Wolf Creek Pine Run Grist Mill, Loudonville, Ohio, Loudonville

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Who We Are: Wolf Creek Grist Mill Historic Park & Museum is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration & preservation of historic buildings.

What We Do: We restore & preserve historic buildings that were in danger of being lost forever due to neglect, collapse, or demolition. To make that possible, we also fundraise via special events (like Oktoberfest & Winefest!), grants, corporate support, and individual donations.

Why We Do It: The buildings at Wolf Creek Grist Mill Historic Park & Museum are examples of structures that at one time were common place, but are now increasingly rare. With this part of our collective history vanishing, our organization is dedicated to preserving these rare cultural artifacts so they can be passed down for the enjoyment and education of future generations. #ThisPlaceMatters
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  • Ed & Laverne Pennel brought this mill up from the South. I saw it relocated in the 70s. I am glad to see it reliving the days. I have not been to it since the 70s. 
    Ed & Laverne Pennel brought this mill up from the South. I saw it relocated in the 70s. I am glad to see it reliving the days. I have not been to it since the 70s.  more »
  • Very interesting story behind the mill and building on the property. Opened for the 2021 season on May 21. 
    Very interesting story behind the mill and building on the property. Opened for the 2021 season on May 21.  more »
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  • Went there with my Wife and our friends while we were on our camping trip this past weekend. Got some decent pictures of inside the Museum as well as outside. It's definitely worth the trip for a summer exploration. Very, Very, awesome. I also felt bad didn't have any cash for donations. Recommend to at least have some cash to donate when you visit.
  • Really nice working Gris Mill. I have been down here a lot and never noticed it before. Everything is very well preserved and it is a really cool place to stop and visit. Small snack shack on site and a few cabins dating to the 1800's. Good Place for kids of all ages.

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