Osceola Mill

The Osceola Mill is a three and a half story stone and frame mill seated on the Pequea Creek in Paradise Township. The mill is located between the Newport Road and the town of Vintage on the Lincoln Highway. Currently the mill is in good condition and is being used as a home and studio. The nearby miller’s house operates as the Osceola Mill House Bed and Breakfast. (https://www.osceolamillhouse.com)

1756Samuel Patterson
1758Jacob & Elizabeth Ludwig
1783George & Catherine (Ludwig) Eckert
1807George Eckert, Jr.
1829George Lewis Eckert
1868Rebuilt by Israel Rohrer
1874Martin Rohrer
Named the mill “Osceola”
1879Moses Snavely
1903Jesse C. Snavely
1917Converted to electricity
1967Richard & Dolores Hackenberger
1981Charles Shoemaker
Structure3.5 Story Stone / Frame
Water SourcePequea Creek
Headrace1,000 ft
Tailrace80 ft
Power2 Turbines

The mill is located at 315 Osceola Mill Road, Paradise, PA.