Hours | Saturdays 1:00–4:00
Sundays 2:00–4:00
closed weekdays except for arranged tours

National Register of Historic Places

Cedar Creek Grist Mill

Woodland, Washington, Est. 1876

Open most weekends year-round
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  • About the Mill

    The Cedar Creek Grist Mill is a historical, water-powered, grain-grinding mill. Volunteers provide demonstrations and bags of fresh-milled flour to guests.

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  • Grist Mill Events

    The Grist Mill hosts many free special events during the year — such as the popular cider press — and they all include some good eats! Take a look at our special event list.

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  • How to Get Here

    The Grist Mill may seem like it's in the middle of nowhere, but it’s actually part of a beautiful scenic loop. Check out our map, request a group tour, or find other local attractions.

    Come visit

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Grist Mill Recipes

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Pancakes, bread and scones taste fantastic made with fresh-milled Grist Mill flour. See our recipes!

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Weddings & Events

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The Grist Mill can host your wedding or other special event. Give us a call to start planning your party!

Friends of the

Cedar Creek Grist Mill

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Help maintain the Grist Mill by becoming a member. Easily pay your annual dues online with Paypal!
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1876

Cedar Creek Grist Mill First Built
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1961

Registered as a Historical Place
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1994

Covered Bridge constructed
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The cider press

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    • Location

      43907 NE Grist Mill Road
      Woodland, Washington 98674

      Hours

      Saturday: 1PM – 4PM
      Sunday: 2PM – 4PM
      Closed weekdays, Easter, Christmas, & New Years

    • Contact us

      tours@cedarcreekgristmill.org
      Phone: 360.225.5832
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