Winlock was a major producer of eggs for much of the 20th century, shipping its poultry products throughout the world and creating a name for itself. Today, the town pays tribute to that history in several ways.

Egg Days, the city’s two-day summer festival generally held in June, pays tribute to that history with a parade, car show and the annual tradition of feeding a free egg salad sandwich lunch to visitors. The World’s Largest Egg — so confirmed by Ripley’s Believe It or Not! — serves as a visual centerpiece of the town’s history and currently displays its 12th Man pride for the Seattle Seahawks.

The city is also home to a regionally-renowned music festival, the Winlock Pickers Fest, that takes place each July.

Two museums call the Winlock area home. The recently restored Winlock Historical Museum showcases the region’s roots in the timber and poultry industries through exhibits providing a vivid glimpse of yesteryear. The Renegade Rooster is a private collection of artifacts from the charming to the downright charming.

Check out the City of Winlock's website here!

How to get there: From Interstate 5, take Exit 63 and head west on State Route 505 about 5 miles into the heart of Winlock.

Food and More In and Around Winlock

The Club

318 NE 1st St.
Winlock, WA
(360) 785-3143


114 Cedar Crest Drive,
Winlock, WA
(360) 785-4161

Places to stay nearby

Lewis and Clark State Park

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Starting at: $12.00

River Oaks RV Park & Campground

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Starting at: $35.00

RiversEdge Lodge & RV Park

Toledo, South
Starting at: $12.50

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