Bicycle helmets are required to join the tours

When it incorporated in 1871, Woodland was a bit larger than one square mile. This ride traces the historic boundaries (and a bit beyond) of the original city while wandering though some of Woodland’s picturesque neighborhoods. The ride will be about four miles, slow-paced with some stops.

Tour time: 9:00am, meet at the corner of 3rd St and Court St, in the post office parking lot.

Docent: Tony Buffington

Trees help define Woodland, the “City of Trees”. Join a leisurely bike tour of Woodland’s urban forest. Discover some of Woodland’s oldest trees, Luther Burbank’s paradox walnut tree and a “fossil tree” on a school campus.

10:30 am tour will begin at City Park, at the corner of Oak and Walnut Streets.

Docent: Steve Radosevich, Woodland Tree Foundation Board member.