About The Venue
The Stone Mill 1792 is a historic venue and boutique. Nestled on 10 beautiful acres just outside scenic Codorus State Park, 10 miles from downtown Hanover, and just over Mason-Dixon Line.
Historic and breathtaking, The Stone Mill 1792 is the place to have your wedding, party, event or gathering. Whether you seek rich history or enjoy the natural beauty of the outdoors, The Stone Mill 1792 is the perfect setting for any event.
In our Vintage Boutique, we have handmade, one of a kind, repurposed and vintage home decor and unique gifts. The Dress Boutique has gorgeous new, consigned and vintage formal wear, wedding gowns, and prom gowns. Come check out The Vintage Boutique and The Dress Boutique located at The Stone Mill 1792. Be sure to check out our calendar for upcoming events!
The Stone Mill was built in 1792 by Jacob Keller on land he was given by William Penn. The original property was more then 300 acres and was home to Keller's 9 children as well as the first paper mill East of the Susquehanna. Over the next 2 centuries, the property and stone home served as residential housing, an orphanage, a scrap metal salvage yard, and a store front. Portions of the original mill, such as the wheel house and outbuildings, were rumored to have burned down sometime in the 1800's. However, the remaining portion of the mill has been lovingly restored. When you are here, be sure to ask us about the history and a few other stories surrounding The Stone Mill 1792.