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Pine Creek Grist Mill, Muscatine
(4.9/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Pine Creek Grist Mill was built in 1848 by Benjamin Nye, Muscatine County's first settler. The Mill is located in Wldcat den State Park, along the banks of Pine Creek and 1/2 mile from the Mississippi. It seems to be one of the 2 oldest working grist mills between the Mississippi and the Rockies (still on its original site).
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • It has been too many years since I visited Wild Cat Den State Park and the Grist Mill. It's wonderful to see that the old mill has been restored. 
  • Great little Gem in Iowa - the Pine Creek Grist Mill and Wildcat Den park. Go and learn about the mill and enjoy some hiking and camping a Wildcat Den Park. Great family fun and some wonderful picture...  more »
  • This gem is located in Wildcat Den State Park near Muscatine, IA. Restored 1848 grist mill with machinery and millstones. Great place to explore. 
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  • Great historic site off the beaten path.