There’s A Hike In Indiana That Leads You Straight To An Abandoned Pioneer Mill

The woods of Indiana are filled with some intriguing and ancient wonders you must see. One is an abandoned pioneer mill in North Vernon that dates back to the mid-1800s and which used to cut stone.

Accompanied by a tiny hike, this nature adventure is easy and absolutely breathtaking. Scroll on for all the amazing sights and views you’ll find here.

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The Vinegar Mill at Muscatatuck State Park is located at 325 North State Highway 3 & 7, North Vernon, IN 47265, and you can learn more about it here.

For more historical places, check out these 9 amazing restaurants that are all about Indiana’s past.

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