Dade County Historical Society’s

Hulston Mill Historical Park

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Hulston Mill Heritage Festival 50th Anniversary – June 22, 2019

On June 22, 2019 the Hulston Mill Heritage Festival will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the relocation and restoration of the mill.  Everyone is welcome!  Click on photo for more details.  For more information, contact Kent Parrish at 417-872-9029 or gkp1955@yahoo.com.

Hulston Mill Heritage Festival 50th Anniversary


Camping- 20,30 (120V), or 50 Amp (220 Volt)  electric or primitive sites with fire ring and picnic table, shower house and playground.  Electricity stays on, but water is shut off during winter.


Civil War Days-June 8th-9th

  Visit:  2016 Civil War Days

Battle Reenactments, Living History Exhibits,  Period Crafts and Lifestyle Demonstrations.


Bois d’Arc Primitive Skills & Knap-In

September 27th-28th, 29th 2019

2015 BDR flyer

Bois D'arc event  100_2257


Flintknappers                                                                          Workshops




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Hulston Mill Historical Park

50 acres of Peaceful Beauty

Whether you stay for the day or the week-

Whether you are camping, hiking, horseback riding, or just having a picnic,

Hulston Mill Park  between Greenfield and Everton, Mo is the perfect place

to unwind and relax with friends and family.


Rent the Mill Yard for  your special event,

wedding, or reunion.

 Check our calendar for availability.

*Important Special Note*

Hulston Mill Park is NOT part of the state or federal parks system.  Both the park and historical society are funded entirely by donations, camping fees, sales from merchandise, and special events.  The park is owned and managed by the Dade County Historical Society, which is currently operating from a handful of dedicated, non-paid volunteers.

Your generous donations are needed and greatly appreciated.

Donate today to help keep and preserve this special piece of history for future generations.