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Spring Mill State Park, Mitchell

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State Park
Spring Mill State Park offers a powerful illustration of the link between the natural and cultural worlds. The water flowing from several cave springs led to the founding of an industrial village in the early 1800s. Pioneer entrepreneurs took advantage of a constant water source that never froze, using it to power several gristmills, a wool mill, a saw mill, and a distillery. In turn, pioneer settlers shaped the landscape around the village, clearing land for agriculture and timber.

Visitors have an opportunity to hike on any of the Parks eight graveled hiking trails or bike on the 2 mile mountain bike trail.

Spring Mill has 187 Electric/water camp sites and 36 primitive sites available that visitors can reserve. The park also has Spring Mill Inn with comfortable rooms, an indoor-outdoor pool for inn guests and a restaurant that is open to all.

Picnicking, hay rides, a nature center and an Olympic sized swimming pool are also available.

All park facilities have seasonal operations so be sure to contact the park for current operating hours.
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  • A very nice place to get away from the city life. We stayed at the inn and walked the trails over a 3 day period. The trails are nice and we saw people with kayaks in the lake. We were able to go near...  more »
  • Have loved Spring Mill due to the unique combination of caves and the village. Some of the stairs and rails appear to be on their last legs and near rotted out...hope they fix soon. Camped in the prim...  more »
  • Our first visit in 15 years. This park is a unique and beautiful place. We enjoyed the Virgil I. Grissom Museum and the Pioneer Village. The park should please nature lovers and, history buffs alike. ...  more »