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Pine Creek Grist Mill, Muscatine

#25 of 38 in Historic Sites in Iowa
Historic Site Tourist Spot
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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  • We go here during the spring, summer and fall to hike the trails. This is a great place to have family, graduate or wedding pictures taken.  more »
  • The original detail kept by reproducing or fixing is unbelievable for this working mill. The dedication by the committee throughout the years has given Iowa an authentic look back at Iowa History. The...  more »
  • The grist mill is an interesting place and the working water wheel is great. Lots of walking trails and picnic spots. Trails are varied from easy flat trails to straight up.  more »
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  • Beautiful location and very well maintained mill.
  • Great historic site off the beaten path.