Brinker's mill, now called "The Old Mill", dates back to the early 1700's.
This working mill, with it's "overshot" waterwheel, was a sophisticated operation for it's time.
It produced various types of flour and livestock feed.
The mill dam is still intact and water-flow is strong enough to still run it.
In 1779, the mill served as a storehouse and advance for the Sullivan expedition.
Open houses are sporadic. Info. is usually posted on bulletin board.
Ivan hit this area pretty hard,as all near water,but renovations are almost complete.
Lower section is one of my favorite fly-fishing areas!
Note: The micro is NOT on/in the mill.
Picnic tables have been added to this quiet little park, so sometimes it can be busy right near GZ.
Rite-in Rain strip. Can be signed when damp...
Thanks to Hamilton Twsp. Supervisors for placement.
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