War Eagle Mill & Bridge

Historical Site

War Eagle Mill & Bridge

Historical Site
11045 War Eagle Road


A visit to the state’s last operating grist mill provides a taste of the pioneering spirit of the 1800s. The mill is home to the Bean Palace Café, an 18-foot waterwheel and beautiful scenery. The War Eagle Bridge, a one-lane steel bridge originally built in 1907, adjoins the mill and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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