This Landmark Grist Mill in Coldwater was constructed in 1833-34 for the Ojibwa natives who had been settled on 3969 hectares (9800 acres) between the Coldwater River and the Narrows at Orillia, on the western side of Lake Couchiching. It is a special piece of history for the village of Coldwater and is a beautiful site to see. The surrounding grounds with the river flowing by are a fantastic area for local events and a great area to gather.

Plan a visit to the Grist Mill to learn more about its history, tour the inside including  a local art gallery and craft shop located inside and include a lunch or dinner at the attached Mill St Bistro.

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