History-rich Sedro-Woolley is named for two towns with logging and railroad origins that were combined in 1898. As the home of the North Cascades National Park headquarters office and the gateway to the North Cascades, Sedro-Woolley prides itself in providing great outdoor recreation as well as dining options for travelers through the region. Throughout the downtown you will see amazing wooden chainsaw carvings – as varied as the shops themselves. Riverfront Park and off-leash Bark Park are great opportunities for you and your pup to stretch your legs! The annual Loggerodeo event is the longest running Fourth of July celebration in the state.
Photos courtesy of Cascade Loop Scenic Byway
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