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Glade Creek Grist Mill

Glade Creek Grist Mill

Glade Creek Grist Mill / Photo by Scott Tribble

Glade Creek Grist Mill is part of Babcock State Park, and it’s absolutely worth the 30-minute drive from Fayetteville. It’s hard to prove one way or the other, but many claim that this gem is the most photographed mill in the U.S.

Built in 1976, it’s still a working mill. During visitor hours, tour guides walk you through the process of grinding corn into cornmeal.

The overall scene is like a postcard come to life. No wonder that countless couples have taken their wedding photos here, while vacationers have come from all over the world to take in the tranquil scene.

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Thurmond (7.5 miles)
Long Point Trail (8.5 miles)
New River Gorge National Park and Preserve (8.8 miles)
Fayette Station Road (9.6 miles)
New River Gorge Bridge (9.6 miles)
Grandview (12.3 miles)
Mystery Hole (14.5 miles)
Cathedral Falls (17.4 miles)
Kanawha Falls (18.1 miles)
Lost World Caverns (29.1 miles)
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Glade Creek Grist Mill, Park Forest 802
Danese, West Virginia 25831

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