WOODLAND

Before Woodland became incorporated in 1906 it was a homestead for Hudson Bay retiree Adolphous Le Lewes and then two iowa families who would build up the name Woodland through stores, trading post, and streets. Located 20 miles North of Vancouver, Washington Woodland is the Southern gateway to Mount St. Helen's with a population of 5,820. Woodland boasts on it's recreation of Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens and the annual celebration of The Lilac Festival. Woodland is also known for its planters Days and 85 acre Horseshoe Lake. The community offers walking, jogging, and biking trails, fishing and boating, parks, hunting, sporting events, annual festivals, and camping opportunities.
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CEDAR CREEK- From I-5 take exit 21 (Woodland) head east on SR 503, go 1 block turn right across the bridge, turn left on Hayes Road. Go 12.1 miles (Hayes Road turns into NE Cedar Creek Road) turn left onto NE Etna Road, site on your left.

Includes: fishing access, boat launch

HAAPA BOAT LAUNCH-  is located at the south side of the Lewis River. The Haapa Boat launch provides free parking, clean vault toilets, lots of trails, and picnic tables. There is plenty of decent bank access and it's a good spot for all types of fishing plus you can put in a kayak, canoe, boar or inflatable where it's not crowded.

Includes: BBQ grill, boat launch, fishing access, picnic tables, restroom

HORSE SHOE LAKE PARK- is located on the north bank of Horseshoe Lake. Facilities includes a covered picnic area, which can be rented, a gazebo, an open lawn space for field games, a playground, parking facility, restrooms, and is home to the Rolling Freedom Skate Park.

Includes: boat ramp, picnic area, swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, skate park, 8 miles of trails, parking

MARTIN- is located along I-5 take on exit 2. Go west on SR 503 2 blocks west of the I-5 bridge. Turn left on Lake shore Drive, and drive 1.3 miles. Turn left on South Pekin Road and follow 2 miles to the access site. Martin access site provides bank fishing and boat access.

Includes: boat launch, fishing access

STEVENS MOORAGE RV CAMPING AND BOAT LAUNCHING- is located on 4005 Dike Road. Stevens Moorage will get you out on the water in your spot easier then ever before.

Includes: camp sites, fishing access, boating

WOODLAND BOTTOMS- Located along I-5 take take exit 22 and Go west on Dike access Rd. In 2.5 miles turn right on gravel access Rd. Woodland Bottoms offers fishing access and a boat launch area.

Includes: boat launch, fishing access

KWRL TRANSPORTATION- Provides safe and reliable transportation providing 19 different bus routes. link to route: https://sites.google.com/woodlandschools.org/kwrl

Includes: bus stops

WOODLAND PARK AND RIDE- is located off of I-5 on State Route 503. The woodland Park and Ride provides a covered bus stop area.

Includes: covered area, bus stop

COLUMBIA RIVERFRONT RV PARK- is located on 1881 Dike Road. The Columbia Riverfront RV Park provides maintained property, a beach area, a private outdoor pool, and fishing.

Includes: campsites, view of the Columbia river, store, propane, swimming pool (seasonal), club house, play area, horse shoes, lawn area and games, restrooms, laundry

KALAMA HORSE CAMP- Located on Forest Road 81, 8 miles north of Highway 503. Kalama Horse Camp, primarily for horse riders, provides 27 campsites and access to over 50 miles of trails. $8 to $16 a night. No reservations.

​Includes: horse camping, trails, vault toilet, large shelter, water for horses only, horse pens.

OAK MOBILE AND RV PARK- is located on NW Lakeshore Drive. Oak Mobile and RV Park offers campers open space close to nature.

Includes: campsites

STEVENS MOORAGE RV PARK CAMP- is located on Dike Road. Stevens Moorage RV Park Camp gives campers great fishing access to the Columbia River.

Includes: camp sites, fishing access, boating

WOODLAND MOBILE HOME AND RV PARK- is located on NW Pacific Highway #77. Woodland and Mobile Home and RV Park gives campers a great river view.

Includes: campsites, river view

WOODLAND SHORES RV- Woodland Shores RV Park has easy on and off access to I-5 freeway at exit 21. Located on the North Fork.

Includes: campsites, nearby boat launch, picnic area, TV Room, Foosball Table, Laundry room

WIC- is located on 1251 Lewis River Street. WIC provides pregnant women, new moms, and little children up to 5  food, education, and health services.

Includes: supplemental foods, health care referrals, nutrition education for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, non-breastfeeding postpartum women, infants and children up to age five found to be at nutritional risk

WOODLAND COMMUNITY LIBRARY- is located on 770 Park Street. The Woodland Community Library gives residents access to books, sources, and children story time.

Includes: story time, internet sources, library books, media, learning tools

WOODLAND MOTOCROSS PARK- is located on 3232 Lewis River Road. The Woodland Motocross Park provides fun races for both riders and motocross fans.

Includes: motocross track, races

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EAGLE PARK- is located at 1844 Willow Street providing playground equipment, picnic tables, and benches.

Includes: picnic, playground equipment, benches

HOFFMAN PARK- is located in the 700 block of Park Street, next to the library and across from the street from Woodland Middle School. Facilities include the Woodland Community Center, playground equipment, landscaping, and open play areas.

Includes: woodland community center, playground equipment, landscaping, open play area

HORSE SHOE LAKE PARK- is located on the north bank of Horseshoe Lake. Facilities includes a covered picnic area, which can be rented, a gazebo, an open lawn space for field games, a playground, parking facility, restrooms, and is home to the Rolling Freedom Skate Park.

Includes: boat ramp, picnic area, swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, skate park, 8 miles of trails, parking

HULDA KLAGER LILAC GARDENS- The Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens are nonprofit botinical gardens specialized in lilacs, located at 115 South Pekin Road, Woodland. The gardens are open 10:00am-4:00pm daily; a $3.00 admission fee.

includes: Lilac Garden, fee for day pass, tours, wedding and events, gift shop, farm house

KENNETH BJUR MEMORIAL PARK- Kenneth Bjur Memorial Park provides a grassy area and playground equipment. The park is located in the residential district, on the northeast side of Woodland, at the intersection of Spruce and Madrona Avenues.

Includes: open area, playground

PARADISE POINT PARK- Paradise Point State Park is an 88-acre camping Park with 6,180 feet of freshwater shoreline. immediately east of the interstate.

Includes: shoreline, freshwater fishing, swimming, amphitheater, camping, restrooms, dump station, 4 miles of hiking trails

ROLLING FREEDOM SKATE PARK- This park was completed in 2007 through efforts of the Woodland Rotary Club and many other volunteers. The park is located at the east end of Horseshoes Lake Park.

Includes: skate ramps 

SCOTT HILL PARK- In 2011, the City of Woodland purchases approximately 40 acres of land of Scott Hill. This land had been designated for use of a sports complex.

Includes: play areas, baseball fields, fast pitch fields, soccer fields, multi-use fields, concessions, restrooms, walking trails, playground area, parking, covered area

HORSE SHOE LAKE PARK- is located on the north bank of Horseshoe Lake. Facilities includes a covered picnic area, which can be rented, a gazebo, an open lawn space for field games, a playground, parking facility, restrooms, and is home to the Rolling Freedom Skate Park.

Includes: boat ramp, picnic area, swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, skate park, 8 miles of trails, parking

LEWIS RIVER LITTLE LEAGUE PARK- is located on Green Mt. Road. Lewis River Little League Park gives kids access to baseball fields.

Includes: baseball fields, parking

LEWIS RIVER GOLF COURSE- is located between the North Fork of the Lewis River and evergreen foothills of the Cascade Mountains, providing quality public gold since 1967. Member options include clubhouse facilities, weddings, banquets, and golf courses.

Includes: parking, clubhouse, golf, clubs, renting facilities

ROLLING FREEDOM SKATE PARK- This park was completed in 2007 through efforts of the Woodland Rotary Club and many other volunteers. The park is located at the east end of Horseshoes Lake Park.

Includes: skate ramps 

SCOTT HILL PARK- In 2011, the City of Woodland purchases approximately 40 acres of land of Scott Hill. This land had been designated for use of a sports complex.

Includes: play areas, baseball fields, fast pitch fields, soccer fields, multi-use fields, concessions, restrooms, walking trails, playground area, parking, covered area, parking

SNAP FITNESS- Located on Lewis River Road is a gym that offers a 24/7 hour gym and training.

Includes: gym, personal training, parking, fees

WOODLAND STRENGTH CROSSFIT- Located on Belmont Loop Woodland Strength CrossFit offers members a gym and personal  training.

Includes: gym, training

HORSE SHOE LAKE PARK- is located on the north bank of Horseshoe Lake. Facilities includes a covered picnic area, which can be rented, a gazebo, an open lawn space for field games, a playground, parking facility, restrooms, and is home to the Rolling Freedom Skate Park.

Includes: boat ramp, picnic area, swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, skate park, 8 miles of trails, parking

KALAMA HORSE CAMP- Located on Forest Road 81, 8 miles north of Highway 503. Kalama Horse Camp, primarily for horse riders, provides 27 campsites and access to over 50 miles of trails. $8 to $16 a night. No reservations.

​Includes: horse camping, trails, vault toilet, large shelter, water for horses only, horse pens.

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