History Lives on at Fort Verde State Historic Park

April 4, 2022

PHOENIX – History of the Soldier is back at Fort Verde State Historic Park in Camp Verde, Ariz., an exciting and educational weekend for all ages!

The event offers visitors a living history timeline of military and civilian encampments from the Revolutionary War to present day. Through Living History interpretations, the park will honor the dedication, commitment, and sacrifice of military men and women from around the globe.

The event will include presentations, military drills, a fashion show, and a period church service Sunday morning. Camps, cannon and soldiers will all be on site.

Veterans are encouraged to attend this fascinating homage to the Armed Forces of yesterday and today. Park entrance fee on is $7 per person ages 14 and up; $4.00 for youth 7-13 and children 6 and under are free. Arizona State Parks offers a 50 percent veterans discount pass and a free annual pass to disabled veterans living in Arizona for those qualified at 100 percent disability.

WHAT: History of the Soldier

WHERE: Fort Verde State Historic Park

WHEN: April 9-10, 2022


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PRESS CONTACT: Michelle Thompson at (480) 589-8877 - Email: pio@azstateparks.gov