About, “Glade Creek Grist Mill at Babcock State Park.”
• The Mill is a replica of the Cooper’s Mill that once set where the park office and parking lot is today.
• Was completed in 1976 by combining three other mills.
• The main structural components came from Stoney Creek Grist Mill in Pocahontas County.
• Stoney Creek Grist Mill dates back to the 1890s.
• The Water Wheel came from Spring Run Grist Mill in Grant County.
• Other various parts came from the Roaring Creek Grist Mill near Seneca Rocks.
• The Mill is a working Grist Mill.
• During the operational season, you can purchase cornmeal and buckwheat flour made by the Mill.
• The Mill is one of the most photographed landmarks in WV.
• There is WebCam available so you can check out the Mill any time at https://wvstateparks.com/park/babcock-state-park/.
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