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Arcadia Mill Archaeological Site

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Arcadia Mill Archaeological Site in Milton, Florida, represents the first and largest 19th century water-powered industrial complex in northwest Florida.

Trail information:
  • Trail 1.3-mile loop, grounds open sunrise to sunset includes boardwalk and off-road terrain. Grounds open sunrise to sunset.
  • Moderate skill level.
  • Interpretive signs for trees & plants to enhance your self-guided tour.
  • Visitor center open Tues. thru Sat. 10 am – 4 pm.
  • Functions as an archaeological site that is interpreted for the public through indoor and outdoor exhibits and archaeological remains visible throughout the site.

Facility Info

Guests of all ages will learn about how native plants were used in the past on the Florida’s Flora tour! This ticketed tour lasts approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour and takes place along the boardwalk and nature trails. Trail appropriate attire, bug spray, and sunscreen are recommended. Tickets can be purchased… Read More...

Arcadia Mill will host a free Kids Craft on Saturday, April 27 from 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Children will make a coffee filter Earth painting while learning about Earth Day. All materials will be provided. Each activity is estimated to be completed in 30 minutes. All participants must be accompanied by a parent, legal… Read More...

  • Recurring monthly on the 2nd Saturday until August 10, 2019

Guests of all ages will learn about how native plants were used in the past on the Florida’s Flora tour! This ticketed tour lasts approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour and takes place along the boardwalk and nature trails. Trail appropriate attire, bug spray, and sunscreen are recommended. Tickets can be purchased… Read More...

Join us for the second annual Hush Arbor public program that explores African-American religion and resistance during the antebellum period. In partnership with the Florida Public Archaeology Network, this program will include period music and stories from local experts, all framed by a traditional hush arbor. This… Read More...