About WoodlandSettled in the mid-1800s, Woodland soon developed into a bustling center for the surrounding farming, dairying and poultry-raising area. Logging was a major industry in the early 20th century. An interpretive marker on Finn Hall Road, 4 miles east of I-5 on SR 503, describes the Old Finn Hall, a community center built in 1916 by Finnish immigrants.
The Cedar Creek Grist Mill, 9 miles east of I-5 exit 21 via N.W. Hayes Road and Cedar Creek Road, is the oldest structure of its kind in the Evergreen State. Built in 1874, the mill still operates and is open on weekends; phone (360) 225-5832. The adjacent covered bridge was built in 1995 on the site of an earlier span.
Visitor Centers Woodland Chamber of Commerce & Tourism 900 Goerig St. Woodland, WA 98674. Phone:(360)225-9552
Things to Do Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens
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