsuccessfully.   Built: 1862 https://thecivilwarandnorthwestwisconsin.wordpress.com/2013/09/08/1863-september-8-another-rebel-stronghold-fallen-fort-beauregard-la-evacuated-by-the-rebels/Continue Reading

Civil War battle reenactors from the 5th Volunteer infantry come to Harrisonburg, La, to reenact the Battle of Fort Beauregard. The festival includes authentic Civil War camps of both the Union and Confederate armies. These camps are open to the public. A downtown parade and a skirmish leading to fort hill where soldiers will reenact the Battle of Fort Beauregard. Parking will be downtown. Spectators willContinue Reading