Sedro Woolley is affectionately known as the "Gateway to the North Cascades" because it's location west of the majestic Cascade Mountain Range in the northwestern part Washington State. It is situated north of Seattle, Washington and south of Vancouver, B.C. on Highway 20, along the banks of the mighty Skagit River.
A visit to Sedro Woolley’s historic downtown is a trip back in time. The brick buildings, fronted with comfortable wood benches beneath old-fashioned light poles set the backdrop for the numerous chainsaw carvings and murals depicting the city’s colorful past as a logging town. Browsing the downtown district for clothing, furniture, hardware, fishing gear, health products, video rentals and a host of other services and goods is relaxing and at ease compared to the bustle of the Cascade Mall nearby.
Held the Week of July 4th ever year the Loggerodeo is Washington’s oldest 4th of July celebration. It features logging contests, parades, carnival attractions, a fun run, and a must see rodeo.
If you are looking to re-locate close to the I-5 corridor yet needing the quiet location for your family Sedro Woolley will deliver in Spades. The real estate market is on the up rise with plenty of deals on Homes, Waterfront Property, Condominiums and Land to build a custom home of your dreams.