Sedro-Woolley, WA

Sedro-Woolley, Washington began as a logging town and features a close-knit community that hosts the annual well known Sedro-Woolley Loggerodeo every July. Locally created wood carvings, historical murals, old-fashioned lamp posts, luxurious flower baskets, flags, and banners alternately decorate the main streets of the iconic town. Sedro-Woolley is a gateway to the scenic North Cascades Highway, the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, and the North Cascades National Park. Public golf and parks are quite popular. Riverfront Park includes the normal picnic and comfort amenities, and also a boat launch and RV area. United General Hospital and associated partners are the medical hub and provider for the northeast sector of Skagit County.

Sedro-Woolley treasures its history and is justifiably proud of the Sedro-Woolley Museum. There is an annual Founders Day in September, which traditionally re-enacts a famous 1914 bank robbery. The town originally was named “Bug”, but was later renamed for the Spanish word Sedra (they misspelled the name) by settlers. Phillip Woolley, established a town close by and in 1898 they agreed to join their names – thus, Sedro-Woolley. Always on the cutting edge of technology, this is the town to keep an eye on!

A perfect destination to relocate to if you are looking for real estate that is away from the hustle and bustle of normal city life. Sedro-Woolley has lovely historic homes, newer modern offerings, nice farms and rural acreage. There are mountain views and/or river access for fishing If you are considering vacant land for yourself or as a real estate investment, you will quickly discover why those who live in Sedro-Woolley are happy to call this their home!