D-Day Conneaut returns

Join us, rain or shine, as we pull out all the stops!

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), 5 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 1400 reenactors from all over the US and Canada, there's little question why D-Day Conneaut has become the one of the largest WWII reenactment in the country.

Viewing the Battles

Viewing space for the battles is limited. Please help us make the most out of our space by following these guidelines so everyone can enjoy the event. If you choose to bring a blanket or chair for seating.... We ask that those wishing to sit at ground level be given priority for the first 20' closest to the rope lines. No Pop-up Tents or Umbrellas during the battle. Those wishing to use chairs should set up 20' from the rope lines so as to not obscure the view of those sitting at ground level. Those visitors wishing to stand for the demonstration should allow those with chairs and blankets places closer to the rope line so they can also see the recreated battle or demonstration. If you select a sitting location, please remain seated as much as possible during the program so as to not block the view of others.

Schedule of Events

The 2018 schedule is available below for reference. The official schedule for 2019 will be finalized in late spring. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back from time to time to see additions or cancelations.

Official Schedule of Events

Last updated May 8th, 2017.
Schedule of events are updated In May each year. Current listing is presented to give you an idea of what to expect.


There will be no shuttle service on Thursday. Parking is available on side streets around the park.
Click the times below to show/hide event details.


12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

Friday

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
+

D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

Saturday

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

2:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-5:00 PM
Camps open to public.
Location: Entire Park
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Join us for the Thursday opening of D-Day Conneaut.

12:00-12:30 PM
Rangers on D-Day
Location: PIR Headquarters - England
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.

12:00-12:30 PM
German Equipment and Weapons
Location: German Camp - Occupied France
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D-Day ConneautIn the early hours of June 6th, 1944 Allied men from the 2nd and 5th Rangers were tasked with what was thought to be one of the most difficult tasks of the day: assault on the heavily fortified Pointe Du Hoc by scaling a nearly 100 foot shier cliff. The Pointe lay some 4 miles west of Omaha Beach, giving German artillery a catastrophic vantage point to repel the men and machines landing. Due to delays, the 2nd Ranges landed without the 5th who were diverted to Omaha beach and proved instrumental in breaking open the beach. The Rangers job: Scale the 100 foot cliff, defeat the troops, and destroy the artillery before it had the chance to decimate the landing force. What the Rangers didn't know is that the Germans had removed the guns weeks ago due to Allied bombing and replaced them with dummy guns. Join us as we recount the courageous actions and learn the story of these brave men.