Mill of Kintail Conservation Area is 5 km (3 mi.) n.w. on CR 29, then 2 km (1.2 mi.) w. on Clayton Rd. and 1 km (.6 mi.) n. on Concession Rd. 8. The 1830 gristmill was restored in 1930 by Robert Tait McKenzie and served as his summer home and studio. Inside the mill, the museum contains McKenzie's original furnishings, more than 70 sculptures, a summary of his life and regional Canadian pioneer items. Life and Times of James Naismith Inventor of Basketball display also is on view on the lower level.
Nature trails are on the grounds. Afternoon tea on the lawn is served May through October.
Picnicking is permitted.