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The Old Mill, built in 1933 for the movie “Gone With the Wind”, is the only structure remaining from the movie. But this description does not address the sheer beauty of the Old Mill. The foliage is full of flowering shrubs and plants. Yet the...More
This is a fee stop that is a must. So well maintained and a great photo op. I the water features and plants and bridges are so well done. What a beautiful place to reflect on the good things. Pics are worth 1000 words.
When I come into town, this is one of my first stops. This place scenery is unbelievable, from the ponds, wood figures, water, it is amazing. A place to enjoy with family or friends. You can fish, relax, enjoy the scenery, look at the view!
This is one of the nicest places in North Little Rock. My husband and I have been and my family too. It is a beautiful place. And It’s free to the public. It’s historical too. You see a lot of couples here. Through out the...More
The old mill is nestled in a verdant glen. No admission charge. Several unusual small bridges and take you across the creek to the mill. From turtles sunning themselves, to beautiful flowers and trees, to the mill itself...all so beautiful. Many photo ops if you...More
The old mill is history in North Little Rock and used in the beginning scene of “Gone with the wind” my daughter is the 4th generation that we show her and it’s free with restrooms and a water fountain on site. Great to check out...More