The Butte Creek Mill is currently not open but are rebuilding after a devastating fire on Christmas morning in 2015.
Located along North Royal Avenue in the Eagle Point Historic District. Established in 1872, the Mill was the only water-powered grist mill still operating west of the Mississippi River. The Mill was a step back in time with sights, sounds, and smells of old-time western and southern Oregon history. The high quality products produced by the mill adorned the shelves of many specialty shops and distribution points across the country. The water turbine churned with the force of Little Butte Creek water. The creek bisecting the city is one of the most prolific fish spawning (Coho, Chinook Salmon, and Steel Head) streams in southern Oregon.