Woodinville

Woodinville
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Woodinville residents come by their love of everything green naturally and are passionate about the city’s beautiful woodland landscape. Surrounded by the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, Woodinville is ideal for those who enjoy spending time outdoors. No matter what your passion is, you won’t have to go far to enjoy hot air ballooning, equestrian trails, backpacking, canoeing, fishing, rock climbing and wildlife watching adventures. Locally known for its Wine Country region, now expanded to include small boutique wineries, distilleries, and breweries scattered throughout the valley in addition to the original Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery—who’s amphitheater offers the much-loved summer concert seriesWine tours, chef-inspired paired wine dinners, fundraisers, and outdoor concerts are among the many Wine Country events hosted annually. Its also home to Molbaks Nursery, the largest and most comprehensive nursery in the Greater Puget Sound Region, draws garden enthusiasts throughout the state of Washington.

Woodinville is a charming mix of residential neighborhoods, light industrial areas, a revitalized town center and a popular tourist district.  Located east of Seattle and north of Kirkland, the Woodinville community enjoys the convenience of being near several major metropolitan centers while maintaining the livability of all that is great about small town life. An active calendar of small-town festivals, celebrations, and events occur throughout the year in Woodinville. Residents enjoy the Summer Concert Series at DeYoung Park and Cottage Lake Park. The Harvest Happening and The Great Pumpkin Hunt is a seasonal festival in late October. The Woodinville Lights Festival is a month-long celebration in December.  In the spring, the family-friendly annual Basset Bash parade and All Fools’ Day celebration is enjoyed by young and old. Both the Northshore School District and Lake Washington School District serve the residents of Woodinville in award-winning style.


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Woodinville Parks and Open Spaces

Woodinville Parks and Open Spaces

Cottage Lake Park
Cottage Lake is a 63-acre lake located about four miles east of the city of Woodinville. A county park is located on the north shore of the lake. The watershed encompasses approximately 4,300 acres in the upper Bear Creek Basin of northeastern King County and southern Snohomish County.

Sammamish River Trail
The Sammamish River Trail runs 10.9 miles along the Sammamish River from Bothell to Marymoor Park in Redmond as part of the “Locks to Lakes Corridor.” The SRT is paved its entire length and is one of King County’s most popular regional trails. The trail offers extraordinary views of the river, the broad Sammamish River Valley, Cascade foothills and Mt. Rainier. Bicyclists, joggers, skaters, walkers, and others enjoy the trail as a regional recreation resource.

Burke-Gilman Trail
The Burke-Gilman Trail runs more than 18 miles from Shilshole Bay in Seattle to Bothell, where it intersects the Sammamish River Trail. It is a paved over its entire length with the exception of an on-road segment in Ballard.

DeYoung Park
DeYoung Park is in the heart of downtown. Named after the DeYoung family, this park provides a tree-shaded spot for lunch and features unique artwork.

Rotary Community Park
Rotary Community Park provides a unique combination of active and passive recreation uses including a Skate/BMX park, playground, climbing boulder, art wall, trail and boardwalk system, and picnic area.

Wilmot Gateway Park
Woodinville’s first community park offers a playground, open play area, public art and connects to the Sammamish River Trail along the Sammamish River.

Woodin Creek Park
The park is located south of Wilmot Gateway Park and offers a picnic shelter, half-court basketball court, public art and also connects to the Sammamish River Trail.

Greenbrier Park
A small open grass play area.

Little Bear Creek Linear Park (undeveloped)
Future planned development of a linear trail system along the length of the Little Bear Creek.

Quail Ridge Park
Undeveloped park land at NE 171st Place and 125th Place NE.

Stonehill Meadows Park
A small play area with a play structure.

Tanglin Ridge Park
A small play area with a play structure.

Woodin Glen Park
Undeveloped park land donated by the Conner family at NE 190th Place.

Woodinville Heights Park
Woodinville’s first neighborhood park.

Lake Washington School District

Lake Washington School District

Lake Washington School District serves approximately 29,000 students at 31 elementary schools, 13 middle schools and 9 high schools. Its footprint covers 76 square miles and is the public school district for the cities of Kirkland and Redmond, and portions of Sammamish, Bothell and Woodinville.

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Northshore School District

Northshore School District

Northshore School District serves more than 21,000 students in Bothell, Kenmore, Woodinville and areas of unincorporated King and Snohomish counties. The district is known statewide and nationally for academic excellence at its 20 elementary schools, 6 junior high schools, 3 comprehensive high schools, and an alternative high school.

Northshore School District
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