Clifton Mill

Everyday in April, I’m going to be sharing different local sights starting with A and then ending with Z.  Actually I’m not sharing on Sundays except for April 30th.

My oldest has told me that I could be a tour guide of our area because I know a lot of places.  So during April, I’m going to share some of those local sights beginning with A and then ending with the letter Z.  I’ll be sharing these sights Monday through Saturday.  On Sundays, I’ll be continuing to share my Disney photos.

So where are these local sights?  They are mostly in the Dayton, Ohio area.  Some of them are in Columbus or the Cincinnati area.


When my friend came to visit me in July, the first place we visited was Clifton Mill in Clifton.  Clifton Mill is located close to John Bryan State Park.

In 1802, Owen Davis opened this mill.  It was a perfect place to put a mill because of the gorge located close by.  Even though there were other mills located within a mile of Clifton Mill, it is the only one still in operation.

Over the next 215 years, it has been owned by a total of four families.  For more on the history of Clifton Mill, click here.

My favorite part of the mill is the Christmas light display.  It is absolutely beautiful.

The Imaginative One’s favorite part of Clifton Mill is the giant pancakes that are the size of your head.  Every year, our church has a breakfast out at the mill and that is what he orders.

Enjoy my photos of Clifton Mill.

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Join me tomorrow when we visit the Yacht and Beach Club in Walt Disney World and then Monday for the free museum that sees thousands of people in a day.

Have a magical day,


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