Mansfield Roller Mill is a mill in the downtown area of historic Mansfield, Indiana. There's no fee to get in & as we found out it's only open on the weekends. The nice employees who were grinding corn let us come in & look around.
There's 3 stories, but we were only allowed on the ground floor. The basement area is where the turbines are to grind the cornmeal they sell on site. The gift shop was closed when we were there. There is a port a john for bathroom facilities.
There's also the Mansfield covered bridge, which is only a short walk away. It's on the long side & cars can still drive on it (one at a time). Very scenic & you can get a great photo op of the mill & Big Raccoon Creek.
We were assured by a helpful local that Mansfield was the place to go for the annual covered bridge festival in Park Co, Indiana. I think it's ONE of the places, but I'm sure she wanted us to go there first at festival time.
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