The Wineries at Woodland is a mixed use, waterfront, commercial development located in Woodland, Washington. The site is well positioned along I-5 at a major interchange and nestled beside the beautiful Lewis River.
Plans call for 37,500 sf of specialty retail; a mix that will include wine tasting rooms, spas, gourmet foods, coffee, river front restaurants. In addition, a 60-room hotel will be built on the site. Property enhancements for the project include a public park with a gazebo, lawns and picnic grounds, a small amphitheater for music events, walking trails along riverbank, public plazas and more.
Woodland, WA. In addition to sitting along the Lewis River, The Wineries at Woodland commercial center is adjacent to a major I-5 interchange (85,000 ADV) that leads to four significant lakes, numerous mountain streams, miles of hikable trails and a championship public golf course. This interchange is commonly referred to as the southern gateway to the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.
Washington wineries are located throughout the state, but one of the most under-represented regions is the southwest portion of Washington. Cascadia Development Partners is preparing to help fill that void by developing this nearly 7-acre parcel that will offer the opportunity to reach into the attractive Portland metropolitan area – just 17 miles away – with over 2.6 million residents, offering wineries and retailers abundant opportunities to reach a large and growing wine consumer base.
Other local attractions include the Woodland Tulip Festival, Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens, Cedar Creek Grist Mill, Chief Lalooska Lodge, Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument and the Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge; all attracting literally hundreds of thousands of visitors annually.