Nice partially wooded 40 acre site (Sportsman's Park) behind the Charles City VFW -
1505 N. Grand (link to Mapquest Map)
A two to three hundred re-enactors from all over the Midwest (Clann Tartan, Native American, French-and-Indian, Civil War, New Ulm Battery, WW2 Germans, WW2 Russians, and WW2 Allied, and Vietnam.)
Lots of visitors.
We had tours of William and Juliana's tent, fiber working, medieval medicine information, campfire cooking, A&S displays, and combat demonstrations. (The trebuchet stayed home this year due to concerns about the muddy conditions.)
Student Day (Friday) had hundreds of students, 5th grade and up (although a few schools cancelled because of bad flooding at home).
Antonia prepared stone soup for Friday night accompanied by breads made by Antonia, Rhiannon, Padraig and Sofya. (Sofya's bread was made on-site over the campfire.)
Period food samples were set out for Saturday - anise biscuit bread, pfefferneusse, shrewsbury cakes, campfire wheat bread, raspberry and strawberry sekanjabin. Lots of people asked for recipes - especially for the biscuit bread and sekanjabin.
There was a "thank-you" Hog Roast for all the re-enactors on Saturday night. (There was a soup supper provided for us on Friday night, too, but we had our own soup.)
Various groups used the battlefield on Saturday for larger maneuvers, culminated by the impromptu skirmishes between groups and eras at dusk on Saturday night.