The Thomas Amis Historical Park is located on Big Creek here in beautiful Rogersville, Tennessee. Load up the family and come visit.
A Revolutionary War Hero, Capt Thomas Amis was a man of substance, in a time of great change. Take the historical tour!
Creekside Cabin is a great place for a mountain retreat. Click here to view video and pics of the layout and check rental rates.
The giant snowflakes just kept coming at Amis Mill on Saturday creating a winter wonderland. The pics show a serene and undisturbed blanket of white on everything, including the horses…
The recent wintery weather at Amis Mill makes a beautiful landscape. Photos are courtesy of Dan Berry. Enjoy!
Bring your Sweetheart for a Valentine’s date at the Eatery…
We are pleased to announce the April 18th “Dedication” of the Thomas Amis House as United Methodist Historic Site No. 498. Join us for a day of activities with Revolutionary reenactors, lunch and tours…
Mark your calendars for Thursday, February 5th! Amis Mill Eatery will reopen with our regular business hours, Thursday-Saturday 11am-9pm & Sunday 11am-7pm. Try one of these mouth-watering meals!
Amis Mill Eatery is closed for the month of January each year as the holidays wind down. For the 2015 season, the Eatery will reopen for business on February 5, 2015. See you then!
We have several photos of Jake, dressed in his period attire for the Colonial Christmas Tours. Our thanks to Randy Seals for all of the great photos.
We had lots of Colonial settlers at the Amis Mill encampment for the holiday tours. Photos provided by Randy Seals.