A wonderful example of the 19th century mills that provided cornmeal, grits and flour in early American neighborhoods. A replica/restoration of the 1800’s mill that was nestled on the wooded banks of Golden Creek has always been powered by water. The original mill was built in 1825 as a grist mill, and in 1835 contained a gin and cotton press. The concrete and materials for the impressive old dam were made on the premises. The mill also houses a country store featuring Amish products, and an art, photo and literature museum.