Welcome to the World Famous Donut Mill
In Woodland Park, Colorado the World Famous Donut Mill is the place that you must experience at least once. The huge doughnuts are delicious, and the helpful staff is as nice as can be. Eat in or call in an order to be picked up later.
The Donut Mill has been a local & Colorado favorite since 1983. Thousands of summer, fall, winter, and spring travelers have made the Donut Mill a required stop on their way to enjoying any outdoor adventure.
The Donut Mill has a wonderful, down home atmosphere and is very family friendly. The menu is on a chalkboard above the glass case where fresh 10-12 inch cinnamon rolls, fritters, and scones look amazingly huge.
We also have wonderful bear claws and many other delicious doughnuts. Prices range from $.95 - $4.95 with one specialty item, a huge pan of strudel costing approximately $14.25. If you like breakfast burritos we have those also, in addition to our famous biscuits and gravy.
You'll find fresh hot coffee, hot cocoa, various teas, juices, milk, and more to enjoy. The local newspaper is available for reading while eating. Check out our bulletin board that features local businesses and services available.
Best Of 2011: Biscuits and Gravy
With biscuits and gravy, establishments far too often underestimate the deceiving simplicity of this beloved breakfast staple. The Donut Mill gets it!
In fact, this Woodland Park landmark gets it so completely, that it now serves a new alternative to its sausage gravy: bacon gravy. Cumulatively, enough gravy is made to fill an SUV every day, according to manager Rob Nightshade. The secret recipe has over 15 different ingredients and has been passed down from owner to owner over the shop's 34 years. — Sam Benesby Colorado Springs Gazette
Blue Bell Ice Cream Available at the Donut Mill!
It all started on a hot summer day when local farmers decided to establish the Brenham Creamery Company and make butter from excess cream brought in by area farmers. A few years later, the creamery began making ice cream and delivering it to neighbors by horse and wagon. It was in 1930 that the company changed its name to Blue Bell Creameries after the native Texas bluebell wildflower.
Donut Mill staff drives to Texas to select and bring back the freshest Blue Bell flavors. Try a scoop or two and you'll believe Blue Bell is the best ice cream in the country too!