38th Annual Show
Gravely and International Harvester
Although your light no longer burns,
your memory will burn on in our hearts
and minds forever.
We will always miss you...
Enjoy riding the cloudy skyways of heaven
In loving memory of...
Join Us !
As we bring back
Gates Open: 10:00AM
The National Pike Steam, Gas, and Horse Association was created in 1980 by five men, Bob Livingston, Dean Red, Lindsey Gillis, Thomas Weaver, and Ed Neal, who donated five acres of land to begin the show. Dean Red used a dozer of his to make a road into the show grounds, Bob Livingston had a sawmill and several other pieces of machinery that was used for displays and demonstrations. Thomas Weaver’s shingle mill and several tractors also went on display.Ed Neal was in charge of the entartainment at the show. Today the National Pike Steam Gas and Horse Association has grown to over 100 acres and 600 members who dedicate their time and expertise into making the shows happen each and every year.
Dogs are permitted at the
show grounds as long as all
vacinations are up to date, Dogs
must be registered at main office
and must remain on a leash at all
times, you are responsible for your
animals actions at all times.
Thank You, NPSGHA
Hats, Shirts, Calenders, And
items are forsale
at the office
during both shows
Ron Moyer from Penn Print & Graphics