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Our Commitment To You Our flour comes to you the War Eagle way - stone ground slow to preserve all the nutrients and the deep, rich taste. Our farmers are committed to maintaining a natural, organic and Non-GMO environment for growing grain and work...more
The mill itself is interesting, but what we experienced on the quiet, not busy day we visited in August was appalling. The restrooms are outside, and they were filthy. No soap, no paper towels, just some hand sanitizer sitting on a grimy sink. It looked...More
We really liked seeing the working mill. The old bridge was interesting. The restaurant was great. Use restrooms first or last. They are basically a fancy outhouse by the parking lot. We didn't realize no indoor restrooms until we hiked up 3 floors to cafe....More
A group of us come to War Eagle yearly and always come away with amazing finds. Food, clothes, jewelry, signs, window frames, you name it, they have it. And our son is always excited with the food I bring home and looks forward to my...More
War Eagle Mill is an interesting place to visit. It is a working mill that mills various grains. You can purchase many different items such as pancake and biscuit mixes as well as jellies and salsas. Make sure to visit the 3rd floor not only...More
Wonderful place to visit! Very Beautiful! Very nice gift shop on the first and second floors. The restaurant on the top floor is absolutely delicious! The best beans and cornbread around! And their cobblers are to die for!
What a great working mill with tons of history. You can let the kids get in the water (its only up to their waist) or fish. There is a little cafe with items using the milled corn - the corn bread was delicious.
There’s is so much to see make sure you have good walking shoes on a lot of the craft are home made and a lot of the venders have been there for years take a look a the map there’s two way in its the...More
While on a motorcycle trip decided to visit this out of way spot. Great views on the way there and some other interesting places near by. Very interesting working mill with several things for purchase that they make. Nice gift shop and the food smelled...More