Craving a fresh slice of homestyle apple pie?
Or maybe you’re looking for a quality brunch and that perfect coffee to start your day.
The City of Woodsend is a proud supporter of Sugarplum’s Diner, the only classic 50’s diner in Whitetail County!
On behalf of everyone at the Woodsend Community Board, I am proud to announce the winner of the Maryfield Fair’s 2013 Super Squash contest…
Congratulations Jeffrey Dorsey, whose prize pumpkin came in first place on Saturday at a whopping 2,506 pounds!
Jeffrey Dorsey is the owner of the Dorsey Ranch Equestrian Training Center and a long-time resident of the quaint village of Red Oak, Whitetail County. The colossal gourd, which he has aptly nicknamed “Munch” in anticipation for this upcoming Halloween, took first place on Saturday at the Maryfield Fair after a growing time of 7 months. His $5000 prize was generously donated to the Woodsend General Medical Center while a gleaming trophy sits proud on his mantlepiece.
We wish Jeffrey all the best with his agricultural hobby and hope he returns next year to wow us again with another monster squash!
The Woodsend Visitor Guide website has been taken offline due to a number of unknown technical issues. In the meantime, this temporary reconstruction can help you plan your visit to the historical region of Woodsend. We apologize for the inconvenience.
— Woodsend Community Board