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Oct. 16-17
Drake Harbor - Warsaw
181 W. Harrison St.
Warsaw, Missouri

200+ handmade crafters, direct sale vendors, hunting and fishing section, 3D archery tournament, festival food and much more!

October 16-17
Harry S Truman Visitor Center / Pioneer Village
29027 Visitor Center Road
Warsaw, Missouri

Kaysinger Bluff Pioneer Heritage Days (KBPHA) is an all volunteer organization promoting the history of the ozarks highland region, hosting Pioneer Heritage Days at the Harry S. Truman Visitors Center.   
KBPHA has more than 100 unique pioneer crafts. We have quilters, spinners, weavers, lye soap making, log hewing, operating sorghum mill, grist mill and too many to mention!

KBPHA's Pioneer Heritage Days has an attendance rate averaging 7,000. Due to the influx of people for the two days, vehicles are parked below Truman Dam at the East Bledsoe Ferry Park. From there a wristband is purchased, adults, $7; ages 6-12, $4; 5 and under, free. This wristband is good for both days and take you to Pioneer Heritage Days at the Truman Visitors Center and Drake Harbor for the modern crafts ran by the Chamber. We also sell wristbands at Drake Harbor to ride the bus.  

Riding the bus is not free and we don't allow pets at Pioneer Heritage Days due to the buses. 

Adults, $7; ages 6-12, $4; age 5 and under, free.


Check website for details
181 W. Harrison St.
Warsaw, MO 65355

Additional Information

Smoking Policy
Smoking Allowed Outdoors Only
Pet Policy
Pets On Leash Allowed
Cost Of Admission
Free Admission