Fort Henry Buckskinners is a family oriented, non-profit club located in eastern Idaho. The committed, unique, like-minded people of Fort Henry Buckskinners consider each other family. It's the stories and charisma of each individual that makes this group so uplifting. By striving to learn and improve in such activities as, historical crafting, primitive fire starting, black powder gun shooting, knife and tomahawk throwing, traditional archery and other historical activities our Members are afforded the opportunity to learn and share with others the lifestyle of the pre1840's Rocky Mountain fur trade era.
Our Members are located in and around Southeast Idaho and surrounding areas. We love welcoming new members and families into our group!
Our Jr. Rendezvous is an educational program that has come to be well-known and loved by upper elementary students across southern Idaho. We strive to create an atmosphere where the students of today could have a chance to see the forgotten heroes of the past.
Our Annual Rendezvous, held during the first full week of June each year, near Ashton Idaho, is open to anyone interested in watching or participating. Rendezvous is an opportunity to leave behind modern concerns and to experience a lifestyle of those who came before us.