The weather forecast claimed our chilly weather and rainy days would take a break, so Trey and I hopped in the car and drove northwest to Hamburg State Park. This small park’s main attraction is its restored 1921 water powered grist mill. Every other weekend, they still run the mill to grind corn which is then sold in the park store.
We were the only people to visit the park all day and the ranger was nice enough to open the museum and give us a private tour. Then Trey and I had some P&J sandwiches by the playground before taking a 2 mile hike through the woods around Hamburg lake.