Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for a 2.5-hour aerial-adventure-park outing and winery or distillery tasting, valid April–May ($100 value)
- $59 for a 2.5-hour aerial-adventure-park outing and winery or distillery tasting, valid June–October ($100 value)
Equipped with all-access passes, visitors are set free to play on, climb across, and explore the park’s collection of outdoor aerial challenges. Cable crossings, rope swings, and platform jumps are suspended 50 feet off the ground and are accessible by a continuous belay system that renders palanquin-bearing monkeys obsolete. The park also features 50-foot climbable cargo-net access points and a state-of-the-art zipline system, giving guests a more stylish way to exit conversations than yelling "Kazaam!" and vanishing in a puff of glitter. After soaking up waves of adrenaline while aloft, visitors return to earth to a tasting at a selection of wineries and distilleries in Woodinville Wine Country.
At its core, the Adventure Park at Redhook is a "jungle gym built for adventurers." But more than that, it provides visitors with an escape from the everyday drudgery of stuffy offices, boring paperwork, and tedious leg-walking. For the park’s creators, the lush Pacific Northwest countryside that stretches out around the park is the office. They’re a band of adventurers themselves, and they designed Adventura as a way for others to experience the growth, laughter, and connections that seem to bloom naturally outdoors.
Of course, Adventura puts its own spin on spending time outdoors by filling Woodinville Wine Country with a series of sky-high exploits. With the park typically booked 45 days in advance, visitors can be found leaping from decks, balancing precariously on cables 50 feet off the ground, or scaling cargo nets throughout most of the year.
94% of 665 customers recommend
“bring gloves and have a great time!!!”
“Go at your own comfort level and pace if you can't do a challenge don't beat yourself up for it it is supposed to be fun”
“Have fun and be brave! The course is bigger than it looks.”