Come to Staunton State Park for Living History Days September 12 and 13, 2020 from 10am-3pm!
Come join some old time fun, live music by the campfire! Learn about how Doctors Rachel and Archibald Staunton treated patients during the pandemic of their times, with old school surgery techniques and medicinal plants. John Stinley will be there to discuss remedies of the day.
Experience the protest of the Feather Trade and the fight to protect our beautiful colorful birds from becoming decorations on ladies hats!
Trapping and Hunting gear used in the day will be displayed along with the valuable furs that were sought after by fur traders.
All events will be held at the historical Staunton cabin. Hop on the hay-ride at the visitor center or road below Meadow Parking or it’s a 30 min hike on the Davis Ponds to Chase Meadow Trail from either the Visitor Center or Group Picnic Area. Also easily accessed along Staunton Ranch Trail to the Historical Cabin District Trail.
To keep staff, visitors and volunteers safe please wear a mask and practice social distancing.