Springville Antique Tractor Show Brings Social Distance Fun

(SPRINGVILLE) – The annual Springville Tractor Show started Friday, with local residents supporting in the upkeep of the Springville Park.

Kenny Martin stands in front of his tractor Friday night.

The upkeep of the park takes support to keep the mowing done in the summers, and to keep shelter house, and other facilities maintained.

Participants of the tractor pull gave donations to help the park. They came to test the power of their tractors and enjoy an evening of fun.

Brett Baker and Howard Thompson talk prior to the tractor pull.

People of all ages took part in the events Friday evening. On Saturday, morning organizers plan to play some tractor games.

Kids have fun Friday night at Springville Park
This was one of many ways to social distance at Springville’s Tractor Pull.

Springville Park was established in 2004, with the community working to provide a place for people of all ages to exercise, enjoy family fun with the playground equipment, and use the horseshoe pits.

Cheyenne Bell has fun Friday night at the Springville Antique Tractor Show.

The community is proud of their park, and takes pride in what this small community is able to do.