- Our list of the best things to do in Woodinville, Washington, features the top 478 nearby activities — including 196 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Woodinville, WA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Food & Drink, and Museums & Galleries.
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Furry canine friends can enjoy exercise, social time and tail waggin' fun at the Sequim Off Leash Dog Park. The one-acre park features separate fenced grassy areas for small and large dogs, and restrooms and benches for their people.
100% 5 votes
1442 Port Williams Road, Sequim, WA 98382 MoreLess Info
The Port Williams Lavender Farm is a local family-owned farm that specializes in the production of lavender. Visitors to the farm commonly purchase items from the farm's gift shop and enjoy the picturesque scenery that the farm has to offer.
The Tulip Valley Winery produces Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Pinot Noir wines and semi-sweet ciders produced from Skagit Valley apples. The location's tasting room is open from May 5th to October 31st.
50% 6 votes
16163 State Route 536, Mount Vernon, WA 98273 MoreLess Info
Tulip Valley Vineyard & Orchard is a vineyard and orchard that offers a wide selection of ciders and wines. The tasting room is in a barn which is also available for rent for an art show or meeting.
Dungeness Recreation Area is 216 acres and offers a mile-long bluff trail with picnic sites, a pocket picnic area, a group picnic area with shelter and equestrian trails. The campground is open year round with 66 premium campsites.
Running alongside the northern part of the Olympic Peninsula, the Olympic Discovery Trail spans 120 miles and connects to various ports and beaches. The trail features hiking and sightseeing with views of the Dungeness sand spit and miles of forest.
This little museum and art center is packed full of local art and history exhibits. The knowledgeable staff provides lots of interesting facts and information on the artifacts, art and local history. Also available are classes, shopping, and annual events.
Operating in Washingtonâ€™s scenic Skagit Valley area, Tulip Country Bike Tours offers guided bicycle tours of the beautiful tulip fields in the valley. The company also offers bike rentals for visitors who want to guide their own tours.