Grist Mill
43907 NE Grist Mill Rd
Woodland, Washington 98674

The Cedar Creek Grist Mill is open all year, Saturdays 1:00 to 4:00 and Sundays 2:00 to 4:00. For more information or to request a Group Tour of the Mill, send e-mail to: or phone 360-225-5832 For the official Cedar Creek Grist Mill Web site click

August 29, 2009

On Saturday, August 29 from 1 - 4 the Cedar Creek Grist Mill will be offering several different kinds of cornbread with honey to our guests. All the breads will be made with our own milled corn. Come early and enjoy this popular activity.

June 27, 2009

Come spend the afternoon of Sat. June 27 at the Cedar Creek Grist Mill. Marge Lippincott, a master gardener, and Barb Sizemore will be demonstrating how to make herb flavored vinegars and oils to give as gifts or enjoy yourselves. We will have French bread on hand so you can taste test these treats. Presentations will be at at 1, 2 and 3 PM.

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February 13, 2008.
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Cedar Creek Grist Mill Apple Pressing
October 27, 2007 - Photography by Noel Johnson

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The annual Cedar Creek Grist Mill Apple Pressing took place this year on October 27, 2007. Hundreds of pounds of apples were pressed into apple cider by volunteers. For more pictures, click here.

Click here for pictures of the 2006 Apple Pressing.

Grist Mill photo, taken on
October 19, 2001, by Noel Johnson,
shows further restoration.
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Photography by Susan Cameron.
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What is it about covered bridges that is so compelling? I suppose they have a different effect on each person, but I don't know anyone that isn't attracted to them. We are fortunate to have a nicely restored covered bridge just a short drive from l-5 (exit 21) and that is only the secondary attraction at the site.

Hayes Road intersects with Lewis River Road right in front of the Oaktree Restaurant and more or less parallels the river, in an easterly direction, after crossing over the North Fork Lewis River bridge into Clark County. As you drive the road to the Grist Mill and covered bridge you will pass by a beautiful red barn. Many pictures have been taken of this barn.

The total distance is only about nine miles. Signs point the way for you and it is a pleasant drive. There is a tree farm where several acres of fir seedlings start their life and depending on the time of the year, you may find roadside stands selling strawberries, corn, pumpkins or even Christmas trees.

The Cedar Creek Grist Mill has been restored after one-hundred and twenty three years. The mill is fully operational and will even grind your grain if you bring it along with a small donation.

All Weather Walkers
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event on October, 28 2006

Click here for 2003 pictures.

Click here for Short Stories by Boyd Simmons

Click here to go to Remnant Farms Feed and Supply
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Jon Hahn, columnist for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, and Noel
Johnson of, accompanied by their wives, were given a
personal tour of the Cedar Creek Grist Mill on February 22, 2003
by George Fountain, President of Friends of the Grist Mill.
Click here to see some pictures taken on that day.

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