The Thomas Amis Historical Park is located on Big Creek here in beautiful Rogersville, Tennessee. Load up the family and come visit.
Pics from the April 18th Francis Asbury Dedication at the Thomas Amis House.
Creekside Cabin is a great place for a mountain retreat. Click here to view video and pics of the layout and check rental rates.
And the honor goes to our very own Teresa Blevins for Best Waitress as rated by the Rogersville Review! Congratulations Teresa!
Looks like a productive year for the turkeys hanging out at the Mill! How many little gobblers do you see?
The Buckeye Butterfly likes open, sunny areas with low-growing vegetation, which makes Amis Mill an ideal location for them.
This delicate beauty is only one of many stunning and colorful flowers on the grounds of Amis Mill.
After the rain…
The views from the Thomas Amis House never disappoint, even when there are storms brewing…
You never know who or what will turn up for a visit at the Mill, like this mother turkey with her little ones.
The Schaaf family gathered at Amis Mill over the July 4th weekend. Family members traveled from Alaska, Georgia, California, Missouri, Florida, Massachusetts, Tennessee and China to be together.
Daniel Singleton proposed to Laura Cobb on July 4th at Amis Mill. Congratulations to the happy couple!
Meet Tommy, the Amis resident kitty. Looks like he’s enjoying Wendy’s flowers too…
The Kingsport Birders identified 40 different species on the Amis Mill property on July 1st. View their Field List TN Birds. We invite other “birders” to visit the Mill and see how many species you can identify.
The Red Hat Ladies of Big Stone Gap, VA graced us with a recent visit. It’s a great way to spend a day with friends. Come on out and enjoy the atmosphere at the Eatery!
The Porsche Club had a get-together at the Eatery over the weekend. It’s a beautiful drive out to Amis Mill this time of year. Make plans for your group to meet at the Mill for a pow-wow.