Hulston Mill Park – Greenfield, Missouri
offers camping, riding trails, hiking trails, flush toilets and much more!
The fifty-acre park is packed with things to do from the antique playground equipment for the kids to the rustic amphitheater made of hewn native logs, a covered bridge, antique farm equipment, three historic log cabins (such as the original Dade County Library), and of course; the stately old Hulston Mill which today has been refurbished and is now operable.
There is an equestrian trails system along the shoreline of Stockton Lake. There are some fourteen miles of beautiful scenic trails at the Hulston Mill Conservation Area, which traverse the Sac River and south Stockton Lake shorelines. The trails are rated from moderate to challenging for navigation on horseback.
Whether on visits the park as an equestrian trail rider, history buff, or just one desiring a place to relax and enjoy the wonders of nature in a quiet peaceful setting, Hulston Mill Park provides a wide range of leisurely opportunities.
Take the opportunity to spend some time in the quiet with your family. Let the children play on the antique playground equipment, have a picnic, take a hike on the trails, watch the clouds float by and just relax and enjoy yourselves.
Location: Hulston Mill is located two miles east from State Road EE on County Road 92, two miles North of 160 Highway, seven miles east of Greenfield.