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This 1872 water-powered gristmill, which is 12 miiles north of Medford, is listed in the National Historic Register and still produces whole-grain food products, which you can buy at the country store here. There's also a modest display of antiques.
In nearby Eagle Point, you can visit one of Oregon's only operating water-powered flour mills. The Butte Creek Mill was built in 1873, and its millstones are still grinding out flour. After looking around at the workings of the mill, you can stop in at the mill store and buy a bag of flour or cornmeal. Also on this same block is the Eagle Point Museum, 301 N. Royal Ave. (tel. 541/826-4166),...
I shop there every time I'm in town! Its wonderful!
This place is truly amazing! twice when I was there taking pictures for my photography business I ran into people who a...re from out-of-town and had come quite a distance to see this landmark. They both had been referred by other people from out of town. I was thinking to this little place the Tinytown of Eaglepoint? everything about it is beautiful and wonderful the employees or owners I'm...
Butte Creek Mill can be found at N Royal Ave 402. The following is offered: Grocery Stores. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Eagle Point there are 3 other Grocery Stores. An overview can be found here.
Built in 1872, and still completely water-powered, the Butte Creek Mill is one of Southern Oregon’s favorite destinations, as people come to take home the wholegrain goodness of the Mill's flours and mixes, along with a whole lot of history.
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