Woodland Washington

Adjacent to Interstate 5 at Exit 21, Woodland is a thriving community situated along the Lewis River.

Woodland Washington Established 1906

As the “Southern Gateway to Mount St. Helens,” Woodland provides excellent options for lodging, restaurants, and service accommodations. Featured activities include hiking, sightseeing, and mountain biking in the nearby Lewis River Valley; fishing for salmon and steelhead on the north fork of the Lewis River; and golfing at the Lewis River Golf Course.

Home to the renowned Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens, Woodland hosts a Lilac Festival each spring, as well as an annual Tulip Festival.


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Woodland Washington Visitor Center

900 N Goerig St
Woodland, WA 98674

(360) 225-9552

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1906

Established


Incorporated in 1906, the City of Woodland, located 20 miles north of Vancouver, Washington, is the southern gateway to Mt. St. Helens. The city is located in both Cowlitz and Clark Counties.
5925

Population


This growing community, with a population of 5925, is located at the junction of Interstate 5 and State Highway 503. The greater Woodland area has a population of over 10,000 persons.

Woodland Parks

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(360) 577-3137

Cowlitz County Tourism
1900 7th Ave Lonview, WA 98632