Rio Mills was a 19th-century mill village located where the former Harrisonburg-Charlottesville Turnpike crossed the South Fork of the Rivanna River. Following the Battle of Rio Hill on 29 February 1864, Union General George Armstrong Custer burned the covered bridge and gristmill.
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- Web. 29 projects added to county's transportation priorities, News Staff, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, July 3, 2019, retrieved July 14, 2019.