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Burfordville - Bollinger Mill State Historic Site

113 Bollinger Mill Road

Travel back to simpler days when business in Missouri was about the rushing of a stream over a dam and bridges were covered. Visitors to Bollinger Mill State Historic Site can watch corn being ground into meal at the massive four-story mill that dates to the Civil War era and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Or they can stroll through the Burfordville Covered Bridge, one of just four covered bridges that remain in Missouri. The site’s rustic setting offers ample picnicking and exploration opportunities along the Whitewater River.



Sunday, March 4, 2018
Awesome place! Plan to spend a few hours there with your whole family. Bring your lunch - they have a nice picnic area!

Kyle Dugger

Friday, Dec. 29, 2017
Great mill to visit. The current mill was built in 1867 and is the third to occupy this site. The original mill was built in 1800. Most of the original equipment has been removed except for the turbines and a set of 42” mill stones. There are several good examples of elevators, augers, rollers mills, and other equipment on display. The mill is no longer operated due to flood damage to the foundation. The foundation of the mill is directly in the water with the turbines located under the building. There is a covered bridge next the mill above the mill dam that is in great shape. The mill and bridge are very worthy of photographs.

paul perdue

Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018
It was flooded when I visited but I've been there at other times and it's a really beautiful stop

Paul Trankle

Thursday, March 8, 2018
Although the building was not open the day I stopped by, but the scenery, the history, and the structures were still awesome!

Donna Killian

Saturday, Dec. 23, 2017
I love seeing historic places. A trip back in time, beautiful scenery, toured the mill walked across the bridge. Hope to go back.

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