The New Ada Mill was in use from 1931 to 1942. Most of the structure of the mill has survived and is considered a comparatively well preserved example of a typical steam-powered sawmill of the early 20th century.
The trail goes past the first mill machinery to Federal Crossing (a four ways intersection for old tramways). Leeches are common, so bring repellent.
The trails are mostly over old tram tracks, undulating ground and mild inclines.