Reenactment groups who participate in living history events are listed on this page, compiled with help from Robert Buettner, 1st Infantry Division, 16th Infantry Regiment reenactors, and others. You are invited to submit your group for this page.
These links are mostly about reenactment of WW II, but there are a few for WW I and periods after WW II as well. US Civil War or other periods of history are not covered here.
There is also an Olive-Drab.com section of organizations whose members restore and display military vehicles. Be sure to check the section below on Equipment for Reenactors for sources of clothing and gear.
A good web site for reenactors is Reenactor.net, organized by time periods so you can focus on the periods of history for your interests. Another good resource is the Allied Reenactment Forum, covering US, British and Allied forces of WWII and other time periods.
There are many other groups and web sites including the general ones listed
here and the more specific sites in the sections which follow this one.
Tenth Mountain Division. The reenactment group has a permanent site in the Colorado Rocky Mountains which is depicted here along with their many other activities. This group has been in operation for more than 25 years.
The Victory in Europe Re-enactment Association is a well established World War Two Historical Group which carries out static displays,battle re-enactments and living history displays at public shows and private events all over the U.K.
Battle For Europe, UK based re-enactment team specialising in the forces involved in the World War II conflict.
Home Front Friends WW 2 British home front -- historical interactive talks, educational workshops, living history, re-enactment performances and museum interpretation
The Marine Corps Historical Association stages a 1960's immersion encampment created to give civilians the chance to experience what it was like for US Marines receiving their last training prior to being sent to Vietnam. Other USMC reenacting activities in addition.
Fairgrounds and similar locations are often eager to have reenactors participate in events. Reenactors are invited to bring their encampment, vehicles and equipment to the venue, usually with low or no cost. This list has a few examples. In general, if there is an event going on, military or not, you should contact the venue management and may be pleasantly surprised by what they will offer your group.
World War Two Ration Technologies is a company that offers authentic reproductions of the packaging and labels for C rations, K rations and D rations from World War II. This is a service to re-enactors who want to have an experience as close to actual history as possible. In addition to the material on Olive-Drab.com about Combat Rations, MREs, and Food, World War Two Ration Technologies' website has a wealth of information about the rations, how they were made, and how they were used in the field. Another company making rations for re-enactors is ReproRations.
There are many fine websites that have additional information on this
topic, too many to list here and too many to keep up with as they come and go.
Use this Google web search form to get an up to date report of what's out there.
For good results, try entering this: living history or reenactment. Then click the Search button.