Featured Events & Festivals

98674

Anthonys Pizzeria
Address: 1421 Pacific Avenue Woodland, WA
Short Description:
Anthonys Pizzeria
Long Description:

Anthonys Pizzeria

Phone Number:
(360) 225-3831
Antidote Tap House Woodland
Address: 1350 Atlantic Avenue
Woodland, WA 98674
Short Description:
At Antidote we have 18 rotating craft beers, ciders and even specialty cocktails.
Long Description:

Antidote serves a rotating list of local ales, Antidote Taphouse is located in Woodland, Washington.
With regularly updated taps, a great selection of wine, cocktails and an evolving menu, Antidote aims to bring you great service in a relaxing space.
With an ever-changing list of drinks and music, events and food, check back in as we keep things changing!
Antidote was opened in 2017 with a simple goal: Provide a variety of great, unique craft brews and pub-style food in a welcoming, unpretentious setting. While it looks like a tap house you might find in Portland or Seattle, founders Kelli and Andy Busack were committed to making something special and inviting to reflect the community of Woodland. With a few local breweries beginning to take root in the area, Antidote is proud to be one of the first local-centric tap houses in the area.
Boasting a regularly-rotating list of craft brews from across the country and a host of locally made beers, Antidote strives and takes pride in, and reflects SW Washington. Simple, beautiful, but definitely unique, Antidote is a place for everyone.

Monday-Thursday
11 PM – 8 PM
Friday-Saturday
11 PM – 10 PM​
Sunday
11 PM – 6 PM

Phone Number:
360.841.8941
Spirits:
Yes
Dinner:
Yes
Lunch:
Yes
Best Western – Woodland
Address: 1380 Atlantic Ave. Woodland, WA 98674
Short Description:
Enjoy the close proximity to Portland shopping and much more at this Woodland, WA hotel.
Long Description:

A friendly staff, premium amenities and quality service greet you as you enter this hotel, but the comfortable and well-appointed rooms will keep you coming back again and again. Each accommodation at this Woodland, Washington hotel includes all the comforts and convenience of home, including internet access and TVs with cable. Whirlpool tub suites, mini-suites and ADA rooms are also available upon request.

Other amenities at this Best Western Woodland Inn include a complimentary hot full breakfast each morning, an indoor pool, hot tub, on-site fitness center and guest laundry.

Conveniently located for easy freeway access, and to local attractions.
* Hulda Klager Lilac Garden
* Horseshoe Lake
* Cedar Creek Grist Mill
* Lewis River Golf Course
* Sunlight Supply Amphitheater – Ridgefield
* Westin Amphitheater – Kalama
* Festival of Lighted Boats – Kalama – 2nd weekend in December

Mount Saint Helens Area
* SR 503 side of Mt St Helens (Lewis River Road is SR 503)
* Lelooska Foundation
* Lava Canyon
* Ape Caves
* Trail of Two Forests
* June Lake
* Sno-Park Marble Mountain
* Climbers Bivouac Trailhead
* Windy Ridge

Make your next Woodland, Washington hotel stay the best yet, book a stay at the Best Western Woodland Inn today.

Website Address:
Phone Number:
(360) 225-1000
Blooms to Brews
Short Description:
Blooms to Brews
Long Description:

5K, Kids Bloomathon (1 Mile Race), 1 Mile Race
Marathon, Relay Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K

​The Blooms to Brews Marathon, Marathon Relay, Half Marathon, 10K and 5K Run/Walk takes place in one of the most historic communities in Washington State — the Woodland bottoms farm country. Run past gorgeous tulip fields and the Columbia & Lewis Rivers. Take in breathtaking views of both Mt. Saint Helens and Mt. Hood. Relax at the biggest post-party! Boston Marathon Qualifier!

We added an extra day to the loved Blooms to Brews event. Last year our 5K was so popular we are bringing it back! In addition we are adding a Kids Bloomathon (1 Mile Race) and a 1 Mile Race.

The Blooms to Brews Marathon, Marathon Relay, Half Marathon, 10K, 5K, Kids Bloomathon (1 Mile Race/Ages 5-14), and 1 Mile Race (Ages 13+) takes place in one of the most historic communities in Washington State — the Woodland bottoms farm country! Follow the flat course through the Woodland Bottoms just when the tulips and lilacs are in full bloom. Take in breath-taking views of the Columbia and Lewis Rivers.

Woodland, Washington is only 28 miles north of the Portland, Oregon airport! Easily follow the I-205 N to 1-5 N and Woodland is just off the freeway.

POST PARTY
The post-party will be held at Columbia Fruit, LLC. Food, Love DJ and a beer or root beer are included in your registration! Spectators can meet their friends and loved ones at the finish line and join the fun! For spectators, beer and food will be available for purchase. Relax at the post-party with a cold microbrew or root beer!

Interested in a VIP Experience? Learn about adding the VIP option below.

BREWS
The Blooms to Brews features microbrews from Loowit Brewing Co, Brothers Cascadia Brewing and Heathen Brewing as well as McMenamins. More breweries are being added as we get closer to the event! And we’ll be serving out of Heathen Brewing’s fire truck! The truck has taps on the side, and can be booked for your event by calling (360) 601-7454!

EXHIBITORS
Check out other events, the latest gear, and more from our on-site exhibitors!

REGISTRATION INCLUDES
A finisher medal, race tech t-shirt, chip timing, goodie bag, and a post-party, featuring a finish line Polar Bear slip-n-slide, music, and refreshments.
When:  2021
Location: ​NEW LOCATION! Columbia Fruit, LLC. 2526 Dike Rd. Woodland, WA 98674

Phone Number:
360-852-4189
Burgerville USA – Woodland
Address: 1120 Lewis River Road Woodland, WA
Short Description:
Burgerville USA
Long Description:

Burgerville USA

Phone Number:
(360) 225-7965
Dinner:
Yes
Lunch:
Yes
Breakfast:
Yes
Carl Jr’s Woodland
Address: 159 Pacific Avenue
Woodland, WA 98674
Long Description:

Founded in 1941, Carl’s Jr. has been a West Coast favorite for almost 80 years, known for our iconic charbroiled burgers.
Today, we have more than 1,000 locations across the U.S. and serves 28 countries worldwide.

Phone Number:
360.841.8089
Dinner:
Yes
Lunch:
Yes
Breakfast:
Yes
Columbia Riverfront RV Park
Address: 1881 Dike Road
Woodland, WA 98674
Short Description:
Columbia Riverfront RV Park
Long Description:

We have 76 full service Sites
65 Sites have 50/30/20 Amp service 10 Sites have 30/20 Amp.
All sites have sewer connections, water and 43 channels of cable TV
WiFi is available throughout the Park
Our longest sites are Pull-Thru’s @ 78 Ft.
All but six sites are 40 Ft. or larger Site Occupancy Limit: Six (6) persons, regardless of age. Registered Guests and Visitors combined
Threaded sewer fittings are required

We do not have tent sites Our State License is for an RV Park for fully self-contained RV’s displaying the RVIA Certification Seal We are not licensed as a Campground Tents and Tent Camping is not permitted Some mini-vans and truck campers do not qualify Some Pop-Up, Teepee & Tear-Drop trailers do not qualify
We do not accept Highway Truck Tractor tow vehicles

Phone Number:
(800) 845-9842
Cowlitz County Fair
Address: 1900 7th Avenue, Longview, WA 98632
Short Description:
Cowlitz County Fair 2021
July 21, 22, 23 & 24
Long Description:

The History of the Cowlitz County Fair~
On September 3rd and 4th 1937 the Cowlitz Valley Fair was held for the first time in Catlin Park, beginning a tradition that has lasted seventy-five years and continues on to this day as the Cowlitz County Fair. With the exception of the four years during World War II, the annual fair has provided such stimulating and amusing entertainment as a milking contest between civic leaders from Longview and Kelso held the very first day of that very first fair. Contestants included Kelso Mayor W.E. Chinn, Kelso Kiwanis President Thomas H. Van Noy, President E.G. Ditlersen and Secretary Eugene Crumb of the Kelso Chamber of Commerce VS Longview Mayor John P. Bell, Longview Kiwanis President Verne DeVilbiss, President J.L. Norris and Secretary L.K. Martini of the Longview Chamber of Commerce. The winner was Dr. J.L. Norris of Longview.
Other events of the day included the livestock judging contest and the Home Economics judging event. There were fair exhibits on clean easy milkers, grange feeds, grange flour, international trucks, batteries, tires, and J.I. Case Farm Machinery. The first day centered on farms and gardens. The Rose Valley Grange won first in the Grange exhibit division with a variety of farm produce. Pleasant Hill was 2nd and Kalama 3rd. The Judges were Mr.& Mrs. Heye Meyers of Vancouver.

COWLITZ COUNTY FAIR FOR THE 1st TWENTY-FIVE YEARS 1937 – 1962
Our fair began as The Cowlitz Valley Fair held at Catlin Park. But it didn’t stay put. The location moved to 15th Avenue and Ocean Beach Hwy in 1941, next to 7th Avenue and the old LP&N railway in 1942, then to Saddle Club Park in Longview at 14th and Baltimore in 1946, back to 7th Avenue in 1947, and finally to the present location in 1950. During this time the fair underwent two additional name changes: The Cowlitz County Fair in 1946 and The Columbia Empire Fair in 1949. There were no fairs nationwide from 1941 -1945 by government order due to WWII.
Right from the beginning the fair was a family friendly event. Admission increases reflected this, starting from only .25 to .50 cents for adults and from .10 to .25 cents for children under the age of 15. By 1962 admission was .75 cents for adults and the .25 cents for kids stayed the same and the age requirement was dropped to under 12 years of age and covered all of the events. The attendance grew from approximately 3,000 in 1946 to 23,302 in 1962.
From the beginning, the fair has had a western flare throughout, with many Country Western singers, comedians, and various other western themed performers. Events and entertainment included horse shows, juvenile rodeos, Sheriff’s Posse horse shows, many dog & chimp acrobatic performers, and jalopy races. Also in attendance were governors, noted political leaders, and T.V. & movie personality guest appearances. One of the exciting attractions was seeing who would win the crown for “Queen of the Fair.” Many of the young ladies who won the title of Queen had also first won a Rodeo title, demonstrating how hard working these youths were in the early days of the fair.
New building additions to the fair began with the construction of the automobile building in 1947 and went on to include the floral building, modern restrooms, model milk parlor and office building in 1948. Also added was a new horse show arena in 1952, a dormitory for youngsters who stay overnight for livestock exhibits in 1953, a caretaker’s house in 1954, and lastly in this time period, a 40’X120’ livestock building.

Phone Number:
360.577.3121
Fax:
360.577.6254
Daddy D’s BBQ
Address: 1243 N Goerig Street
Woodland, WA
Long Description:

Daddy D’s located in Woodland WA is a third-generation BBQ-ing pro. Daddy D (Donnie) has 9 children of his own and plans to keep the BBQ-ing tradition going to another generation. Daddy D’s delicious side dishes and you’ll have a hearty, home-cooked meal you won’t find anywhere else.

Tuesday – Saturday 11 – 7

Phone Number:
360.841.8154
Dinner:
Yes
Lunch:
Yes
Dairy Queen – Kelso
Address: 1002 S 13th Ave
Kelso, WA 98626-3042
Phone Number:
360-425-2360
Dinner:
Yes
Lunch:
Yes
Dairy Queen – Ocean Beach Hwy. – Longview
Address: 3211 Ocean Beach Hwy, Longview, WA 98632
Phone Number:
(360) 232-8380
Dinner:
Yes
Lunch:
Yes
Dairy Queen – Woodland
Address: 1225 Lewis River Road Woodland, WA
Short Description:
Dairy Queen
Long Description:

Dairy Queen

Phone Number:
(360) 841-8028
Empress Estate B & B
Address: 460 Empress Lane Woodland, WA
Short Description:
Empress Estate B & B
Long Description:

Whether it be for the romantic eve of your wedding, as a business stop-over between Portland and Seattle, or a family retreat to beautiful Lake Merwin and Mt. St. Helens, The Empress Estate is a relaxing and luxurious escape from the hustle of the city… an unexpected gem in the hills of Woodland, Washington, with visual and culinary treasures that make you feel as if you have been magically transported to some far-away European land. 
Come stay… enjoy an evening glass of wine and hors d’oeuvres in The Fireside Room. Take in the Pacific Northwest sunset by the Veranda fireside, or an afternoon stroll in the Courtyard Garden.  Then, join us in the morning for a delectable breakfast or brunch in The Empress Dining Room. Whatever your pleasure, you will find The Empress to be the perfect peaceful retreat and perfect location.  Just minutes from the Portland and Vancouver metro area and Portland International Airport, and a short morning or afternoon drive from the Seattle/Tacoma area, The Empress Estate sits quietly nestled on the Woodland hillside, among pastoral settings, yet conveniently just one mile off I-5.

Phone Number:
(360) 225-5555
Fat Moose Bar & Grill
Address: 1388 Lewis River Road Woodland, WA
Short Description:
Fat Moose Bar & Grill
Long Description:

Fat Moose Bar & Grill

Phone Number:
(360) 225-7944
Dinner:
Yes
Lunch:
Yes
Gilliano’s Pizza & Ice Cream Parlor
Address: 1147 N. Goerig Street Woodland, WA
Short Description:
Gilliano’s Pizza & Ice Cream Parlor
Long Description:

Gilliano’s Pizza & Ice Cream Parlor

Website Address:
Phone Number:
(360) 225-4664
Dinner:
Yes
Lunch:
Yes
Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant – Woodland
Address: 500 Columbia Street Woodland, WA
Short Description:
Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant
Long Description:

Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant

Phone Number:
(360) 225-8719
Hot Summer Nights
Address: Downtown Woodland
Short Description:
Hot Summer Nights
Long Description:

This concert series features a different band and genre of music each week- so there’s a little something for everyone in downtown Woodland Washington!
The back drop to our stage is beautiful Horse Shoe Lake – making this a fun, memorable, photo-worthy way to spend your summer Friday nights!
We encourage dancing, and always have sidewalk chalk for the kiddos. Come once, come often, come every night- it’s a new experience each week,
and a great way to get out and enjoy our Northwest summer evenings in our big, little town!

A rockin’ good time for all ages! This family friendly festival is alcohal free and open to all ages. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket and enjoy great music!
June, July & August each summer

Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens
Address: 115 South Pekin Road
Woodland, WA 98674
Short Description:
Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens
Long Description:

Each year, thousands of visitors step back in time to discover the 1880’s Victorian Farmhouse and country gardens that comprise the Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens.

To showcase the site, the Gardens and historic buildings have been lovingly maintained by the Hulda Klager Lilac Society, a nonprofit volunteer organization. The Society fully funds the care and upkeep of the historical site from the proceeds of Lilac Days, dues and donations. With the help of our volunteers and members, the Society continues to carry on the work of growing and showing the beautiful lilacs including those hybridized by Hulda Klager many decades ago.

Lilac Days 2021
April to May

History of Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens
Woodland is perhaps best known as the home of Hulda Klager (1863–1960), who was a prolific breeder of lilacs. The “Lilac Lady” Hulda Klager née Thiel, was long the pride of Woodland. She immigrated from Germany to Wisconsin in 1865, when she was just two years old, and came West when her family bought a farm in Woodland. Later she married and settled down on the family farm. When a friend gave her a book about Luther Burbank, she began creating flowers, hybridizing new varieties of roses, dahlias, even apples, and lilacs in particular. By 1920 she had created such a magnificent array of new hand-pollinated lilacs that she opened her garden on Lilac Week every spring for visitors. The floodwaters of 1948 rolled over her garden, destroying every shrub and hand-pollinated lilac. The loss grieved those who visited her garden or who had purchased her lilacs. From all over the Northwest, people sent starts of her lilacs from their own gardens. By 1950, at the age of eighty-seven, Klager, who loved flowers and who had been honored by the state of Washington as well as such organizations as the nationally famous arboretum at Cambridge, Massachusetts, again opened her home for Lilac Week. After her death in 1960, the Woodland Federated Garden Club, shocked that the garden might be bulldozed for industry, succeeded in raising money to buy it and have it declared a state and national historic site.

La Casa Tapatia
Address: 1175 Lewis River Road Woodland, WA
Short Description:
La Casa Tapatia
Long Description:

La Casa Tapatia

Phone Number:
(360) 225-3104
Lewis River B & B
Address: 2339 Lewis River Rd. Woodland, WA
Short Description:
Our desire is to provide you with a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere while creating lasting memories for you and your loved ones.
Long Description:

Come Be Our Guest! Your stay at the Lewis River B & B will include a a hearty, home-style breakfast, 24-hour access to a selection of hot & cold beverages, complimentary high-speed WiFi, luxurious room amenities, and use of our private dock on the River.

Phone Number:
(360) 225-8630
Lewis River Inn
Address: 1100 Lewis River Rd. Woodland, WA 98674
Short Description:
Each room has it’s own balcony with chairs overlooking our colorful garden and the Beautiful Lewis River.
Long Description:

The Lewis River Inn is a Motel in Woodland, WA located at Exit 21 off of I-5. We are a top-rated and family-owned motel known for comfort and cleanliness. Riverfront rooms with balconies are available. Ideally located for Clark County, Cowlitz County, and a gateway to the Lewis River and Mt. St. Helens recreation area.

Conveniently located for easy freeway access, and to local attractions.
* Hulda Klager Lilac Garden
* Horseshoe Lake
* Cedar Creek Grist Mill
* Lewis River Golf Course
* Sunlight Supply Amphitheater – Ridgefield
* Westin Amphitheater – Kalama
* Festival of Lighted Boats – Kalama – 2nd weekend in December

Mount Saint Helens is a short drive away
* SR 503 side of Mt St Helens (Lewis River Road is SR 503)
* Lelooska Foundation
* Lava Canyon
* Ape Caves
* Trail of Two Forests
* June Lake
* Sno-Park Marble Mountain
* Climbers Bivouac Trailhead
* Windy Ridge

Website Address:
Phone Number:
(360) 225-6257
Los Pepes
Address: 611 Goerig Woodland, WA
Short Description:
Los Pepes
Long Description:

Los Pepes

Phone Number:
(360) 225-7753
Luckman Coffee Company
Address: 1230 Lewis River Road Woodland, WA
Short Description:
Luckman Coffee Company
Long Description:

Luckman Coffee Company

Website Address:
Phone Number:
(360) 841-8699
Mali Thai Cuisine
Address: 1251 Lewis River Road Woodland, WA
Short Description:
Mali Thai Cuisine
Long Description:

Mali Thai Cuisine – Homemade Thai Food. Open since 2006

Phone Number:
(360) 225-9587
Dinner:
Yes
Lunch:
Yes
MapleRidge House:  A BnB FOR ALL SEASONS!
Address: 40905 NW Mapleridge Road
Woodland, WA 98674
Short Description:
Maple Ridge House, located in Lewis River Valley is a stunning short/long term vacation and business rental.
Two Thousand square feet will accommodate four or more guests in downy comfort! 5 star reviews from 30 plus guests!
Long Description:

Maple Ridge House is a BnB for all seasons, is newly renovated in a contemporary style, and we are an award-winning Super Host Airbnb facility! Two bedrooms with a queen and two XL twin beds, bar, wood-burning fireplace, and a private covered deck with a valley and mountain view!

We are in 20 private forested acres, yet just 3.5 miles from the village of Woodland and the Interstate 5-freeway corridor, 40 minutes from downtown Portland. Mount St. Helens national volcanic monument is an easy, spectacular drive, and not-to-be-missed.

Bookings online or please call us direct and we will be happy to assist you personally with your reservations.

Phone Number:
360-991-8261
Matt & Mandy’s Family Diner
Address: 1447 N. Goerig Street Woodland, WA
Long Description:

Matt & Mandy’s Family Diner

Phone Number:
(360) 225-3962
McDonalds – Woodland
Address: 1601 Pacific Avenue Woodland, WA
Short Description:
McDonalds
Long Description:

McDonalds

Phone Number:
(360) 225-3704
Mount St. Helens Motel
Address: 1340 Mt. St. Helens Way NE.
Castle Rock WA 98611
Long Description:

Mount St Helens Motel is close to Interstate 5, this 2-story motel is a mile from Castle Rock and 5 miles from the Mount St. Helens Visitor Center.
The comfortably furnished rooms include air-conditioning, en suite bathrooms, free WiFi and flat-screen TVs, plus tables. Close to a variety of restaurants, brewpubs, wine tasting, and boutique shopping.

Conveniently located for easy freeway access, and to local attractions.

* Castle Rock Visitor Center
* Castle Rock Blooming Tour
* Fishing – Cowlitz River, Toutle River, Green River
* Castle Rock Raceway
* Castle Rock Fair – July
* Castle Rock Festival of Lights – 2nd Saturday in December

Mount Saint Helens is a short drive away

* SR 504 side of Mt St Helens (Spirit Lake Hwy is SR 504)
* Mt St Helens Visitor Center
* Forest Learning Center
* Coldwater Lake
* Johnston Ridge Observatory
* Helicopter Tours – Buried A-Frame

Website Address:
Phone Number:
(360) 274-7721
North Fork Bar & Grill  (Lewis River Golf Course)
Address: 3209 Old Lewis River Road Woodland, WA
Short Description:
North Fork Bar & Grill (Lewis River Golf Course)
Long Description:

North Fork Bar & Grill located at the Lewis River Golf Course.

Phone Number:
(360) 225-7188
Spirits:
Yes
Lunch:
Yes
OYO
Address: 1500 Atlantic Ave. Woodland, WA 98674
Short Description:
OYO Woodland Hotel and Suites
Long Description:

OYO Woodland Hotel and Suites
Living on the go has always been the norm of the city, but at this amazing property, guests can take their time to enjoy the stay.
The property is situated in Woodland WA, home to many local attractions (See Below)

We are also convenient to attractions like:
* Hulda Klager Lilac Garden
* Horseshoe Lake
* Cedar Creek Grist Mill
* Lewis River Golf Course
* Sunlight Supply Amphitheater – Ridgefield
* Westin Amphitheater – Kalama
* Festival of Lighted Boats – Kalama – 1st weekend in December

Mount Saint Helens is a short drive away
* SR 503 side of Mt St Helens (Lewis River Road is SR 503)
* Lelooska Foundation
* Lava Canyon
* Ape Caves
* Trail of Two Forests
* June Lake
* Sno-Park Marble Mountain
* Climbers Bivouac Trailhead
* Windy Ridge

If you are traveling on a budget, our Woodland hotel provides a fresh, clean room for a good night’s sleep; a nice, hot shower to wake you up
and a good cup of coffee to jump-start your day. Additional amenities include:
* Free WiFi
* Guest laundryroom
* All guest rooms offer a TV, hairdryer, microwave, refrigerator, table, and chairs.

A good night’s sleep and great savings await guests at OYO Hotel & Suites. Woodland hotels like ours help you get the rest you need for wherever travel takes you–book now!

Website Address:
Phone Number:
360.225.6548
Papa Murphy’s Pizza – Woodland
Address: 1999 Pacific Avenue Woodland, WA
Short Description:
Papa Murphy’s Pizza
Long Description:

Papa Murphy’s Pizza

Phone Number:
(360) 225-6427
Regal Three Rivers Mall 12 & RPX Cinemas
Short Description:
Regal Three Rivers Mall 12 & RPX Cinemas
Long Description:

Regal Three Rivers Mall 12 & RPX Cinemas
Located at Three Rivers Mall in Kelso WA.
341 Three Rivers Mall Drive

 

Phone Number:
360.425.1962
Rosie’s Restaurant
Address: 1245 Lewis River Road Woodland, WA
Short Description:
Rosie’s Restaurant
Long Description:

Rosie’s Restaurant

Phone Number:
(360) 225-9800
Sproos
Address: 236 Davidson Ave, #3 Woodland, WA
Short Description:
Sproos
Long Description:

Sproos

Phone Number:
(360) 841-8695
Subway – Woodland
Address: 1999 Pacific Avenue, Suite B Woodland, WA 98674
Short Description:
Subway
Long Description:

Subway

Phone Number:
360.225.0500
Dinner:
Yes
Lunch:
Yes
Breakfast:
Yes
Subway – Woodland – Dike Access Road
Address: 1486 Dike Access Rd
Woodland, WA 98674
Short Description:
Subway
Long Description:

Located inside the Woodland Walmart Store

Phone Number:
360.225.1211
Dinner:
Yes
Lunch:
Yes
Breakfast:
Yes
Taco Bell – Woodland
Address: 1478 Dike Access Road
Woodland, WA 98674
Long Description:

Taco Bell is an American chain of fast food restaurants based out of Irvine, California, founded in 1962 by Glen Bell. Taco Bell is a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, Inc. The restaurants serve a variety of Mexican inspired foods that include tacos, burritos, quesadillas, nachos, novelty and specialty items, and a variety of “value menu” items. As of 2018, Taco Bell serves more than 2 billion customers each year at 7,072 restaurants, more than 93 percent of which are owned and operated by independent franchisees and licensees.

Phone Number:
360.225.6823
Dinner:
Yes
Lunch:
Yes
Breakfast:
Yes
Woodland Motocross Park
Address: 3232 Lewis River Road, Woodland, WA
Long Description:

Please visit our website for more information.

Phone Number:
(503) 708-5121
Woodland Shores RV Park
Address: 1090 A Street Woodland, WA 98674
Short Description:
Woodland Shores RV Park
Long Description:

57 ​Total Sites (All Sites are Full Hook Ups 30/50 amps)

13 River Front Pull-in Sites

8 River Front Back-in Sites

Nearby Boat Launch

Picnic Area Near River

​On-site Security Cameras

Quiet time is between 10:00pm-8:00am

Pets welcome (must be walked in designated pet area)

TV Room with Pool Table, Foosball, and 50″ TV w/ Sports Channels

24 Hour Secure Laundry Room with 6 washers and 6 gas dryers

Open year round 9 am – 7:30 pm; Weekends and Holidays 12 pm – 7:30 pm

Phone Number:
(800) 481-2224
RV Hookups:
Yes
Pull Through:
Yes