Seventeen different parks are located in Woodburn along with trails, ponds, and other natural attractions. Centennial Park has something for everyone with picnic shelters, playgrounds, and a pathway system. Soccer fields, baseball fields, and basketball courts are located inside the park as well. If you want a place to take your furry friends, visit the dog park located right in Woodburn. Mill Creek Greenway is a large trail where you can walk or jog to get a view at the landscaping of the area. The trail winds around Hermanson Pond for added beauty.
Back in Time
The historical significance of Woodburn is noted in the different landmarks throughout the city. The founder of Woodburn built the Jesse H. Settlemier House in 1892. A museum is located inside the grand house and is often used as a venue for special events such as weddings and reunions. This building is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The World’s Berry Center Museum is home to vintage photographs, artifacts, and old farm equipment for another little taste of history. Theatrical presentations take place at this museum throughout the year due to bungalow theater projectors located inside.