The Village of Millwood is a tight-knit community located in south Clarke County. The village came into existence from the founding of the Burwell-Morgan Mill operating over 150 years. as one of the largest merchant mills in the Shenandoah Valley.
During it's time of operation, the mill ground corn, wheat and other grain into meal for the area farmers. It's popularity, attracted new businesses including a wagon maker, cobbler, tavern, blacksmith, general store and a tailor.
Today, the village is owned by Clarke County County Historical Association and the Burwell-Morgan Museum is a working mill museum often visited for the "Art at the Mill" shows. The "Art at the Mill" show makes the necessary repairs for the working mill possible.
Visitors may also enjoy the mill's lovely park and surrounding 4 acres, where one can sit at picnic tables in the meadow while listening to the sound of the mill race trickling through the weeping willows.
Get to know the area...
Clarke County is a unique place for commuters. Some ambitious individuals make the trek all the way into Fairfax and Loudoun Counties. Others travel just across the borders of West Virginia, Maryland, or into Winchester. Depending on where you’re going, traffic can either be perfection or a nightmare. Whatever the case may be, we have some resources that will hopefully make your commuting experience a little bit easier.
Geostat Commute Times in Berryville
New to the D.C. Area: What You Need to Know to Get Around
The Long Commute: What are Your Options?
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