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Mingus Mill, Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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  • It is worth a quick stop. It is not far off the main road and a short walk from the parking lot. It served as something fun for the kids to look at on a day that both mom and day were not feeling that...  more »
  • We walked to the cemetery from the 1800s. It is about 2.5 miles steady up the hill from the parking lot and a nice hike through the woods. We found it fascinating to see a cemetery in the middle of th...  more »
  • Came up on this while in the area during the winter season. Loved seeing this and will come back during the summer months. Worth the stop.  more »
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  • What a fantastic place to stop as you drive through the Smokey Mountains! It was mid October when we went through so the leaves had started to change color. This attraction is 100% free and well worth the stop.
  • Old Mill. Might be interesting for people who like antique setup
  • The mill is great and shows how technology worked. It can be crowded on a summer weekend, but it is worth a visit. There are nice trails to walk in the area and plenty of places to photograph.
  • Really cool to see an operating mill. Employee there was great at answering questions, and recommending other things in the area
  • Great place to visit to see how corn meal was processed many years ago.