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Many years ago we became aware of the Bonneyville Mill when family who live in the area shipped us a sample selection of flour produced at the Mill. This was our first opportunity to visit the source. A beautiful setting and obviously well preserved and...More
The mill is still in operation. The park employee present that day was very friendly and showed us how to produce corn flour. Explanations were very comprehensive. The surroundings are very nice. We bought red wheat and buckwheat flour to do bread and crepes.
My wife loves old mills and waterfalls so made an unscheduled stop here when i saw the signs in Bristol on the way to the turnpike. It was uncrowded and very pretty with the fall colors. The mill is only open during the summer but...More
Lovely trails along the pretty Little Elkhart River with pretty little waterfalls. The mill and gift shop were closed when we visited. It was very quiet, and we only saw one other hiker on the trails. Stayed to the south to avoid the bikers. We...More
Born and raised in this area and have been going here before it was even a park.
Once it was established as a park and the renovations began this timeless gem became the perfect place to visit any time.
My husband and I went here on Fathers Day and it was very pretty. This mill is still in operation and they give demonstrations I believe every hour after they open. There are picnic spots and restrooms available along with a pavilion. Lots of places...More
Bonneyville Mill is a well worth it, off the beaten path destination for travelers who are visiting the nearby Amish Countryside, or passing through on the Indiana Toll Road. This park preserves a beautiful working grist mill, and the remains of one of the earliest...More