Picture of Horseshoe Lake taken by Noel Johnson from the air.
Photography by Noel Johnson - Click to enlarge.
Horseshoe Lake, is located on the Cowlitz-Clark County line, in the City of Woodland. This 85 acre lake has a maximum depth of 16 feet and a mean depth of 6 feet. There are three miles of shoreline including Horseshoe Lake Park. When US 99 (now I-5) was built in 1940 a bend in the river was isolated and became Horseshoe Lake.
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People born in Montana celebrated together at a reunion event in Horseshoe Lake Park in August 2014. They enjoyed all kinds of good food and conversation. It was a fun time. Click here for more pictures.
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Hottest Day So Far - 2014
Woodland Fishing Derby
Tree Planting at Horseshoe Lake Park
The City of Woodland planted some beautiful trees at Horseshoe Lake on March 16, 2010. Watch them grow. Click here for more pictures.
Sternwheeler Replica Project in Woodland, WA - Click above for more info.
Wedding of Matthew Patching and Melody Bockhahn
Matt and Malinda took their wedding vows under partly cloudy skies, in the Gazebo at Horseshoe Lake Park, in Woodland, on June 13, 2009. It was a beautiful wedding with a beautiful bride and groom. The flower girl was too cute. The white flowing wedding gown elicited wows form everyone. Friends and relatives from far and wide attended. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Patching the newly wedded couple. Click here for more pictures and information.
Grass Carp Planted in Horseshoe Lake
On May 27, 2009 250 Grass Carp were planted in Woodland's Horseshoe Lake. Rich Cuniningham with Opaline Aqua-Farm delivered the fish. The carp keep the lake clean by eating excess aquatic plant material (milfoil). The fish are sterile, triploid fish. The process for producing triploid fish involves shocking eggs with rapid change in temperature or pressure. Click here for more pictures.
Spring 2008 at Horseshoe Lake Park
Horseshoe Lake Park, right in downtown Woodland, is our greatest public resource enjoyable by all. The following photographs depict the good and memorable times enjoyed by entire families on the first warm days in spring of 2008. Click here for more pictures.
Friends of the Woodland Community Library sponsored Art in the Park at Horseshoe Lake Park on September 6, 2008. Click here for more pictures.
Woodland Announced as Tree City USA, 2008
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Skateboard Park Dedication
The Boston Terrier Club of Portland, Oregon held their 7th Annual Boston Tea Party at Horseshoe Lake Park in Woodland, Washington on Saturday August 25, 2007 from 11 am to 7 pm. For more information, click here. Fore more pictures, click here.
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The lake is open for fishing year around. It is a great spot for the whole family and a perfect place to teach the kids how to fish. Rainbow and brown trout are planted as are some steelhead and brood trout. There are some bass and other warm water fish also.
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Woodland Planter's Days events include a carnival at|
Horseshoe Lake Park.
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