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Living in Woodland
Woodland is a small town that is located in both Cowitz and Clark County Washington, just twenty minutes north of Vancouver. Also, known as the southern gateway to Mt. St. Helen's. The city is a growing community with residents of varying ethnicity; a melting pot of sorts. The residents of Woodland are made up of mostly blue collar workers. Woodland is located at the junction of Interstate 5 and State Highway 503, making other cities easily accessible. Unfortunately, because Woodland is a smaller city, there is not a public transit system available. Historic Downtown Woodland offers a variety of eateries, shops, farmers market, events and festivals throughout the year for entertainment and an opportunity to be social.
Famous for the Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens and The Lilac Festival celebrated annually. The gardens are open to the public and home to over 90 varieties of lilacs, a farmhouse and Victorian gardens for everyone to enjoy. Horseshoe Lake Park located on the northern bank of Horse Shoe Lake is the largest park Woodland has to offer. Home to regular events such as a Farmer's Market, the annual FIsh Derby and Planter's Days. The park also has plenty of open space, picnic areas, gazebo, playgrounds and more. The Lake offers swimming, fishing, canoeing and kayaking. Also, home to the Rolling Freedom Skate Park attracting skaters from all over Washington and Oregon. Hoffman Park is nearby and includes the Woodland Community Center, playground equipment and open spaces for outdoor play. Kenneth Bujur Memorial Park and Eagle Park are the smallest of the parks Woodland has to offer but includes playgrounds, picnic areas and some open spaces. Finally, Scott Hill Park is the new upcoming park, still in the planning and development stages but, has been designated for a sports complex.
Schools in Woodland
The residents of Woodland are served by the Woodland Public School District. According to Greatschools.org, Woodland Middle School was rated an outstanding 9/10, Green Mountain School was rated 7/10 and Woodland High School an above average rating of 6/10. The schools in Woodland provide an excellent educational opportunity to the children of Woodland.
Homes in Woodland
Homes in Woodland mostly consist of single family homes, medium in size (two-three bedrooms). Approximately 60% of the homes in Woodland are individually owned, while the remaining 40% are rentals. This community is a growing community with plenty of open space for new homes and developments. Home prices in this area are among some of the highest in the nation but, not compared to some of the more expensive communities, making this area affordable.