The Cedar Creek Grist Mill, located in Woodland, Washington, is a locally significant historical landmark, nestled in a wooded area along the creek. Built in 1890 and restored to operation in 1970, the Cedar Creek Grist Mill is one of the few partially functioning grist mills in southwest Washington. Visitors to the mill can enjoy a self-guided tour of the mill grounds and the working machines within. In addition to the grist mill, visitors can also explore the Sanders General Store, the Cupp House Log Cabin, the Plummer-Motz Log Barn/ Museum and other historic structures. The Cedar Creek Grist Mill also includes picnic facilities, various hiking trails, and access to fishing. Be sure to bring an extra camera battery and memory card to capture the history of this unique site!
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