- TripBuzz found 342 things to do with kids in or near Woodinville, Washington, including 337 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kirkland, Seattle, Issaquah and Bellevue.
- From Gold Creek Trout Farm to Get In The Wild Adventures, the Woodinville area offers 100 different types of family activities, including: Other Adventures, Theaters, Gardens and Pond.
- Sitting on the Sammamish River, Woodinville is a suburb of Seattle. Considered part of Washington Wine Country, the town is home to numerous wineries and breweries with most featuring tastings, dinners and/or entertainment. Further, for food and culinary enthusiasts, Woodinville offers shopping at both a farmer's market and herb farm.
Visitors to Gold Creek Trout Farm don't need a fishing license, poles, or any other equipment as everything necessary is provided before fishing the stocked, shallow pond. They will also clean the fish and there are several picnic tables.
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13110 NE 177th Place, #342, Woodinville, WA 98072 MoreLess Info
Get in the Wild Adventures has family adventure vacations, vehicle basecamp vacations, and hardcore expiditions that include hiking, backpacking, canyoneering, and photography tours to fit all skill levels and ages.
14300 Northeast 145th Street, Woodinville, WA 98072 MoreLess Info
This aerial adventure is a 2.5 hour course of 50 foot cargo net, zip lines, and 15 kinds of cable crossings the end with you dodging Zeus' mallet. They offer a variety of team building events.
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16120 Woodinville Redmond Road NE, Woodinville, WA 98072 MoreLess Info
The Woodinville Repertory Theatre, a non-profit company founded in 1998, continues to show a variety of plays throughout the year in a comfortable setting for viewers of all ages. The theatre provides a fun atmosphere with a great crew.
Opened in 2008, 7C's Swim School is a school dedicated to teaching its students how to swim. In addition to teaching how to swim, the school also strives to help the students grow in confidence as well as safety knowledge.
Located on the banks of the Sammamish River, Park at Bothell Landing is situated on 5.87 acres consisting of trees and open grassy areas. It provides a children's playground, picnic areas with grills, restroom facilities, trail access and an amphitheater.
Blyth Park pays tribute to the playgrounds of the past, complete with a tire mountain, swing sets, and hiking trails. Families can enjoy the various amenities, including shaded picnic tables and public barbeque grills, to make a family outing fantastic and fun in Bothell, Washington.
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9919 NE 180th Street, Bothell, WA 98011 MoreLess Info
Open on Sundays, Bothell Historical Museum showcases the history of the region, detailing the arrival of the 19th century settlers up until events in the present day. The museum also has a historic schoolhouse located behind it.