For a perfect getaway in Covered Bridge Country, Wilkins Mill Guesthouse is the answer! The Main Cabin at Wilkins Mill was built in 1828 and also included a livery stable and post office at the then thriving community. In 1853 George Wilkins purchased the mill and operated it until the 1900’s.
Today, Wilkins Mill has something for everyone. Just five minutes from Turkey Run State Park, The Main Cabin sleeps 2-10 guests. The open, lofttype sleeping space that was originally the general store invites friendly conversation and fun.
Visitors can enjoy a roaring fire at an indoor fireplace or outside around a fire pit. There is also a fully equipped kitchen, phone, year-round heat/ AC, a screened porch with a view of the 102’ long 1906 Wilkins Mill covered bridge, a modern bath with shower and whirlpool, satellite, TV, DVD, puzzles, nature books and board games.
Other options for staying here are: The Spring House, built in 1877, with private bath and shower, sleeps two in twin beds.
Hilltop House is a comfortable, two-bedroom home for 6-7 guests right on HYW 41 at Cox Ford Road. It is complete with creekside trails, fenced yard, fire pit and has a dining room and breakfast area. All lodging provides everything you need, including china and silverware or paper products. Guests with motorcycles, motor homes, or RV’s are welcome. There’s a three-stall barn with paddock and tack room available for use. Pets are welcome by prior arrangement.
Wilkins Mill Guesthouse serves as a wonderful getaway destination.
Whether walking down to Sugar Mill Creek to cross the covered bridge, riding or hiking the beautiful trails to see the Great Blue Herons take off, or swimming and fishing at the private beach, time here is well spent and long remembered.
To enjoy all the beauties of nature and this very special place, call Wilkins Mill Guesthouse at 765- 597-2046 or reserve at www.wilkinsmill.com.
Owner Jean Turnmire will speak with you personally to help you plan the perfect vacation in Covered Bridge Country. Open Year Round - from Flight of Eagles in January to the Maple Fair, The County Fair, and the Covered Bridge Festival. Come see us soon!