Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park is the site of a water-powered grist mill that was built in 1846 by pioneer doctor, Edward Turner Bale. The mill and its 36-foot water wheel have been partially restored, and an adjacent museum tells the story of the site. The park is three miles north of St. Helena (3369 N St.) on Highway 29. Phone 707-942-4575 for information and park operating hours.
The first floor of the Bale Grist Mill is generally accessible. A ramped connector also provides museum access. Exhibits are mostly accessible. Parking. Designated accessible parking. An 850-foot-long paved accessible path leads from parking to the mill and museum. Stair rails and risers on an alternate route are usable. Restrooms. Unisex restrooms on path are generally accessible.