Getting Around Woodinville
With over 120 wineries and four distinct wine districts, Woodinville Wine Country presents a mind-boggling array of options. To help make your trip easier, we’ve compiled the best options for making your way from one taste to another.
ARRIVE BY CAR, PROCEED ON FOOT
Getting to Woodinville by car is an easy drive from almost anywhere in the Greater Seattle Area, with easy access from I-405, WA-522, and WA-520. Uber and Lyft services are available here, and larger venues and events offer designated pick-up and drop-off lots. Most of the wine districts are walkable, so plan your day around one district, park once, and spend the day strolling and sipping.
Biking is one the easiest, most enjoyable ways to get around wine country. The Hollywood and West Valley districts are easily accessible by bicycle from both the Burke-Gilman and Sammamish River trails. Parking the car at Bothell Landing (where there’s a convenient LimeBike station) it’s a flat, three-mile ride along the river to Woodinville. Coming from the Eastside, park at Marymoor Park in Redmond and pedal through the Sammamish Valley to the Hollywood District. Another option is to bring your bike aboard Metro Transit, get off at the Woodinville Park & Ride, and pedal from there.
GO ON TOUR
Take your mind off the road and put it squarely on the reserve by leaving the driving and parking to one of our local wine tour professionals. Fewer vehicle worries and a seasoned guide to the best wine experiences can make all the difference between a good and a great day of tasting. Take a look at our tour providers that offer a variety of options – from private town car to shuttle bus or even a 15-person party bike – to create your ultimate tasting tour.