Knight's Ferry
March 19 & 20, 2022

The Knight's Ferry Bridge is a historic covered bridge spanning the Stanislaus River at Knights Ferry, California. Built in 1863, it is the longest covered bridge in the United States, and one of the best-preserved 19th-century wood-iron Howe truss bridges to survive. It was designated a U.S. Nation

Other Details:

PARKING: Various lots around the event. Cost to park TBD.

SOUND LEVEL: LOUD! Canons and Rifles make a good amount of noise.

KIDS: Welcome. May want to bring ear plugs/muffs to dampen noise.

FACILITIES: Flush bathrooms and porta-potties

COST: Donation based

ACCESSIBILITY: Prepare to climb a small hill to get the best viewing area of the battlefield. The two camps are a small distance apart but require traversing various ramps/stairs. 

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Dogs are allowed. BUT must be under strict control at all times. Dogs do NOT do well to canon blasts. Picnic areas throughout the park.

For more information, contact Colonel Joshua Chiulli