The Michigan Flywheelers Museum sits on about 80 acres of land, featuring displays of old machinery, a sawmill, a shingle mill, and a 1920's era replica community complete with a blacksmith, machinery repair shop, church, log cabin, and jail. Also featured is the over 100 year old "Stephenson Barn" which hosts a place to get out of the sun or inclement weather and a small stage for local bands.  Throughout the museum grounds are packed dirt paths which offer many great places to set up and play organs along the side. Overnight lockup and security of organs will not be available.


Many independent food vendors will be set up at the museum serving typical fair food. Due to these vendors not having any association with the museum, food discounts will not be available. Water and snacks will be provided at no cost by the rally host.


Entertainment at the museum includes shingle mill and sawmill demonstrations, equipment parades, tractor pulls, bands, a flea market, and of course the COAA!