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This area has built up since I was last there 15-20 yrs ago. We spent time walking along the canal, the historic center and the mill itself. Enjoyed seeing the boat-Volunteer-being pulled through the canal and into the locks while it toured the canal. Adequate...More
There is the canal, the Maumee River (adjacent), Isaac Ludwig Mill, and a canal boat. There is a functioning canal lock. A great place for the whole family. The kids (and adults) will learn a lot. Period costumed docents tell the story of the area....More
We walked along the canal and the river. It was clean and well maintained. Took some time to sit on one of the benches and watch the world go by. Granddaughter found at large turtle that really amazed her. River was moving fast due to...More
Unfortunately the Mill was not open, but the small museum was...but not all that interesting. The hike offers paths on either along the river or canal banks and has an easy grade. It was beautiful in Oct.
I really think they should put this mill&ride ''out there'' more. I am a canal buff&have looked on many sites.never saw this. Been to other canal,lock, sites& mills.This mill is definately one of a kind, with it's combination electric,water&steam capabilities.The ride was nice,interesting manual locks...More
We love the canal ride! We do this at least once every summer. The boat ride is informal but packed with information from the past. The people play their roles well and really know the history of the area. The boat is partially pulled by...More