Hope Mill Conservation Area

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Hope Mill Conservation Area
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ybulk
Dunnville, Canada85 bidrag
aug. 2018 • Familie
Open only on Tuesdays so plan accordingly.

Plan your visit with all ages,(we had ages 2-70) as long as they can do stairs. Arrive and be warmly greeted by the many hard working volunteers. They are very happy to take you on a tour and to help you build your very own birdhouse! This working mill will provide you with great detail and visuals to understand the nature of the trade.

A free activity with plenty of parking that accepts donations.
Skrevet 19. august 2018
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Dave E
Peterborough, Canada55 bidrag
mai 2014 • Par
This conservation area is a relatively small watershead feeding the Hope Saw Mill the water so the mill can do the work it does when running on display. It is a nice open grass area to have a picnic on without a fire but do not anticipate going swimming there as the current can be quite strong and in June of 2014 in another area just like this north of Peterborough a father drowned trying to save his two children when they were in trouble due to the current just up from the dam, the same as this area just up from a dam. This area is better used for a rest area after you have visited Lang Century Village with its' two hundred year old buildings forming a town.
Skrevet 4. juli 2014
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Dave E
Peterborough, Canada55 bidrag
jun. 2012 • Alene
Stay away from the posted no swimming spot as there has been quite a few people loose their lives here by drowning. The mill has been slowly, restored with care by retired volunteers over a period of three years and they feel it when a life is lost here. A local multi national company loaned the use of their equipment to restore the parts needed to get this mill back in working condition. The rural setting ads to the quaintness of the mill plus the holding pond with the sluice way. It is well worth the visit to see one of a very few still working mills in North America.
Skrevet 13. januar 2013
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Kenoryn
Ontario1 bidrag
The mill is a working water-powered mill. You can tour the mill and talk to volunteers who are using the antique equipment and creating things for sale there - proceeds to Hope Mill restoration. You should definitely NOT go swimming there. It is an operational hydroelectric facility and is very dangerous. A young girl died there in 2005. No one should ever swim near working dams.
Skrevet 26. mars 2010
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sublimey_stumbling
Cleveland, OH7 bidrag
This is a very awesome, quaint little place. I go every year and it is the best place to swim if you like swimming in lakes/streams or places with terrain. Although, they post swimming regulations, they are completely ignored by everyone. The waterfalls are great, probably the most fun I have all year. Every year they are different depending on how high the water is or how the logs are placed. Climbing in, on, and under the falls can provide hours of entertainment unlike anything you've done before. The only bad thing is that there are usually a ton of people here during the summer. Not the greatest place for the elderly or small children to swim. Great for wading and playing in the shallow areas though, as long as you don't mind the natural setting. Bring water shoes or old sneakers.
Skrevet 16. januar 2006
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