Free, guided bicycle tours will be led by trained guides who explain the architectural features and history during stops at significant buildings on the tour.
Each bike tour is approximately 1 to 2 miles long.
There will be two 90-minute tours this year, with the first one beginning at 9 a.m. and the next at 11 a.m. Bring your bicycle and helmet. Helmets are required.
The two tours this year are named “Park To Park” and will highlight Woodland’s two most established parks, Beamer Park and City Park. The tour will begin behind the Woodland Opera House at the foot of Dead Cat Alley. Tours will pedal down the alley and then roll on over to Beamer Park, a development first started a century ago.
From there, participants will continue through some of Woodland’s most historic neighborhoods, noting points of interest and many different architectural styles. The tour group will spend time at City Park, in which the land was purchased and donated by the Woodland Women’s Improvement Club in 1909.