This symbol indicates that the specified area is fully compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG).
At this time, parking is gravel and the mill is accessed over natural turf. A 9.8 percent railed ramp allows access to the front porch and the first floor of the mill.
The first floor is accessible and self guided with interpretive labels. Interpreters are available to provide information and answer questions. A brochure rack is located inside the mill and provides visitors with site and other area attraction information. Souvenirs and books are also available for purchase. Exhibits are freestanding machinery with interpretative signs. Visitors are offered a guided tour of the upper floors of the mill for an admission fee. The tour includes three floors accessed using railed steps. For those who are unable to access the upper floors of the mill, a photo album featuring the equipment on the upper floors is available.
Presently, there are two accessible picnic tables. Picnic sites are accessed over natural turf. The vault toilet is accessible via a concrete ramp and there is an accessible parking space. An accessible drinking fountain is along a concrete path near the parking space and vault toilet.
An gravel path with a 6.5 percent slope leads to the bridge, which has a one-inch threshold. The wooden bridge approaches have up to four-inch discrepancies in height.
Historic Site Office
The site office has level gravel parking with an adjacent concrete path. A railed ramp takes you to the front entrance.
For more information, contact the historic site:
Bollinger Mill State Historic Site
113 Bollinger Mill Road
Burfordville, MO 63739-9051|
Last updated: March 2017