Cowlitz County, WA
City of Woodland
Woodland offers top notch recreation and thriving business and industrial areas
A Growing Community
The City of Woodland is home to a little over 6,000 residents with the greater Woodland area boasting nearly 10,000 persons.
Port of Woodland
The Port of Woodland finds itself uniquely primed for development. Its Rose Way Industrial Park is a $4 million investment in infrastructure and will soon have buildings available for lease by light industrial and manufacturing businesses. As a community partner, the Port of Woodland places importance in economic growth, but also strives to provide recreational opportunities and improve the quality of life of residents and visitors.
South Gateway to Mout St. Helens
Woodland is home to the southern entrance to Mount St. Helens: a great place for adventurers of all skill levels. Along State Highway 503 you can find camping at one of many pristine lakes or winter sports at Marble Mountain Snow Park. Summit Mount St. Helens via Climber’s Bivouac or hike to June Lake, Lewis River Falls, or the Ape Caves. Visit the historic Cedar Creek Grist Mill or learn about the Native Peoples of North America through a living history performance at the Lelooska Foundation and Cultural Center. Whether you would like to fish, hike, mountain bike, ride horses, kayak, boat or visit the many small communities along the way – the south gateway to Mount St. Helens has something for everyone!
Perfect for Families & Visitors
Live, Work, Play
Cowlitz County has a strong business environment, centrally located within Washington, with access to a range of transportation alternatives, giving your business an affordable advantage.
As the main source of industrial property in Cowlitz County, our three ports have both the infrastructure and expertise needed for successful development.
Cowlitz County has something for everyone – biking, hiking, fishing, hunting, boating, sports, festivals, arts, theater and so much more!