Wagaman Mill, also known as the Old Mill, was constructed in 1848. It has been used as a saw mill, carding mill, flour mill, feed mill, and as a generating station for electricity.Complete interior restoration and interior interpretation of the wheel house has been done, and is available for public viewing during the summer months. A picnic shelter and foot bridge across the North Skunk River are found on this historic site, and allows the visitor to enjoy the mill exterior and dam on the North Skunk River when the mill is not open for visitors. The mill is open each Sunday, Memorial Day to Labor Day from 1:00-4:00 p.m., or private tours can be arranged by contacting Katie Cantu. Wagaman Mill is part of the Silos and Smokestacks National Heritage Area.
The mill is located on the north edge of Lynnville. To get to Lynnville, take exit 179 off I-80 and travel south on T-38.