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The Cedar Creek Grist Mill, Woodland

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The Cedar Creek Grist Mill is a building located in Woodland, Washington listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Friends of the Cedar Creek Grist Mill restored the mill and operate it as a museum.
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TripAdvisor
  • If your In the area stop by its absolutely gorgeous especially in the fall! When we went there there was a historian giving a very interesting talk on the history of the mill, and we got to take home ...  more »
  • We were lucky to see this mill in operation on a Sunday afternoon. The guide was very interesting and enjoyable to hear about the history & current operations at the mill. Later, at home, we made corn...  more »
  • How often do you get to see a working grist mill these days? This one operates during limited hours on the weekends, and you might even get to go home with a bag of freshly milled cornmeal or flour. S...  more »
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  • This is one of our favorite, free weekend destinations. The area around the mill is beautiful and photogenic - bring the good camera gear. The Mill is lovingly restored. The volunteers share the history of the mill and the surrounding areas. You can get freshly milled flour and cornmeal for a small donation. The end of October is their cider pressing event - a must do for some tasty fresh cider. Visit in early Autumn for lovely changing trees and spawning salmon jumping the falls.
  • Nice find! Unfortunately, we didn't go inside for the actual tour due to it being closed on the day we went.. But wow, it was cool to walk and see.
  • It only took one visit for Cedar Creek Grist Mill to land on my favorites list for this area. Be sure to make an opportunity for the weekend tour and demonstration - and buy some freshly ground flour! And don't pass up a chance to enjoy a friendly and informative chat with one of the faithful volunteers. A scenic and charming must-see destination. Picnic tables along the trail opposite the mill make for a unique picnic locale. I'm always ready to go back.
  • Awesome historical stop! Dont miss it! Worth the time.....amazing how much effort went in to early life. Beautiful area too.
  • Haven't been here for almost 20 years, beautiful amazing place. Recent covered bridge added.