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Heard about this Mill in some info left where we are staying. Thought we'd check it out. Worth it! Free. Nature walk. Historical buildings. Downside it's only "running" on the third Saturday of the month. We were still able to roam around and check everything...More
We stopped on a weekday on the fall, so the mill wasn't running and no interactive tours. However, we found this to be an educational as well as an enjoyable stop. It doesn't take a long time to tour the mill site, yet the time...More
This is just a bit of history (water-driven mill, country store and surroundings) that has miraculously survived (essentially unspoiled) into the present. No rides, no thrills, no hype--just a sense of space and time that rewards whatever commitment you can make to it. Go; leave...More
This is a beautiful place for families and couples to go get pictures done and to walk around. I love history and it has it here. You can learn about the Native Americans that lived in the area which is awesome and they have bluegrass...More
We have enjoyed attending the Indian display and dances for many years. Love the Mill and the history. So much information. Please update the website...latest date is Sept...would like to be able to see a calendar of events by the month and future months. Thank...More
On a beautiful Saturday we were taking back roads to Tablerock Park, just enjoying the countryside. We passed a pasture full of cars and a brown attraction sign that aid Hagood Mill. We hung a U-turn to see what was going on. A working water...More
We throughly enjoyed our visit! There are so many buildings to explore and the petroglyph museum was such a great bonus. We spent over an hour on the grounds. The grounds are wheelchair accessible with a few difficult spots to maneuver.
The mill is of historical interest and fun to see in operation. The people who are there will explain how a Grist Mill works and you can see it in operation. For anyone that enjoys grits, the fresh milled white grits are outstanding. Consider making...More
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There is a solid dirt path that runs the length of the grounds, parts may be bumpy. One side is a small hill--opposite the mill and wheel. Of course the nature trails are packed dirt paths. Getting to the mill and water... More
There is a solid dirt path that runs the length of the grounds, parts may be bumpy. One side is a small hill--opposite the mill and wheel. Of course the nature trails are packed dirt paths. Getting to the mill and water wheel is along the solid dirt path and it is a pretty area, with grass, trees and the water wheel.