Woodinville is a city of outstanding natural beauty. The Sammamish River runs through it, with picturesque views to take in on your lunch break or after work. There are also many places for people who enjoy outdoor activities like fishing and swimming.
The economy here is a mix of light industrial, retail, and tourism. And the northeast corner of Washington has so much to offer, including scenic beauty with majestic views from Mount Ranier showing off beside downtown Bellevue all way down towards Seattle.
It is also home to two scenic and historic rail lines. The Woodinville Subdivision was once used by the Spirit of Washington Dinner Train, which departed from Columbia Winery.
The town lies at the crossroads between two school districts. The Northshore School District serves most of Woodinville, but some portions fall into Lake Washington School District southwest corner.
Woodinville's best asset might be its people, whether they're wine growers who've made their mark on America's quality award-winning wines industry or boat owners building vessels for adventure seekers around.