Ontario’s Historic Watermill Has Apple Cider Donuts & Scenic Fall Trails
Step back in time at this heart-warming spot!
The time for fall adventures is here and Ontario is bursting with places to explore this season. From pumpkin patches to golden corn mazes, you can immerse yourself in so much harvest splendour. This historic venue makes for the coziest autumn trip, and it's the perfect place to go on an adventure this season. Ontario's Tyrone Mills is a little fall paradise.
Hidden away in Bowmanville, you can find a watermill brimming with charm.
Tyrone Mills is a working, water-powered mill that was built back in 1846.
For over a century, the venue has produced goods such as flour, lumber, and apple cider.
Open year-round, the mill has lots to offer during every season. The fall is an especially magical time to visit this spot, as it transforms into a wonderland.
You can enjoy all sorts of baked goods from the mill that will warm your heart.
The freshare a must-try, and you can bite into them as you take in the old-time charm.
Bottles of cider will soon be available for purchase too, and the warm version will be offered later in the season.
The venue is home to a woodworking shop, blacksmith shop, and wood-fired Quebec pizza oven made of clay and straw.
After getting your donut fill, you can enjoy theby strolling along the property trails.
A serene pond offers the perfect place for a walk, and you can soak up the views from the boardwalk path outside of the.
For more heart-warming, stop by these to fill up on steaming lattes.
Address: 2656 Concession Rd. 7, Bowmanville, ON
Why You Need To Go: Get your fill of the season at this heart-warming mill serving fresh apple cider donuts.
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