Save the date:  August 14-16. Fort Loudoun is rescheduling the inaugural Fort Loudoun Market Fair.  This juried event will feature 18th Century artisans, a chance to shoot at marks, and a glimpse of frontier life during the 18th Century.  See blacksmiths, tinsmiths, carpenters, potters, coopers, and bakers demonstrate their trades in and amongst the historic Fort Loudoun that existed between 1756 to 1765. Takes in the sights and smells of an 18th Century encampment.  Sponsored by Muzzleloader Magazine.

Registered Artisans. Include:

Americana Floorcloths
At the Sign of the Black Bear
At the Sign of the Grey Horse
Chadds Ford Floor Cloths
Claus Jackware
Craftsman to the Past (Silversmith)
Dan Eisenhour – Horner
Dan Hrinko Boxmaker
Dancing Weasle Silver
Dave Morris Cabinet Maker
Donna Selfridge Spangler Fraktur Art
Early American Tin
Fashions Revisited
FEW Cooperage
Fort Vause Outfitters
Gen Is He Yow Trading Company
Gilson & Sons (Glassblowing)
Half Crown Bakery
Historic Reproduction Lightshop
J&S Gier Artificers (Horner)
Jason A Cherry LLC
Kauffman Fine Furniture
Lady Aimee’s Fine Sewing Sutlery
Metzger Blacksmith/Bladesmith
Muzzleloader Magazine
Scott Baylor Tinware
SJ Pottery
Steinhagen Pottery
Stonehouse History (Weaving/Spoons)
The Joiner Shoppe
Tim Sanner Powder Horns
Tim William’s Flintlocks
Tin Man Roy (Tinware)
Valerie Skinner – Painter
Village Restorations
Warrior’s Path Knives (Joe Scott)
White Historic Art
WKD Longrifles

Camping available! If you want to camp 18th Century style, download a camper registration form from: