This 61st annual living history festival features working antique steam engines and equipment demonstrations in the 200 acre park. Take a train ride on the Rock River Canonball and watch an operating saw mill and pile driver. Check out the blacksmith shop, woodcarvers, antique cars and trucks, construction equipment display and demonstrations, steam calliope, kids activities and much more. Shop the large flea market and take the opportunity to drive your first tractor, watch the daily Parade of Power at 2pm, and enjoy live music each evening. This year features Allis Chalmers and Fairbanks Morse engines. Concessions available. Use entrance on Hwy M, just off Hwy 51.