History of Woodland, Utah
Taken from the Utah Palce Names. (Links Added)


Woodland (Summit)* is a small rural community on the Provo River and U-35, four miles southeast of Francis. The area was first settled in 1867 by Hans Larson. The site is in a beautiful woodland country where mine timbers and railroad ties were harvested from the surrounding forests then floated down to Provo via the Provo River.

John W. Van Cott

* Note: According to Liz Palmier, Wasatch County Recorder, "the Woodland area south of the Provo River is
in Wasatch County, any north of the Provo River is in Summit County."
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