Tractor pulls will resume on
JUNE 13, 2020 at our usual times.
In order to practice social or physical distancing, please:
- Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms’ length) from other people
- Do not gather in groups
- Avoid mass gatherings
Florida Flywheelers Antique Engine Club
The Florida Flywheelers Antique Engine Club is a non-profit organization, founded in 1972, to promote interest in restoring, preserving and exhibiting antique internal combustion engines, steam engines, antique tractors and autos and other labor saving devices from the by-gone years. This was done by members hosting shows at their homes and farms around the state. As interest in the hobby grew some of these shows were held at rental facilities that could handle larger public attendance.
In 1997 it was decided to purchase property in a central location in south Polk County where members could have a show to display their collections to the public without the need to rent facilities. Flywheeler Park has now grown to almost 240 acres and includes a tractor pull track, club and member buildings which house displays, collections and many large engines, and a membership which is over 1,500. With the club putting on 3 shows per year at the park. The Florida Flywheelers are able to educate its members and the general public of the historical, technical, and social contributions and impact of these items of the past. One of the goals of the Florida Flywheelers is to be involved in giving back to the local community with our Christmas in the Village in December and the supporting of the local FFA Tractor Restoration Teams. Our mission is to preserve the past for the future.
The Park is Open to the General Public DURING EVENTS ONLY
FLORIDA FLYWHEELERS ANTIQUE CAR CLUB
The Florida Flywheelers Antique Car Club represents The Florida Flywheelers Antique Engine Club, both inside and outside of Flywheeler Park, for the purpose of promoting the park in a positive manner.
November 14, 2020 and January 16, 2021