The Dundee Mill and Park is a historical landmark nestled in the southeast corner of Fond du Lac County. The Mill is a rare piece of history dating back to the 1850s. Over time, this place had evolved into the social meeting place for ice cream in the Dundee area. Inside of the Mill is somewhat of a museum. Old artifacts are hanging from the beams and walls. It even has an old potbelly stove which provides warmth for the building. The Mill also demonstrates the functionality of the old grain mill. The park is located on five acres of land which includes a branch of the Milwaukee River, nature trails which end at the dam, head and tail raceways, two fish hatchery ponds, and plants reminiscent of the 1850s era. The ponds are available for fishing only by the children of the area and people with disabilities.