Tour this stunning 1824 grist mill that stands 90 feet above the gorge of Hocking River Falls. It was one of a dozen mills in the area powered by the Hocking River. The mill was in operation until about 1905. It then sat, quiet, and fell into disrepair. It was restored to working order in 2017 when it roared to life and milled grain again for the first time in over 100 years!
Also on site is the iconic Rock Mill Covered Bridge, constructed in 1901. It may be the smallest bridge in the county but it is the most well-known. Be sure to bring your camera!
Grinding Demonstrations *
Demonstrations will be held only on the following dates (the last Sunday of the month), from 1:00-3:00 p.m.
√ May 27
√ June 24
√ July 29
√ August 26
√ September 30
√ October 28
*Note: The dates of demonstrations are subject to change based on weather conditions that effect the Hocking Rover. There needs to be enough water flowing to operate the mill. Before traveling long distances to view the mill in action, you should call 740 681-7249, check this calendar for updates, or visit us on Facebook.
Specialty mill-themed items are available in the gift shop, note cards with five scenes of the mill and area, mugs, aprons, prints for framing, more.