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An amazing array of things to do and places to see has flourished alongside the wineries and tasting rooms in Woodinville. In fact, the rural beauty of the area and the roots of the farming community have been here for generations.

Many of the local treasures listed below feature special events all year round. For more information about Washington State activities while you’re here, or for help planning an itinerary that makes the most of your stay with us, please contact our concierge at guestservices@willowslodge.com

rows of wine caskets


Woodinville Wine Country is all around us, with about 120 wineries and tasting rooms representing every appellation in Washington State.  For more information on planning your wine country tour and tastings, click here.  For transportation and winery tours, please check the companies listed below.

distillery equipment


Woodinville's distilleries produce fine spirits that are putting our region on the map for more than wine.

Washington golf course


There are many beautiful and challenging golf courses in the Puget Sound area, as well as several TPC courses nearby.  For more information, please see the links below.  For help with tee times, contact the concierge.

Bellevue Square


Redmond Town Center is just a few miles away from the lodge and includes specialty shops and restaurants.

Experience over 250 world-class retail brands, including Nordstrom, along with dozens of fine dining establishments at Bellevue Square in the heart of downtown Bellevue.  Also in Bellevue, Lincoln Square and The Shops at the Bravern,  home to a high-end collection of shops including Neiman Marcus, Hermes and Gucci.

Gardening store


Woodinville is home to the original Molbak's, a landmark for garden lovers since 1956, with over a million visitors a year.  Browse the everchanging display of plants in its 16-acre greenhouse and nursery, along with hundreds of alluring gifts for home and garden.

You'll find the world's largest selection of all-natural sea salt at Saltworks - over 100 varieties of premium artisan salts.  Sample an array of products and take home some bath and spa salts or gourmet sea salts for culinary use.

fresh herbs and vegetables


See a century-old cider press in action at Off the Branch Farm.  Enjoy fresh-pressed varietal ciders, and shop the 90-year old barn store for apple butter, applesauce, apple chips, Blue Cottage jams, local honey and apple syrup.

Shop 21 Acres, the year-round indoor Farm Market at this community-based demonstration farmstead devoted to sustainable living.  Located in a beautiful rural setting, 21 Acres also offers special events and classes in its Learning Center and Demonstration Kitchen.

bike riding


The Burke Gilman Trail, a 26-mile paved trail borders Willows Lodge and runs all the way into Seattle.  The multi-use trail is perfect for a scenic walk, run, or bike ride.  The lodge has complimentary bikes available to check-out through our Guest Services.


Bicycle Adventures explores the very best of the Pacific Northwest and Seattle by bike.  Ride all the way from the Woodlands of the Cascade Range downhill into Woodinville Wine Country and into the heart of Seattle's waterfront.

Duffy Boats NW


Duffy Electric Boats NW provides a fun, environmentally friendly activity on Lake Washington. The six boat fleet of 21' Duffy Electric boats can be rented by the hour from Marina Park in Kirkland.

Each boat holds 10 comfortably, up to 12 maximum. No boater's permit required as the electric boats are less than 15hp. Bring your own food and drinks, connect your playlist to a great stereo, and enjoy the beautiful scenery all around you. For more information, reach out to Duffy Boats NW directly.



White river rafting and kayaking are popular on the Skykomish and Sammamish Rivers.  During summer months, paddleboards and kayaks are available for rent through Whats Sup.  The nearby mountains are filled with hiking trails.

hot air ballooning


Experience the peace and beauty of the Sammamish River Valley with Let's Go Ballooning as you soar high in the air with scenic views of Mt. Rainier, the Seattle skyline and picturesque Woodinville.



Cruise to the spectacular San Juan Islands to see orcas and humpback whales frolic in the waters just a little over an hour north of Seattle.  Puget Sound Express departs from Edmonds, WA.  See gray whales migrate through the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Puget Sound in the Spring and then experience a 4 1/2 hour trip featuring a menagerie of whales, porpoises, dolphins, seals, sea lions, otters, shorebirds and many other species of marine life during the Summer and Fall.

For additional information on Woodinville and things to do in the area, check out Visit Woodinville.