Cancelled-Cedar Creek Grist Mill
Come out and join us for a leisurely jaunt through the country to the Cedar Creek Grist Mill outside of Woodland, WA.
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.
We will start at PHD on Saturday, May 9th, This will be a brown bag lunch ride.
We will meander out of Tigard and head north on 205 Freeway to connect with Highway 14 East and go up over Cape Horn. We will turn up the Salmon Creek Highway, through the foothills of Skamania County and Clark County. We will cross the Washougal River and follow the Washougal River almost to the Columbia. We will turn off and go through some more of the foothills and connect with the Lewis River. We will work our way over through Amboy and Yacolt and down into Woodland Cedar Creek just outside of Woodland, Washington. After we enjoy our brown bag lunch, we will be able to tour the Grist Mill between 2 - 4. The happenings at the Grist Mill are like taking a step back in time, showing you how flour and cornmeal are made from water power.
Our ride will officially end when we arrive and kick stands are down.
Return ride: Head toward Vancouver/Portland on I-5. Split off as you near your home destinations. The mileage of this ride is approximately 75 miles, but pretty close to a 6-hour riding day with the tours included. We will ride safe and have fun!
43907 NE Grist Mill Road
Woodland, Washington 98674
Closed Event: Chapter activities are conducted primarily for the benefit of H.O.G. Chapter members. Closed Events are those events open to Chapter members and one guest per member. All guests must sign an event release.