An annual festival of antique farm tractors, lawn & garden tractors, and antique equipment. Antique tractor pulls in all classes up to 7500# and the doodle bugs will be pulling. See antique farm equipment demonstrations, and blacksmith’s at work. Visit the food vendors, craft vendors, and swap meet area. Visit the giant flea market. Kids pedal tractor pulls and games along with a tractor playground. An auction followed by the woman’s skillet toss and men’s hammer toss. Something for everyone.
he Western Montana Antique Power Association will be holding it’s Second Annual Antique Power celebration at the grounds of the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula.
Join the Western Montana Antique Power Association in its display of various gas engines, tractors, and operating crawlers and other pieces from the Museum’s collection. A steam driven sawmill will be operating both days, along with a variety of other agricultural, forestry, and mining equipment.
There are plenty of grassy exhibit areas, and a sand box for those interested in moving dirt around.
The Fourth is in Conjunction with the Historical Museum’s Fourth of July Celebration. There will be food on site both days. On site dry camping is available.
Static displays of tractors/engines in conjunction with the Bloomfield NM Pioneer Days. We will also be offering free hayrides around the park area.
Central Oregon Antique Engine and Tractor Association Annual Show
Engines & Tractors
Car Show Saturday
Tractor Pulls both evenings
Free dry camping
Forklift available Thursday–Sunday
Engine and Tractor displays, Tractor Drive, Tractor Pull, Swap Meet, Kid’s Passport Program, Auction, Food Vendors Dry Camping available
Swap meet, Blacksmiths demonstrations, Kids games, Steam & gas engine displays, vintage cars-fire engines, Kids barrel train rides.
Antique Tractor display & Pull, engine display, hay rides and barrel train for kids
Drive your antique tractor from Savery Wyoming, over the beautiful and picturesque Continental Divide to Encampment Wyoming and back. The trip covers approximately 50 miles each day.