A fur trading outpost on the Northern Plains, Fort Union Trading Post comes alive during 4 days in June with an encampment of traders, craftsmen and Native Americans to relive its heydey and allow visitors a glimpse of history. It is not uncommon to see mountain men tanning hides, a blacksmith at work, artisans crafting jewelry and teepees with Native American artifacts. In the evening, you may hear a fiddler and voices singing around the campfire. A new experience each year with demonstrations, speakers and storytellers.
Sun, June 21st