Cedar Creek Grist Mill
The George W. Woodham family and A.C. Reid built the Mill from timber cut in Reid’s sawmill, one half mile downstream from the Grist Mill. In 1886, the water wheel was replaced with a turbine to power the milling machinery. The mill provided an important service for farmers and merchants. They were willing to spend a full day traveling to and from the mill to have their grain milled. The mill continues to operate today. Visitors can watch the milling operation and purchase flour.
For more information on the Cedar Creek Grist Mill, please visit their website.
- Listed on the Clark County Heritage Register in 1986.
- Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
Open to public:
Yes, weekends. Visitors can purchase milled flour.