Hark back to the olden days of Missouri country life where everything was simpler and laidback. You can relive these days at the Bollinger Mill State Historic Site in the town of Burfordville, Missouri. Established in 1967, this park contains a historic mill and covered bridge constructed before the Civil War. The whole site was listed to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970.
The park offers a perfect place for family picnics, biking, and nature watching.
The park also offers a tour of the mill, where visitors can see corn being ground in the mill using a process that has been used since the mill first operated. Built in 1797, the four-storey mill also houses a small exhibit about the history of milling. Visitors can also take a walk on the historic Burfordville covered bridge, the oldest among only four surviving covered bridges in Missouri. Other park attractions include folk music festivals and fishing in the Whitewater River.
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