This event is not possible without our generous sponsors and tireless
help from our staff and volunteers. Thank you one and all!
D-Day Conneaut DVD Available!
Watch our teaser below.
D-Day Conneaut Needs You!
Help keep history alive by supporting D-Day Conneaut. With nearly
25,000 visitors last year, it's a great opportunity
to showcase your organization to thousands of
potential customers. Best of all, your support will
ensure that the stories of
these brave people and this event continues
on for generations to come.
Leave your mark on history by joining the
D-Day Honor Roll.
Back the Attack or become a volunteer. How will
you answer the call? See a complete list of
again Inland manufacturing has stepped up with a
fantastic raffle with 100% of the profits going to
support D-Day Conneaut. This years raffle is for an
M37 Trench Shotgun. One grand prize winner and 10
runner ups will be drawn. Runner ups will receive
some great D-Day merchandise. For more info and to
purchase tickets, click here.
AMBOY Rifle Club Raffle
Amboy Rifle club will be raffling off an authentic
30 caliber M1 Garand Rifle. 50% of sales will go
towards supporting D-Day. Tickets are just $10
each. For tickets, call:
Tim Starkey @
Scott Sutch @ 440-228-8086.
For the first time in our history, there we will be
adding additional living history activities to our
Thursday afternoon schedule.
Stay tuned for more
information. Visit the schedule page in late spring
for an updated 2017 schedule.
to D-Day Conneaut.
D-Day Conneaut is fast becoming America's premier
living history event by being the most realistic
and educational annual reenactment of D-Day - June 6th, 1944.
Since 1999, this annual recreation of the amphibious Allied landings upon the beaches of Normandy, France, has thrilled
thousands of spectators. The event occurs within the
beautifully kept grounds of Conneaut Township Park, Conneaut,
Ohio, and assembles over 1,200 re-enactors from across the
United States and Canada. Remarkably, the 250 yard long
beach and sloping adjacent terrain closely resemble Omaha
Beach in Normandy, France.