Western Michigan Old Engine Club
Annual Old Engine Club Show
Held the first weekend of August at Scottville's Riverside Park, the Old Engine Club Show has been an annual event for 45 years. It's so popular that many of the participants bring their tractors over on the S.S. Badger carferry to Ludington and caravan the back roads to Scottville.
Refreshments and food are available. Admission is Adults $6, Kids 12 & under free. Thursday is Senior Day, 65 & older $5. Gates open Thursday, Friday & Saturday from 9am-6pm, Sunday from 9am-2pm with limited show and displays.
Saturday is Kids Day from 10am-4pm featuring a Garden Tractor Pull for Kids 8-15, along with a Pedal Tractor Pull, Valve Cover Racers, Scavenger Hunt and Bird House Building.
Old Engine Club Show Attractions & Exhibits
- Stationary Gasoline Engines
- American LeFrance Fire Truck
- Kahlenberg Engine
- Shingle Mill & Branding
- Threshing and Baling
- Antique Tractors
- Corn Shelling & Grinding
- Franklin Engine
- Dowel Machine
- Machine Shop
- A Working Saw Mill with Buzz Saw, Drag Saw and Planer
- and Much More!
For more information, see www.oldengineclub.org.
2019 Schedule of Events:
27 - Garden Tractor Pulls, 10am & 1pm.
18 - Garden Tractor Pulls, 10am & 1pm.
24&25 - Annual Swap Meet, 9am-5pm.
15 - Antique Tractor Pull, 10am.
29 - Garden Tractor Pulls, 10am & 1pm.
13 - Antique Tractor Pull, 10am.
20 - Garden Tractor Pulls, 10am & 1pm.
1-4 - Annual Old Engine & Tractor Show.
4 - Antique Tractor Pull, 10am.
8 – Garden tractor transfer sled pull at Western Michigan Fair Grounds, 7pm.
24 – Garden tractor transfer sled pull at Oceana County Fair Grounds, 12pm.
7 - Antique Tractor Pull, 10am.
14 - Garden Tractor Pulls, 10am & 1pm.
18 – WMOEC Education Day.
5 - Garden Tractor Pulls, 10am & 1pm.
12 - Antique Tractor Pull, 10am.
The Western Michigan Old Engine Club was formed on February 10, 1974 in Riverton Township. Located between Scottville and Ludington, MI, 21 people gathered for the first meeting.
Members of the club are interested in restoring and running old gas hit and miss engines, steam engines, or other antique equipment. Originally, the collection was exhibited at the Fred Donohue's farm south of Ludington. When the collection became too large for the farm it was moved to Mason County's Historic White Pine Village.
Riverside Park in Scottville, Michigan. A pavilion was built at this location and the club hosts its annual show on the first Friday, Saturday, and Sunday of August.