Welcome to Woodland
Planters Days is a four day festival celebrating the completed construction of the dikes along the Columbia and Lewis Rivers preventing the annual flooding in the Woodland area. The festival is family centric, with entertainment for all ages. Plan to attend the annual Fireman’s Barbecue before cheering your favorite team on during the annual Bed Races.
Celebrating 90 Years!
Planters Days, first held in 1922, is the longest continuously running civic celebration in the State of Washington.
What better way to begin your summer than a visit to historic Woodland, Washington, just 25 miles north of Portland, Oregon on interstate 5: your southern gateway to the Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument… more about us
The Woodland Planters Days 2012 Raffle was held on Sunday, June 17.
For a full list of raffle prizes and winners names please …Read More
A lot has happened in the last 90 years of Planters Days. This celebration is the oldest continuous community celebration in the Pacific Northwest. It’s hard to believe it started before the city of Longview even existed
Walter E. Hansen, Sr., Historian