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 and cornmeal 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

The Grist Mill is looking for volunteers!

The Cedar Creek Grist Mill seeks friendly volunteers to keep this working museum staffed. We need apprentice millers, tour guides and generally helpful hands for weekend shifts, special events, and maintenance/ restoration. Our volunteers welcome visitors from around the world as they work the mill and answer questions about this national historic landmark.

Interested? You are welcome to attend our next board meeting. Our board meets the third Tuesday of each month, 7pm, at Green Mountain Baptist Church 8314 NE Spurrel Rd. Woodland, WA 98674. You can also express your interest in volunteering by simply telling a miller during our regular weekend hours. Hope to see you soon!

Weekly Mill Hours: Saturday 1pm–4pm and Sunday 2pm–4pm

Delicious

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!
Demo

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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