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It was a dreary, chilly morning so no crowd affording us a private tour. There is so much history here and you get a real feel for what life was like in the day. Being a private tour, we got an interesting insight into the...More
This was my second visit here for a retreat. Know before hand that most of the sleeping quarters are spartan. That being said, these quarters and the rest of the campus are well maintained and very clean.
The staff are exceptionally friendly and helpful. Not...More
Lewis county messed up when they sold this to WVU they don’t allow many public functions here and you can’t even grill a hamburger anymore. The pool is never open to the public hardly ever and they soak any organization that is willing to pay...More
My teenage granddaughter and I were out for the day sightseeing and stopped by here since we were in the area. We took the tour and were pleasantly surprised. We watched a blacksmith at work who was very friendly and informative. We also watched the...More
Jackson's Mill is now a 4H camp but they do have an area of historical buildings and a very inexpensive tour of the buildings and area. The tours are only given on the weekends and special event times and we lucked out by being there...More
I visited WVU Jackson's Mill Farmstead because of its connection to Thomas J. 'Stonewall' Jackson. The Farmstead is now a 4H place. Upon arrival there was a large Boy Scout event taking place. I drove around the property taking in the beautiful landscape. I visited...More
I enjoyed seeing the homestead where General Thomas (Stonewall) Jackson grew up. I loved hearing the history that one will only get by going to the actual site. But more than that, I enjoyed seeing with my own eyes, the places where Stonewall Jackson once...More
Jacksons mill being a tradiitonal spot and boyhood home of generall Stonewall Jackson is a very majestic place, now the state boys state and four H camp it's not like it used to be but has the old buildings and a lot of history there.
I can not answer this question, Jackson's Mill will have to be contacted directly for this information, I am sure there will be contact information on their site.If they do not list their hours of operation as well as days... More
I can not answer this question, Jackson's Mill will have to be contacted directly for this information, I am sure there will be contact information on their site.If they do not list their hours of operation as well as days within their site their should a a contact us tab.