The Spencerville Mill is an architectural focal point and historic gem in the community of Spencerville. Its story began in 1812, and since then, it has changed hands many times, survived two devastating fires, and has always played a crucial role in the community—from its beginnings as a flour and grist mill, to a feed mill that produced Canada’s first commercial livestock feed for local farmers and feed stores throughout South Eastern Ontario, to a unique venue that presents educational, cultural, historical, and recreational activities and programs.
The Spencerville Mill is the last surviving mill on the South Nation River. Through the hard work, dedication, and support of volunteers, community organizations, local businesses, and funding agencies, The Spencerville Mill has not only survived the centuries; it is thriving, alive with celebrations in the gardens, shows by local musicians and artisans, displays and exhibits, and community gatherings.
11 Water Street, Spencerville, Ontario.