AUSTIN DAM MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION
"News Flash"
"The Ruins - The Park"
"Welcome Center/Gift Store"
(Upgraded soon to a professional online store!!)

Nestled in a narrow valley and
along the winding stream of
Freeman Run is the ruins of the
Bayless Paper Mill Dam, currently
referred to as the Austin Dam.

In 1911 the dam broke and water
engulfed much of the town of
Austin and claimed over 78 lives.

In 1994
the Austin Dam Memorial Park
Association was formed and they
since have worked diligently to
preserve the dam remains and to
create a beautiful natural park.

*** NEW ROAD SURFACE ***
The 1 mile entrance to the park was
improved with drainage, base and DSA
limestone top.  This project was financed
by  Pennsylvania Dirt and Gravel Road
Grant Program, DCNR Community
Conservation Partnerships Grant
Program and  Austin Dam Memorial
Association(ADMA) was completed with
the help of many volunteer.s

Check it out!!
Visitors at the Flood Victims Memorial
While this stage quietly blends in naturally
much of the year, it has been the setting of
bands, weddings, dancers, presentations
and gatherings. It is equipped with eletricity
and can be covered with our canopy.
----------- Other Links -----------
EO Austin Museum
The Austin Borough
The Austin Borough
Potter County Today
Pennsylvania Lumberman's Museum
5384 State Route 872 North, P.O. Box 136  
Austin, PA  16720
austindam@yahoo.com
814-647-3318

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