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Grist Mills - Great Smoky Mountains National Park


Four grist mills remain within Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Mingus Mill, a half mile from the Oconaluftee Visitor Center in North Carolina, is the grandest. Park millers still produce cornmeal in the three-story building as they tell stories of old-time mills and millers. Cable Mill in Cades Cove is a classic small mill with its picturesque waterwheel and tree-shaded millrace. It millers, too, grind grain the old-fashioned way. Ogle and Reagan mills, near Gatlinburg, are examples of the little tub mills once built along mountain streams throughout the Smokies.

Cable Mill
Mingus Mill
Ogle Mill
Reagan Mill

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