Monday, April 30, 2012

Tyrone Mills

Andy | Monday, April 30, 2012 | Best Blogger Tips

According to the Clarington Visitors Guide it's one of Canada’s oldest operating water powered mills still employing methods and machinery of the last century. They produce lumber, specialty millwork, and stone ground flour. Cider, doughnuts (yummy), honey, preserves, apple butter, Empire cheese, baked goods and stone ground flour available year round. Antique Wood-working Shop on second floor. OPEN MONDAY TO SATURDAY 9 AM-6 PM SUNDAY 12 PM - 5 PM Located in Tyrone, 13 km North of Hwy. 401 at Liberty St., (Exit 432) Bowmanville.


  1. In other words, you highly recommend a visit?!

    1. Yes I do. The bake goods are delicious. It's a little bit hidden off the main road. Click on the location link in the post footer for directions.

  2. I'm not a donut fan but theirs are pretty good. I spend a lot of time in Bowmanville and we've found ourselves in their shop a couple of times. A return visit might be in order soon. Thanks a LOT! ;)

  3. Stone ground flour, doughnuts, honey, apple butter? You have convinced me!


  4. I'll have to check this place out. I don't believe I've ever been to Tyrone Mills.

  5. Very cute!
    Have you ever been to Hope Mill? It's also an old lumber mill still in operation. It's up around Peterborough somewhere. We took my MiL there last summer and she enjoyed it. They didn't have baked goods though! ;)

  6. What a wonderful place! I'm going to have to check it out online and bookmark the page.


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