The objective of the Muskoka Pioneer Power Association is to
bring those people together that are interested in antique internal
combustion engines, steam engines, antique automobiles, farm
tractors, models and allied farm and forest equipment. We exchange
information and provide assistance regarding the preservation and
operation of historically valuable machinery.
We host a General Meeting on the 4th Tuesday of every month
(excluding July & Dec) at 7:30pm at Lions Hall, 325 Fraserburg Rd.,
Bracebridge. Everyone is welcome (including non-members) to
come out a hear what we're all about!
website highlights the history and heritage preserved by the
Association and it's members. As well, you can find valuable
information regarding upcoming events, such as our annual show (just
click on EVENTS in the left hand menu).
Founded in February of 1984 by a membership of only 23, the
Muskoka Pioneer Power Association has grown into an organization
which in 2004 (our 20th anniversary) numbered around 200. The first
show in 1985 had about 100 exhibits on the grounds, now we have up
to 300 and are growing every year!