Old Mill has been called the most picturesque spot in North Little Rock. The actual mill, which operated in the 1800s, ... More
Old Mill has been called the most picturesque spot in North Little Rock. The actual mill, which operated in the 1800s, provided the background for the opening scenes of 'Gone With the Wind'. Today, visitors can explore the inside of the mill or sit on the surrounding mushroom-shaped benches and watch the waterwheel churn. In the spring and early summer, flowers decorate the banks of the pond. You can take in the scenery while enjoying lunch at one of the numerous picnic tables.
i grew up in N.L.R. AR. the old mill is a very pretty place to see. spring, summer,fall, and winter. the town nice to drive though [ by the way my spelling is not the best. please forgive me.] there's a spot off crucher street behine some house's at the cricle, it over looks the river & little rock,it will take your breath away. i whish i could tell every body all the things that i know about my home town but it would take a while. my name is Ronald Wayne Koser my great great grand father was William Marra frist mayor of North Little ROCK
It's a small but very beautiful, quiet and peaceful park set back in a middle class neighborhood. Everytime I go back something new has been added. Nice place to go strolling, have a romantic picnic or even a Wedding. Only downside is there are no bathrooms on the premises.
Make cooking fun with beautiful cast iron skillets, colorful toaster covers and cookie cutters in a variety of shapes. The
Old Kitchen Store, with its bright and cheery atmosphere, sells hard to find kitchen items such as the Munsey ...
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