Haines Mill


Built in 1770, Haines Mill was the producer of flour that was processed by an old-fashioned water-powered mill located just off the banks of the Cedar Creek. It is located in a 37.5 acre park that offers serenity for picture taking, picnics and trout fishing.

Today, the Lehigh County Historical Society offers tours of Haines Mill that will give you a glimpse of the early technology that was used and actually see it action.

Tours of this National Register of Historic Places are free to the public from May - September; Saturdays and Sundays from 1 - 4 p.m.


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