Along a steep slope at the bottom of a quaint creek, this working museum transports visitors back in time by showing them how the mill runs without gas or electricity. Capture a charming image of the mill house, colorfully framed by autumn trees and the free-flowing creek that runs alongside the water-powered structure.
Anytime (you can go inside the Cedar Creek Grist Mill from Sat 1PM–4PM & Sun 2 PM–4 PM)
Wide-angle lens (16mm)
How to get there
N45° 56' 18.0204"W122° 35' 01.2084"
This image was taken of Cedar Creek Grist Mill, with a view of the creek. To get this perspective, I stood on the Cedar Creek Covered Bridge, looking east onto the mill house.
Input the GPS coordinates into your phone and then park alongside the road before walking onto the bridge.
Cedar Creek Grist Mill, 43907 NE Grist Mill Road
Woodland, Washington 98674
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