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D-Day Ohio Reenactment

2017 D-Day Reenactment
August 17th - 19th

Once again, D-Day Ohio, Inc. will invade the Lake Erie shores of Conneaut, Ohio and stage the largest D-Day (1944) living history reenactment in the country.  Featuring over 1,800 reenactors from across the US and Canada, spectators will witness men, women, and their machines perform a living tribute to the veterans of WWII through dress, mock battles, and living history displays.  Meet the real men and women that lived through these times.  Last year, we were proud to host over 150 WWII veterans and hope to have even more this year.  

Come and be a part of this Admission FREE event and experience what people call the most realistic and educational D-Day reenactment of the WWII era.  

The event occurs within the beautifully kept grounds of Conneaut Township Park, in Conneaut, Ohio.  Just off Interstate 90 (Exit 241).  Five miles west of the Pennsylvania border, Conneaut is just about half way between Cleveland, Ohio and Erie, Pennsylvania.  There's plenty of free parking with speedy shuttles.  

Entry is free, but donations of any size are always appreciated as we are 100% funded by donations.  

Though D-Day Conneaut is a very popular event, Conneaut Township Park has plenty of room to comfortably stroll around and see amazing sites.  Be sure to check out the gallery!  With an estimated reenactor attendance of over 1,400 reenactors from all over the US and Canada, there's little question why D-Day Conneaut has become one of the largest WWII reenactments in the country!