Antique Tractor Show

The Carroll County Antique Tractor & Machinery Club generally has a gathering at Adams Mill one weekend late in May. There is food and entertainment as well as a great collection of antique equipment that was used in this area when the Mill was open for business!

Celebrate the Wildcat at Adams Mill!

June 13, 2020, 10 am - 4 pm

This annual event is co-sponsored by Adams Mill, Wildcat Guardians, NICHES Land Trust, and Promoting Wildcat Valley. Free escorted canoe rides around the Oxbow at Adams Mill are featured. Food, and drinks, including desserts prepared by the Cutler Church ladies, will be available for sale. Creekside critter identification for kids is a popular feature! Free Mill tours and educational displays and demonstrations about the Wildcat Valley and its natural resources are included.

Community Worship Service at Adams Mill

July 19, 2020

Each year a community-wide interdenominational outdoor service is held at the Mill. The service will be at 10 am, followed by a carry-in picnic lunch. Bring chairs, table service, and a covered dish. Rain location is the Cutler Presbyterian Church. Everyone is invited!

Haunted Adams Mill

Each year around Halloween, the Mill is decorated and becomes a haunted, scary place. Dates are usually four weekend eventings plus Halloween evening. Hundreds of visitors come from near and far to be scared! Tours through the ghostly Mill and grounds reveal many spine-tingling experiences. $6 adults; $4 children ages 4-12; under 4, free.

Outside, tractor-drawn hayrides take visitors through the haunted forest.

Warm drinks and other treats are also available.

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