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“take a tour & learn to churn!”
Visitors will be greeted and given a "Working Tour" of how this mill still works today. Huge pulleys and belts spinning above and below are turning and churning to produce flour, corn meal and even apple cider (the last Saturday in October). These samples are given to the visitors for take home and a first hand experience of the products. No gas or electricity are used, simply mother nature's water power. All that work here are volunteers and are more than happy to explain how this process works to any and all.
The Cedar Creek Grist Mill is a beautiful historic site, tucked away in a verdant river basin near Woodland, Washington. I highly suggest a visit, especially if you have time on the weekend.... Read more
Such a beautiful place to visit any time of year! The grist mill itself isn't open right now because of covid-19, but when they do open, it's usually on weekends for a few hours to let people... Read more
Another hidden gem! I'm giving them 5 stars for the history, beauty and uniqueness of this place. Built in 1876, the Cedar Creek Grist Mill is definitely a place to stop and visit, if anything... Read more
Cedar Creek Grist Mill
- Sun: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
- Sat: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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