Cedar Creek Grist Mill, Woodland

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The Cedar Creek Grist Mill is a historical grist mill located in Woodland, Washington listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The mill was built in 1876 by George W. Woodham family and A.C. Reid. The remains of the dam which supplied water to the mill were removed in 1950s. The mill was restored to working condition in the 1980s and now operates as a museum.
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  • I have been here many times over the years. It is currently closed because of Covid, but just looking at the covered bridge, mill and river is beautiful.  more »
  • Although I went when the mill itself was closed, this is a beautiful area to visit. There is a trail on the opposite side of the creek from the mill that is short, but gorgeous. It’s out of the way...  more »
  • The property is beautiful. The volunteers know the history very well. Going was a pleasant experience. You have the opportunity to bring home corn meal or flour that you watch being ground. 0
  • Beautiful out of the way place in nature. Too bad we can't make cornmeal anymore. The kids lived it. Great place for Senior photos!

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