Stover Myers Park History
The Origins of the Park
The Mill and the 26 acre site was purchased by the County in 1967. Restoration of the Mill occurred in 1970 and again in 1976, directed by David Driscoll with consultations by the head miller of Phillipsburg Manor, NY. In 1978 the Mill was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Using a modern motor the interior workings of the mill have been reconstructed to allow for grinding demonstration.
The Stover-Myers Mill It is located on the Tohickon Creek on Dark Hollow Road in Bedminster Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The mill currently resides in a 26-acre park that is open to the public with access to the Tohickon creek and picnic areas. While the park is open, currently the Mill and its outbuildings are closed for restoration.