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Nora Mill Granary, Helen

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Nora Mill Dam is a log dam about one mile or 1.5km south of Helen, Georgia on the Chattahoochee River. The dam was built in 1824, and there is still a working grist mill at the site. The historic Nora Mill Granary was established in 1876, and is operated a business open to the public, selling grits, cornmeal, and other products which it mills in front of customers (though much of it is covered for safety reasons).
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  • On the main road in to Helen, right on the Chattahoochee River. Lots of different milled items to choose from. Some ground right there. We bought several different things to try at home. Out back....  more »
  • Loved being able to but cornmeal and flour directly from the mill. Very nice to relax a little bit at the waterfall behind the mill.  more »
  • Wonderful fully river powered grist mill and general store. A must see in the North North Georgia Mountains powered by the mighty Chattahoochee River
  • They do carbs right. Great little food supplies/souvenair shop to take home alot of the stuff we ate in town. Porridge, yellow and white speckled grits is amazing. Love the little 1lb cotton bags full of mixes, made great gifts.

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