YATES CIDER MILL
1990 Avon Road (Dequindre & 23 Mile Road), Shelby Township, MI.
The mill is located adjacent to Bloomer Park in Rochester Hills and Riverbends Park in Shelby Township, which features fine examples of the ruins of the Clinton-Kalamazoo Canal system. Yates Cider Mill has been in operation since 1863, using water from the Clinton River as its source power.
Phone Contact: (248) 651-8300 | Website
PAINT CREEK CIDER MILL
4480 Orion Road, north of Snell Rd., Oakland Township, MI.
A grist mill was established at the site of Goodison in 1835 by Needham Hemingway. In 1950, the original mill was torn down and the existing cider mill erected. A restaurant was opened in the northern section of the mill in the mid-1980′s, but has since closed. Ownership of the cider mill has been transferred to Oakland Township, which plans to continue operation of the store and use the facility for township and organization offices.
Phone Contact: (248) 656-3400 | Website
This 2,625 acre park, which also includes Camp Rotary, is located along the banks of the North Branch of the Clinton River in Ray Township, in north central Macomb County. Escape the daily grind at Wolcott Mill Metropark where you can visit farm animals, step back in time at a historic grist mill or play 18 holes of golf.
Phone Contact: (586) 749-5997 | Website