Camp Flintlock ® logo in a colonial font

Hand-drawn image of an 18th-century flintlock musket


CAMP Flintlock conducts over 100 school field trips a year. However, we also find time to participate in a number of publick events throughout the Southeast. At most of these events, we will have our store tent set up and play period fife & drum musik, demonstrate colonial cooking, etc; we usually offer at least one free hands-on activity (e.g., Quill & Ink Writing) for visitors, as well. Please come and see us on one of the following dates:

Spring 2016

Saturday, February 27: Moore's Creek Battlefield
The Battle of Moore's Creek was one of the first Patriot victories of the revolutionary war.
Moore's Creek Battlefield Website
Saturday, May 14: Battle Of Alamance (245th Anniversary)
The 1771 Battle Of Alamance was the last in the War Of The Regulation, a prolonged rebellion that helped precipitate the Revolutionary War a few years later. The anniversary will be served by many reenactors and living history activities, including a presence from Camp Flintlock. Today, the Alamance Battleground State Historic Site is maintained by the State of North Carolina and is located just south of Burlington.
5803 S NC Highway 62
Burlington, NC 27215
Alamance Battleground State Historic Site on Facebook

PICTURES from our publick events can be found in our Special Event Gallery.