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Harvesting the Past, Planting the Future!
SEE US JULY 8-10, 2022 at the beautiful Lake County Fairgrounds
Future Feature Tractors
2022 John Deere/Minneapolis Moline
2023 International Harvester
Antique Tractors, Farm Tools, and Implements
Steam Traction Engines
Tractor Dynamometer Testing - Free
Sawmill & Shingle Mill
Antique Gas Engines
Corn Shelling & Grinding
Wheat Threshing & Baling
Working Blacksmith, s
Horse Shoeing (Sat. & Sun)
Lionel Model Trains
Chain Saw Carving
Antique Garden Tractors
Donation - $5.00 per person
Children under 15 - FREE with paid adult
Gates Open : 9:00am
Opening Ceremonies - 9:00am
Operational Exhibits & Activities 10:00am - 7pm
At the 38th Annual Vintage Tractor and Farm Festival
Held at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Crown Point, Indiana
(Scheduled times subject to change without notice)
Pop Up Artisan Market
Bags Tournament Friday Night
Regional Streeters Hot Rod Cars
2021 Sponsorship Raffle Winners
Butchers Block Cert- Cindy Fort
Fairth Quilt-Denise Gates
Fox Farm cert-Debra
Bath Set- Casinina Belinski
Blue Blanket-Mark Poya
Crocheted Blanket-Carrie Brurauer
Cow Tails-Teresa Melcack
Egg apron and Kregals cert-Pam Novak
Aurelios cert-Sherri Martin
Franks BBQ cert-Brian Savage
Steamwhistle cert-Raymond Ferry
Springrun Farm Cert-Judy Katz
Blacksmith Doorbell and Hand made wagon-Charlotte Melcher
Handmade Quilt Raffle winner
Baby Afghan winner
Pop Up Artisan Market
Food & Refreshments
Horse Drawn Equipment Display
Kiddie Tractor Pull ( Sat. & Sun. - 12:00pm)
Kiddie Tractor "Train" Ride
What are the show hours?
Opening Ceremonies are at 9 each morning. Friday and Saturday it goes until 9pm, Sunday until about 4pm
Is there a cost to get in?
It is $5 per person, aged 15 and up. Children are free under 15.
Can I bring a golf cart?
Yes, there is a policy under the documents tab. Please see the registration desk when you come in to the festival.
Is there an ATM on the festival grounds?
No, not at this time. Please bring cash with you, there is limited cell service so many vendors only take cash.
What is there for kids to do?
We have a kiddie barrel ride, bounce houses, a kiddie tractor pull, Pony Rides, a Huge model railroad setup and of course just learning about farming history.
What gate do I use to come in?
Please use gate 1, at the corner of Greenwood and Court street. If you are bringing equipment or are a vendor please use gate 6, the north west gate on Greenwood Ave.