The original mill was built in the 1700s and was used to to grind corn. Later, the onsite mill used to generate electricity for the town of Trenton . Today, the picturesque mill house is located on 132 acres of pond, which winds back into areas with abundant wildlife and indigenous plants. The grounds are open at all times to those who want to stop by and take a walk or get a picture of the cypress trees hanging full of moss and the geese swimming on the pond. Enjoy a stroll along the boardwalk or try your luck on the fishing pier.
The mill house is only open during the Jones County Heritage Festival on the third Saturday in September.