Oklahoma Steam Threshing & Gas Engine Show

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Oklahoma Steam Threshing & Gas Engine Show Steam Engine Park
401 E Beck Dr
Pawnee, OK 74058

Phone: 918-762-2105
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Come step back in time at the 48th Annual Oklahoma Steam Threshing and Gas Engine Association Show.  This year, check out the featured John Deere tractor as well as the one half scale model of a 65 horsepower Case featured steam engine.


As always, there will be from 15 to 20 steam traction engines (steam tractors) operating various “era correct” machines. Another popular display is our steam powered saw mill that operates almost nonstop during show hours. The newest display is a 1920s rock crusher that is powered by a large, gasoline fueled stationary engine.  There is an operating blacksmith shop as well as an early twentieth century machine shop.  Both have machinery that is driven by flat belts.   There will be tons of gasoline powered tractors from the very early 1900s through the mid-1960s.  A flea market, arts and crafts area and a hobby-related swap meet area is also located on-site. The excitement doesn’t stop at dusk.  In the evening hours the steam engines put on a spark show, blowing burning cinders 50 to 60 feet into the air.  There is always a free cornbread and bean supper for vendors and exhibitors on Thursday evening.

Come step back in time at the 48th Annual Oklahoma Steam Threshing and Gas Engine Association Show.  This year, check out the featured John Deere tractor as well as the one half scale model of a 65 horsepower Case featured steam engine.


As always, there will be from 15 to 20 steam traction engines (steam tractors) operating various “era correct” machines. Another popular display is our steam powered saw mill that operates almost nonstop during show hours. The newest display is a 1920s rock crusher that is powered by a large, gasoline fueled stationary engine.  There is an operating blacksmith shop as well as an early twentieth century machine shop.  Both have machinery that is driven by flat belts.   There will be tons of gasoline powered tractors from the very early 1900s through the mid-1960s.  A flea market, arts and crafts area and a hobby-related swap meet area is also located on-site. The excitement doesn’t stop at dusk.  In the evening hours the steam engines put on a spark show, blowing burning cinders 50 to 60 feet into the air.  There is always a free cornbread and bean supper for vendors and exhibitors on Thursday evening.


Camping (for exhibitors) is available on the grounds. Hookups are $10 per night for water and electric and $5 for primitive. There is a dump station on the grounds. Non-exhibitor camping is available a short distance away at Pawnee Lake, also for a fee. Note that 50 amp hookups are available only at the lake.


This event will be held rain or shine, and there are plenty of indoor exhibitors.

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  • Projected Attendance: 10,000

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Open

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Friday

8:00 am

5:00 pm

Saturday

8:00 am

5:00 pm

Adults: $8 per day

3-day pass: $12

Children 12 & under: Free

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

From Hwy 412, take Hwy 18. Travel north to Hwy 18 & Hwy 64 intersection in Pawnee. Go north approx. 1 mile to Beck Dr, then east to Steam Engine Park.

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Brenda Bays




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From owner on 03/25/14

Message from Ed Dearman regarding a food vendor space. We will need an addresss or phone number so we can get in contact with him Thanks!


From TravelOK.com Staff on 03/25/14

Ed, please use the contact information above to get in touch with the event coordinators, and they will be able to give you information about becoming a vendor at the show. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Ed Dearman on 03/24/14

I was wondering if you were still accepting applications for food vendors. I would be selling snow cones funnel cakes fried Oreos. Hot dogs


From Scott MIller on 03/04/14

I would like food vendor information please, I would be doig Indian tacos, thank you P.O Box 232 Red Rock, Oklahoma 74651


From Michaelann Berger on 03/02/14

This is something to see for all ages. I never get tired of walking around next to these old dinosaurs puffing away as they perform their demonstrations. It is a marvel of ingenuity and is truly a magnificent site to see!


From Carol Crellin on 05/01/13

We went last year and found the show to be outstanding! Educational,entertaining and fun for all ages.you and your children will see past history in action. Bless the people who work hard to keep this era alive!


 
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