Charbonneau Golf Club cloaks the tree-studded countryside with three executive-length, nine-hole courses. The 18-hole course combination that presents the longest total yardage?the yellow nine and the green nine?presents 4,261 yards of tee-to-green challenges. Though there are no par 5s on any of the courses, a variety of lengthy par 3s and four par 4s that exceed 300 yards will present various difficulties for golfers playing from the longest tees. Water hazards come into play on six of the 27 holes, adding variety to the course?s natural hazards of thick tree-lines and quicksand bunkers. Before rounds, golfers can warm up at a practice complex that includes a putting green, chipping area, and a large driving range.
Course at a Glance:
27-hole course complex
Can combine any two nines for an 18-hole round
Maximum length of 4,261 yards from farthest tees
Water comes in play on six holes
Three tee options
Often hosting open studio?where any and all are welcome to use the space to create art?ALT Creative Studio embraces a free and low-key approach to visual arts. For adults, 21+ classes led by professional artists allow participants to sip on self-brought wine while completing an acrylic painting using materials that are provided by the studio. Other disciplines include collage, mixed-media, and cartoon-drawing, while birthday parties celebrate both the endeavor of creativity and the millions of people who were born that day.
The Oregon Wine Garden gathers a huge selection of wines from across the state in one picturesque location at The Charbonneau Village Center. The villa-esque grounds overlook the manicured lawns and trees of a country club, creating a verdant backdrop for wine tastings and tours. The wine store features community favorites and hard-to-find bottles that visitors can sample, or pair with New American eats at the restaurant. Guests thirsty for knowledge can explore the history of wine in the region through the Wine History Center's exhibits.
Visit Wilsonville Lanes 22 contemporary lanes with high stake games. Bowlers can toss some money into the jackpot and participate in one of three games: Spin the Wheel, 4x4, or Blackjack. Of course, these games are a bit different than the ones played on card tables or by dogs in paintings. For example, Blackjack players bowl four shots on four different lanes, instead of flipping cards, seeking a fallen-pin count of 21 to win the jackpot.
Wilsonville Lanes has plenty to keep guests entertained. In addition to family-friendly bowling, which includes Cosmic Bowling on Fridays and Saturdays, the alley also boasts an arcade, Wi-Fi, 8 HD TVs, and pool tables. Plus, the cafe serves up burgers, hot dogs, and salads to keep players fueled between games.