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“Great crafters fair”
Review of War Eagle Mill

War Eagle Mill
Ranked #3 of 26 things to do in Rogers
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Our Commitment To You Our flour comes to you the War Eagle way - stone ground slow to preserve all the nutrients and the deep, rich taste. Our farmers are committed to maintaining a natural, organic and Non-GMO environment for growing grain and work hand-in-hand with us to shorten the time between the field, the milling process and your table. Since 1832 to today, we remain committed to you and your family's health. You are our first priority. We provide an array of grains and flours and specialty items. The 2nd floor of the mill is a gift shop and the 3rd floor is our Bean Palace Cafe serving soups, sandwiches and our famous beans and War Eagle Mill cornbread!
Useful Information: Food available for purchase
Reviewed November 5, 2012

We enjoyed attending this crafts fair. Found the tents across the river from the Mill area to be superior. Would return if in that area at the appropriate time! Large variety of food booths with good food. Also noted an ATM machine for those in need. Small parking fee but no entrance fee.

Thank SrTraveler2
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

I've been here many times over the last few years and the scenery on the drive out and when you get there is just beautiful. I enjoy the history of the place, having a good homestyle breakfast (not uber process foods), and being able to buy quality grits from the store. They have to make money to survive and the product is quality whether you are buying from the store or restaurant...so i don't mind paying more to support a local business that serves some local products. It is an old mill that still operates, so don't expect anything super fancy and upkept. The bathrooms are basically campground type outhouses...just be prepared that this isn't your tourist trap destination....it's a piece of community history.

Thank southernfoodiegirl
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Reviewed November 2, 2012

The drive was beautiful with many trees turning in lovely fall colors. We visited here to attend the War Eagle Arts and Crafts Fair. It is always busy but very fun. Several great vendors, unique hand made crafts and beautiful art. I purchased a lovely handmade (in Arkansas) basket at a great price. The food was good. We bought Corn meal at the mill which is the best ever. Corn bread made with this corn meal tastes fresher than any other that I have tasted.

Thank artist-nurse
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Reviewed November 1, 2012

Don't try to get here without an app on your phone. This place is hard to find. The drive there is gorgeous and the setting is unique. We went to the Craft fair on a Sunday morning. It started getting so crowded we had to leave. Be prepared to wait in traffic if you go during the craft fair.

Thank rochelle c
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Reviewed November 1, 2012 via mobile

We drove down from Eureka Springs one morning with a group; the drive down the Pig Trail was exhilarating! The mill itself was quaint and in a beautiful setting, but we were disappointed in the gift shop and restaurant. I think we were expecting more local crafts in the store and better prices. The restaurant, too, was overpriced, with a bowl of beans costing $11.00! The outhouse situation was unexpected, too - all of which contributed to our early departure and search for clean restrooms and a better lunch.
The exterior of the mill itself is interesting; just wish we'd not gone inside!

Thank IslandGirlMaritza
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