You Can Still Visit 200-Year-Old Fidler’s Mill In West Virginia, A Testament To An Older, Simpler Time

West Virginia’s hillsides and hollers are filled with the rich heritage of the generations of lives lived within them, and many historic old buildings still stand in testament to those men and women who have come before, in what many now see as an older, simpler time. One such building is Fidler’s Mill in Arlington, near Buckhannon in Upsher County, West Virginia.

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The address for the mill is 6612 Heaston Ridge Road in Rock Cave, West Virginia. To learn more, visit the Fidler’s Mill Facebook Page.

Did you know about Fidler’s Mill? Have you visited it before? If you love historical buildings like this one, be sure to visit Cook’s Old Mill in Monroe County as well!

Address: 6612 Heaston Ridge Rd, Rock Cave, WV 26234, USA