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This was my first time at this "pioneer days" festival. We were going to meet my son & daughter-in-law at the festival, but we could not reach them--we could not get cell phone service at this location. It was a nice location, good food, lots...More
Before heading out to visit Algonquin Mills, I verified the hours of operation so that we were sure to have the best experience. According to Ohio.org, the hours are Thursday, 9:00 - 3:00. Also, based on reviews that I read on Trip Advisor, Thursday seemed...More
Very interesting and well worth the time. Thursdays are work days and the folks were friendly and helpful to the utmost. Old farm equipment, old grist mill (still functional). Take a trip back to a slower pace--great fun.
This festival is held the 1st full weekend of October each year. The central theme centers on the historical steam powered flouring mill that is still in use today. There are many displays featuring late 19th to early 20th century machines and tools.
For an annual experience this is fantastic. Algonquin Mill is a complex of preserved buildings and a working steam grist mill. Owned and operated by the Carroll County Historical Society, a group of very dedicated and hard working volunteers.
The complex boasts a restored train...More
The Algonquin Mill festival is held in October for three days. Admission was eight dollars per vehicle. We visited the festival on Friday and it wasn't that crowded. One of the workers said that Friday is the least busy, so if you don't like crowds...More
This is a great place to visit especially when they are have the festival. During the festival they have a steam sawmill set up and plenty of booths to get a taste of the local food. The mill itself is interesting and shows how it...More