38th Steam Threshing Festival

From Friday through Sunday Heritage Park of North Iowa will be hosting all makes and models of garden tractors and the MM Equipment Line. In addition the debut of  the only known survivor of the 10 HP Minneapolis Steam Engine the smallest production Minneapolis engine known to exist.  This three-day event is full of actives for the whole family. Admission is $10 for all three days.

Featured Equipment:

All makes and sizes of Garden Tractors.

MM Equipment line

Debut of the Minneapolis 10HP Steam Engine

Things to See and Do

Heritage Park of North Iowa is home to a very impressive collections of steam traction engines, prairie tractors, threshing machines, crawlers, flywheel engines, row crop tractors and much more. Come and see what all we have. The rotating images above show a small sampling of some sights from previous events, you may click on any image to view a larger image.

Kids activities on Sunday from 11:00 - 3:00 will include assisted horseback rides, kids fun old-fashioned-outdoor games, trolley rides, face painting, find coins in a haystack, make butter, wash clothes on a washboard, beat rugs, and visit the museums in the Pioneer Village.

Golf Carts & UTVs

Golf carts are available for rent. Rental fee is $75 per day. Insurance is included with the rental fee.

To reserve a golf cart for rent and to specify which days you would like them go to https://winnebagohistoricalsocietyiowa.org/  

If you bring your own golf cart or UTV there is no registration fee, but you must follow these rules:

  • All motorized vehicles must be registered and you must show proof of insurance
  • You must be at least 16 years old to operate the vehicle



Carver Creek BluegrassThere will be multiple forms of entertainment available at the Steam Threshing Festival. Be sure check out the Schedule of Events for a full listing of entertainment options. One of these entertainers will be Carver Creek Bluegrass a band of five siblings ranging in age from six to twenty-one from Carver, MN. Carver Creek sings bluegrass, folk, country and old-time music. Instrumentally they use the banjo, guitar, fiddle, penny whistle, ripsaw and cow fiddle. Visit their website for more information on the band.

Another entertainer on hand for the event is Gary Froiland. Gary is a solo musician that combines the 5 string banjo, guitar, bass, harmonica, dobro and fiddle into his programs. You can see an example of Gary's talent with this video.

Barn Dance

There will be a old fashion barn dance on Saturday night starting at 7:00 PM.

Vendor Information

Heritage Park has opportunities for vendors at the annual Steam Threshing Festival. The above link provides full information.

Camping & Hotel Information

Heritage Park has camping available for attendees at the Steam Threshing Festival, there are also various area hotels available. The above link has all of the information.

Exhibitor Information

Have an interesting item you would like to bring to show at the event? Click the above link to get information on bringing your Exhibit.

Hosting Your Clubs Annual Event

Heritage Park also is available for hosting the annual gathering of tractor clubs.

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