Just north of Lambertville and alongside the Delaware River, sits the small river town of Stockton and the Prallsville Mill site. The historic 10-building mill complex is located along the D&R Canal's feeder and the former Bel-Del rail line. The site includes a grist mill, linseed oil mill, saw mill and granary, most dating back to the late 1700s. The buildings are considered a significant example of early American industrial architecture. The complex also includes one of the finest 18th century houses in the region – The Prall House – and is among New Jersey's most significant early dwellings. This wonderful stone structure is a late Georgian/early Federal residence that John Prall built for his family. The site is leased and operated by the Delaware River Mill Society, which sponsors concerts and other programs on site. For further information, please call (609)397.3586. The D&R Canal Commission office is located in the restored and repurposed wagon shed at the mill complex. For more information visit the Prallsville Mills website.
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