Summersville Mill

Often overshadowed by its location just a few miles west of Alley Spring Mill, this mill still has much of its original equipment.

It was restored to its former glory as the centerpiece of a city park and has been used for a variety of events. This mill was powered by a steam engine that used water from the nearby pond.

During its busiest period it ran 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The mill dates to 1886 and was one of several built by the McCaskill family.

Summersville Mill is located in Summersville, Missouri in Texas County near the headwater of the National Scenic Riverways at the corner of highway 106 and Elm street on the east side of town. If you continue on highway 106 east for 13 miles, Alley Spring Mill is on the left before you get into the town of Eminence.