Tucked away among soaring trees, nestled in the beautiful Sammamish River Valley a bit north of Seattle, lies the quaint town of Bothell. Visitors come to explore the plentiful outdoor adventure opportunities, while others enjoy its convenient shopping and dining options. Not quite the fast paced urban feel of Seattle, yet full of hospitality and all the amenities a big city can offer.
Bothell is conveniently located next to the major Interstates of 405 and I-5. Its proximity offers a central location for day trips to the mountains and coast, as well as easy access to Seattle’s downtown and waterfront, Woodinville’s wine country and many other regional attractions. There is also plenty to do right in town.
Bothell is home to one of three University of Washington campuses (the other two are in Seattle and Tacoma). Bike or walk the tranquil Sammamish River Trail along the waterway, golf at 18-hole Wayne Golf Course, take a walking tour of the downtown area or investigate historical attractions like the 1880s-era Pioneer Cemetary.
Just five minutes away, Woodinville has more than 100 wineries, distilleries and breweries, including Red Hook Brewery, Woodinville Whiskey Co. and Columbia Winery. Learn more about Washington Wine Country.
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