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The Cedar Creek Grist Mill, Woodland

(4.5/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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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  • 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.
  • Great family outing! The volunteers were very friendly and everything thing is free. The do ask for donations to keep things running through. A great way to see how things were 100 years ago.
  • Neat history with quiet and beautiful backdrop. Picked up a bag of flour, can't wait to make something with it. Definitely worth the drive.
  • Awesome place. Very picturesque and quiet. I would love to come back for a tour.
  • Amazing history!! The story of the Mill is fantastic and the views are even more impressive.