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SUMMERSVILLE MILL

Rushing water was the power that turned grain into flour and timber into lumber at the many historic mills that you can visit around West Plains. Some mills provide an interpretive history about life in the 1800s, while others simply provide a place to walk, take photos, or just enjoy the beauty and history of the Ozarks.

Historic Mills

Summersville Grist Mill
37.1792267,-91.6538368

  • Began operating in 1886

“The mill dates to 1886, when Jim McCaskill purchased and installed machinery for the mill. The mill produced soft wheat flour and provided a place for farmers to have their wheat ground without having to travel.

The Summersville Mill has undergone a huge restoration in the last few years, thanks to the Revitalization and Action Board of Summersville and the many volunteers from the community who have worked on the project.” ~ visitmo.com

Mill tours are offered by appointment. Email tourism@westplains.gov for more information.

https://www.visitmo.com/things-to-do/summersville-mill/

http://summersvillemill.org/

Summersville Grist Mill Missouri
Summersville Grist Mill Missouri
Summersville Grist Mill Missouri

43 miles From West Plains

Take Highway 63 north toward Willow Springs. Just before Willow Springs, take Highway 60 east toward Mountain View. Stay on Highway 60 for 15 miles then turn left on Highway 17 north. In 13.5 miles, turn right onto Highway 106. In less than a half mile, the mill will be the right.

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Summersville Grist Mill Missouri
Summersville Grist Mill Missouri