Historic Oak View Group Programs

School group seated listening to a program in the historic Cotton Gin House

Group programs are programs requested and scheduled for particular school or user groups.  You can learn more about the types of group programs and field trips offered by this park site below.

About our Programs

Historic Oak View County Park offers educational programming for visitors to learn about the daily lives of 19th and 20th century farmers.

Historic Oak View County Park’s educational programming offers opportunities for students to learn about our state's diverse agrarian past. Through hands-on activities and engaging and interactive presentations, your students will leave Oak View with a deeper understanding of the lives of people, free and enslaved, landowner and landless, who lived and worked at Oak View before and after the Civil War.

Reservations are required in advance for any staff-led program. There are no fees for group programs. We offer different programs for elementary schools, homeschool/daycare/track-out groups, as well as older students and adult visitors. All educational programs are for 10 or more students. Descriptions of our program offerings can be found below.

Elementary Schools

Currently our indoor programs and tours are on hold. Please check back soon for more information about field trip availability and scheduling.

Check out our virtual field trip offerings!

Small Groups, Homeschools, Daycares, Track Out Camps and Scout Troops

Currently our indoor programs and tours are on hold. Please check back soon for more information about field trip availability and scheduling.

Check out our virtual field trip offerings!

Middle School, High School and Adult Groups

Currently our indoor programs and tours are on hold. Please check back soon for more information about field trip availability and scheduling.