Opportunities to step back in time are rare and exciting. Dawt Mill is a resort that brings life to a restored circa 1860s grist mill and village. Centered on the roller mill, which ground corn into meal, the small village of Dawt was once a bustling community.
Visitors are treated to the General Store and Post Office (which now serves as a deli), lodging that includes cabins, Cotton Gin Inn, camping, RV and two previous homes of other Dawt Mill owners. These include the original home build by Aid Hodgson, the man who built the Grist Miss at Dawt and the neighboring Hodgson Mill, and the log cabin built by the Dinnell family in the 1960s.
Dawt Mill offers canoeing, kayaking, tubing and rafting on the beautiful North Fork of the White River for a 4-6 hour enjoyable float. Call us for more information.