Southeast Old Threshers Reunion





The LARGEST Antique Tractor and Engine Show in the Southeastern US!

Home of the Handy Dandy Railroad!

July 1nd – 5th 2025

* Bring Cash on the off chance our card readers don’t work. Our ATM’s are on site in the General store and behind the Information Tower.

There will also be a Scooter rental on property if you need one! – Rent A Ride: 336-287-7715

Tractor Ride Information Click HERE

Photo Credit "Lori Lanier Photography"

Photo Credit “Lori Lanier Photography”

Special Events Daily Including: (subject to change without notice)

  • Opening Ceremonies– In the Music Hall, July
  • Southeast Old Threshers Queen Pageant -First day of the show at 7:30 (July 1st)
  • Musical Performances Daily – See entertainment schedule below
  • Tractor pulls: – Stock pull: July  on new track  Super Pull: July  on new track
  • Lawnmower pull – July 
  • Horse Pull – July
  • Tractor Ride  – June 30th at 9:00am
  • Child’s & Adult Pedal Pull – July  @ 10am in the pit
  • Live Auctions– *Consignment auction July 5th @10-4pm   *Tractor Ride Auction: July
  • Train Rides  – Daily from 10am-5pm
  • Petting Zoo and Pony Rides
  • Tractor Games- July
  • Decorated Golf Cart Parade (on the 4th)
  • Helicopter Rides: located at the main entrance by the goose pond.
  • Night Train – July 5th after fireworks
  • Fireworks– July 5th @ 9:30pm




Daily Adult- $18.00

Daily Children Under 12- $6.00

Daily Children Under 5- FREE

Gates Open at 8am and close at 8pm

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We have Trams available for everyone.




(Non-Vendors) ALL for sale items MUST be entered into the auction held on July 6th. No for sale signs are Permitted!


The Antique Consignment Auction is held by Rogers Auctioneers

It will be located behind the antique cars section of the park.
People will come down the service entrance, 1266 Cranford Rd, to drop off their consignment for the auction.
After you unload your trailer the parking is located in the field across from Loflin fabrication. (marked on map)
We will have the gate open beside the Antique cars (the old entrance to the corn maze) for people to go in and out of the auction area to the show area (must be wearing their armband). This will draw more attention to the antique vehicle section of the event and provide more space for the auction!
The Antique Consignment Auction is held by Rogers Auction.
They start taking consignments from July 1st through July 4th from 10am – 4pm!
The Auction will be Saturday July 5th at 9am.

**For any Auction questions go to or call 919-545-041




July 2nd:

July 3rd:

July 4th:

July 5th:

July 6th:

Fireworks– July 5th at 9:30pm

Firework Sponsors:





Golf Carts:

  • For this event onlyOnly Campers and Exhibitors are allowed to bring their golf carts and register them for the event! General public will not be allowed to bring one into the park. We also won’t be renting golf carts at the park.
  • Golf carts are required to be registered by showing drivers license and proof of $50,000 in liability insurance.
  • Your name must match the name on the insurance policy (either as the main driver or as user).
  • There is a fee per event registration fee or pay  for multiple events for the current year.
  • Golf Carts will not be allowed on tractor road from 8:00 until 5:00 pm REGARDLESS of handicapped status. Handicapped visitors are allowed to have a pcv, electric scooter or wheelchair at any time and registration is not required.

Camping Rates:

(prices are subject to increase by 2026, a notice will be sent out a year in advance if it does)

*All Reservations Must be Made for at Least 5 nights (event’s duration)*

30 amp site (includes water hookup)- $225.00 (five nights) any additional nights are $45/per night

50 amp site (includes water hookup)- $250.00 (five nights) any additional nights are $50/per night

Primitive Camping (no electric or water hookups)- $15/per night

Click HERE to see camping rules!! Arriving campers will NOT be allowed inside park after dark.

* If you Camped last year your Deadline for renewing is set at January 31st and if you miss the deadline your spot is then released to those on the waiting list!

* We accept rollovers for certain situations, however we only allow 2 rollovers! After that your spot is released and no refund is given! Rollovers to the next year are allowed up to 1 week prior to the event, After that its considered as a no show.

*Cancellation fee – $50.          NO SHOWS =  NO refund = Spot released!       

Please Note

Please print off and Mail in application with a form of payment. If you don’t wish to mail, you can Email us the camping form with a card number or include your phone number to pay over the phone.

** When you are at the ticket gate upon check in, you will be given a form for next years show.
Make sure when you’re renewing for next years event that you please have the form turned in before you leave show grounds with payment; if you wish to save the same spot you have been given.


PRINT Camping Application PRINT Vendor Application EXHIBITOR RULES



About The Event

The Southeast Old Threshers Reunion Is the Heart of the Denton FarmPark. The Threshers Reunion is what started this Family owned park back in 1970. Check out the History of how we got started on our History page.

It is held every year on the week of the 4th of July. When you come to this event it’s like stepping back in history. You see old buildings and equipment that’s all running like it did back in its prime. Our buildings like the Plantation, trampling barn, General store with post office attached in the back, shoe shop, gas station, train station, Church, the radio museum, and a few others are restored and brought in from Jackson Hill and the Gristmill was moved here from Gastonia. The other buildings were built here. You can go inside all the buildings and see what it used to look like and you can even buy an old fashioned coke from the general store.

There are cowboys that ride the train to keep the people ”safe” but a bad group of bandits stop the train and try to steal its money and rob the people, but the cowboys don’t even let them on the train.  The cowboys jump off and try to put a stop to the bandits, but the bandits don’t go down without a fight. There is a “shootout” right there beside the train and the cowboys win and get back on the train to safely get the people back to the station without any other holdups. And you can see this show every Hour on the hour.

After the Train ride you can see the parade of power that happens everyday at 4:00 in the center of the park. The parade of power is for tractors and lawnmowers only. We lead the parade with our Steam Tractors and everyone who exhibits a tractor or lawn mower is allowed to jump right in and show off what they brought to the event. We will announce what the tractor or mower is and the name of who owns is to the crowd as they slowly pass by. We well also have a Decorated Golf cart Parade, with our campers and exhibitors, following the Parade of power only on the 4th of July. So make sure those golf carts are well decorated in that red white and blue!

Everyday at certain times we have demonstrations all around the park on how things work. The demonstrations include: The sawmill, Corlis engine, Thrashing, bailing & corn shilling with horsepower, machine shop operation, horses on treadmill, Veneer mill, thrashing with steam, steam shovel & steam crane in pit, shingle mill, wood splitter & rock crusher, border collie herding sheep and more. This event is a great learning experience and fun for the entire family. 

Join us for a week of family-friendly fun and entertainment as we celebrate our Annual Event! See thousands of antique tractors, engines, and cars on display! Watch live farming and antique machinery demonstrations! Visit the Heritage Craft Barn for live artistry demonstrations, and shop our NEW Handy Dandy Gift Shop for handmade crafts and gifts! Take a ride on the Handy Dandy Railroad through the park, or get a view from above while taking a helicopter ride! Hundreds of vendors, Southern cooking, and camping available on site!

Tepee located at the plantation

The Denton FarmPark thrives on teaching American History of the old ways no matter what state or what year. The FarmPark family is so excited to welcome Tom Tucker to our special event and we have learned a lot about his ancestors’ way of life. Here is what Tom has to say; ” I am descended from the Piegan clan of the indigenous Blackfoot peoples of northern Montana and of the Canadian Provence of Alberta , I display a typical plains style family tipi and camp. I will be making ‘spirit feathers’ , for the ‘young ones’ , telling the story of the feather , displaying a traditional decorated buffalo skull , a full buffalo hide , and various items of my personal collection of daily items in native life , and challenging the ‘young ones’ in life lessons and education of native culture. I will be actually using ‘buffalo chips’ in my fire to cook my meals .”