Explore: The Forts Trail Region
These special events allow visitors to see, touch, taste and experience what life was like during an earlier time period. Spring events are held at Forts Richardson, McKavett, Mason and Chadbourne; Fall events are held at Forts Griffin and...
Use our new regional travel passport to visit places where history was made, make your own memories, and become eligible for a grand prize! Sixteen pages highlight museums, frontier forts, historic sites and more. Request your free Passport here...
September 24, 2014 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
A Nation Divided-Life and Times in the Civil War Part Two. Judith Jackson, Buffalo Gap Historic Village Chatauqua Speaker, Tour organizer to Civil War battlfields, school presenter, and Senior Fest Speaker.
September 27, 2014 (All day)
Fort Concho National Historic Landmark will mark National Museum Day with free admission.
September 27, 2014 (All day) to September 28, 2014 (All day)
Approximately 230+ tables with a variety of items sold by our vendors. Guns, ammo, knives, knife sharpening, military surplus, items for women, and children, western art, books, and so much more to see!!
About the Forts Trail Region
The Forts Trail Region was once the wild frontier where explorers and frontiersmen clashed with the land and Native Americans. Come hear the stories and explore the places where history was made—and make you own memories! Visit a historic site, tour a museum, or check out the local sites, shops, and eateries. The "trail" is a recommended 650-mile driving loop within a 29-county region of Central West Texas. The trail highlights a Spanish presidio and eight historic frontier forts and the communities and attractions that surround them. Take the trail or explore the region!
The Forts Trail Region works with a variety of organizations to promote heritage travel throughout the region.