Large

Pine Creek Grist Mill

Saves: 4
Check-ins: 0
The mill was first opened in 1848 by Benjamin Nye, one of the first settlers in the area. It was used to mill wheat flour. The structure looks the same as it did in 1920, although it has been restored since then. Nearby are a 19th century one-room school, a log cabin, and pioneer cemetery. On the weekends during the summer you can catch a demonstration of the milling process. Hours are from 12:30 to 4:30 Wednesday through Sunday but call (563) 263-4818 for seasonal hours and updates.