Sedro-Woolley is a small community with a charming, historic downtown on the banks of the scenic Skagit River. It's a stepping stone to the North Cascades being located right on the edge of the Cascade Mountain range.
Sedro-Woolley is the kind of American small town that was founded on hard work and a strong pioneer spirit, something you can see in beautiful photographs by renown photographer Darius Kinsey at the Sedro-Woolley Museum. Downtown you'll also find murals inspired by his work that depict the history of the area, replicas of gas lamps and statues carved from cedar wood logs, making Sedro Woolley a unique kind of place.
Explore the stunning Skagit River by boat tour or take a picnic to have by the lovely shores. Then walk the trails at the Northern State Recreation Area east of town.
Pay a visit to the steam logging locomotive on Highway 20 on the west side of town, and try to imagine what village life was like back when she was in action.
Summertime is best in Sedro Woolley for all the outdoor activities and the fun of the river and hiking areas.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Sedro Woolley. The hottest month in Sedro Woolley is April, when temperatures peak at 86 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to 19 ˚F. The wettest month in Sedro Woolley is March with 4.38 inches of rain, while the driest month is July with 0.03 inches of rain.