A wonderful outdoor experience with fresh Indiana air! Surrounded by rolling woods &
cornfields with a beautiful creek winding through the middle of the encampment.
Engage your senses
at KohKohMah! See the French &
Indian War battles, Listen to
History of Howard County, Taste great Foods,
Smell the campfires and cooking aroma's as you stroll about the
grounds & Hear the melodies of 18th century music from
Bands, Strolling Fiddle Players, Native flutes & drums to Fife & Drum Corps as they march about the grounds!
Music-Music-Music lots of Music at KohKohMah!
Great to have Mark Hufford and his team of powerful Oxen!
Come out and hear his presentation on Saturday at 1:30PM and random demonstrations on the parade field!
French & British Military Re-enactors are a huge part of KohKohMah!
Battle Field & Parade Field Pictures!
A Tribute to the Eastern Woodland Natives at KohKohMah!
Native Drum and Dance Circle north of log cabin was a huge hit!
Eastern Woodland Native Village at KohKohMah!
This original Log Cabin built in 1854 will be transformed
into an Art/Artifact Gallery in 2021.
Meet Kevin Walden and his 17th & 18th Century Powder
Horn Collection !
KohKohMah has over 1,000 re-enactors.
"Family Fun & Educational!"
The woods are full
of 1700's camps including the finest native village east of the Mississippi and also merchants, demonstrators, blanket traders & military camps.
"It has been said KohKohMah is the Super Bowl of Re-Enactments"
your appetite to KohKohMah and enjoy great food at reasonable prices!
10 Miles West of Kokomo, Indiana
(Sorry No Pets Allowed)
Adults $8.00 ~ Senior Citizens & Students $6.00
Children 5 and under
Our Youngest Re-enactors Whom We Treasure at KohKohMah!
KohKohMah is family friendly where Kids can have Fun! Check out the Kid
Things to Do Page!
...............Tracking the Legend of Koh-Koh-Mah............... Track the Legend thru Art with Joe Cross and Al Conner at the Log Cabin daily as they Portray Chief KohKohMah &
See Schedule page for times!
Ida Gordon's conception of Chief Kokomo in 1959.Click the picture to find this photo in the Howard County
Historical Society Associated Records.
|Artist - Ida Gordon
This picture was used on a Post Card in 1979 with a written story of the Chief's life. It was also used
as advertisement for the Kokomo Rubber Company. Click the image to link to Howard County Historical Society Associated Records.
After a conversation and tip from Dave Foster, a famous Cheyenne Indian Chief's name came into the Legend
search. F.A.Rinehart photographed the Chief in 1898. Click the image to link to Wikpedia.
|Chief Wolf Robe
|Photographer - Frank Rinehart
In 2005 Patty Host painted a picture of Joe Cross posing as Chief Koh-Koh-Mah influenced by paintings
from George Winter while observing the Potawatomi and Miami Indians. Click the picture for a Tippecanoe County Historical
Society link to George Winters art.
|Artist - Patty Host
To order a print and learn why David Foster selected Marcia K. Moore to reconstuct the Legendary Ma-Ko-Ko-Mo
select the picture and link to Marcia's website.
|Artist - Marcia K. Moore
Koh Koh Mah is a "juried event." If you are a guest, please visit our site wearing
modern clothing!! Thank you.