In the southeast corner of the park a short distance from the foot bridge is a vintage saw mill display. It was designed and built by the FBM volunteer work crew to show how logs were cut into beams, planks and other wooden construction materials. It is a static display to be used as an educational tool as opposed to an operational unit. In actual practice, such a mill would have its circular saw blade turned either by a steam or other type of engine. The power would be transmitted via a long, flat belt.