|PARKS UPDATE: 6/30/2021
Reservable Facilities:(New Online Reservation System!)
- Community Reader Board, 340 Bingham Park Loop
The Community Reader Board is located at Bingham Park and is highly-visible from State Route 20. See the City of Sedro-Woolley Reader Board Rules for Use Agreement for details on who is eligible to post messages and what the message can contain. Requests should be submitted to the City Administrator for approval.
- Bingham Park, 340 Bingham Park Loop
The 2.6 acre Bingham Park was donated to the City in 1912 by the Bingham Family who were Sedro-Woolley Pioneers. It features a barbecue area that was built to honor longtime city resident and Rotarian Frederick Thompson. The park also features a 5 stall Recreational Vehicle Park. Bingham Park underwent a major reconstruction in 2014. The RV Park is open for year round use with a 5-night limit.
- Covered picnic shelter available by reservation
- RV Park with 50 amp power service, water, & sewer connections
Current RV Rates $40.00/night, debit or credit card only
Cash or check not accepted
Pay onsite, no reservations
- On site park caretaker
- Open Space
- Community Center, 703 Pacific Street
The 5,312 square foot Community Center located at Memorial Park is available by reservation year round for meetings, weddings, reunions, fundraisers, private parties, and other events. If extra space is needed, the building has the capacity to have outdoor tents installed on the large patio area on the south side of the building.
- Commercial Kitchen
- ADA Accessible Family Restroom
- Tables & Chairs
- Large Parking area
- Gas Fireplace
- AV System with Wifi
- Denny Engberg Memorial Field, 240 Fruitdale Road
Denny Engberg Memorial Field is a 5.38 acre City property that is currently leased to the Sedro-Woolley Youth Football Association.
- Hammer Heritage Square, 640 Metcalf Street
Dedicated in 2005, Hammer Heritage Square was a joint effort by the city, local service clubs, businesses, and community members. The park was named for the property’s original owner, Wyman Hammer, who’s family donated the property to the city. It serves as Sedro-Woolley’s town square and plays host to the Sedro-Woolley Farmers Market, and many other community events throughout the year. The 54’ tall clock tower has become a Sedro-Woolley Landmark. The gazebo is available to reserve for events.
- Clock tower
- Picnic Tables
- Harry Osborne Park and Caboose, SW of Borseth Street and SR 20
Located at the Intersection of State Route 20 and West Ferry Street, Harry Osborne Park & Caboose welcomes visitors and residents to Sedro-Woolley. It includes the “Welcome to Sedro-Woolley” Sign and an old locomotive engine that was used by area loggers in the mountains surrounding the city. Also located at the park is an 846-year-old section of a Douglas Fir tree with a 10’6” diameter that grew in Skagit County. The park is named for longtime Sedro-Woolley Resident Harry Osborne.
- 1913 Railroad Locomotive display
- Welcome to Sedro-Woolley sign
- 846-year-old Douglas Fir section
- Holland Drug Picnic Area, 810 Metcalf Street
The Holland Drug Picnic Area is a small area next to Holland Drug Building in downtown Sedro-Woolley. There is a picnic table where people can take a break from shopping or sit outside for lunch.
- Lions Park, North of Haines Street on SR 20
Lions Park is a small pocket park dedicated by the Sedro-Woolley Lions Club. It is mainly used as a picnic area for tourists crossing over the North Cascade Pass.
- Picnic Tables
- Memorial Park, 703 Pacific Street
The 3-acre Memorial Park was dedicated in the 1950’s to honor Sedro-Woolley’s veterans of the Spanish American War. The park property also includes the Community Center and Senior Center.
- Picnic tables
- Metcalf Park, 225 Metcalf Street
Metcalf Park is comprised of 2.8 acres, and was dedicated as a city park in 1923. The park was reconstructed between 2012 and 2018 with the addition of several amenities including the Erik K Tesarik Baseball Field, and the Sedro-Woolley Skate Park.
- Basketball Courts
- Sand Volleyball Court
- Erik K Tesarik Memorial Baseball Field
Used by several baseball teams throughout the spring and summer. This field is available for reservation.
- Sedro-Woolley Skate Board Park
The Sedro-Woolley Skagit Park opened in 2013. The skateboard park was constructed as a joint effort by the Sedro-Woolley Rotary Club, the City of Sedro-Woolley, and many other service clubs and volunteers. It was made possible by cash donations, grants, and volunteer hours. It is the premier skateboard facility in Skagit County.
- Olmsted Park, 1451 N Fruitdale Road
Olmsted Park consists of 14 acres. The property was formerly a portion of the Northern State Hospital Complex and was acquired by the city in 2017. The property includes Thompson Pond which is the home of the annual Wildcat Steelhead Club fishing derby. The city is currently in the design and fundraising stage of a project that will add many amenities to the property including restrooms, parking, picnic shelters and an ADA accessible fishing dock. If you would like to contribute to this project please contact the Parks Department at 360-855-1661.
- Riverfront Park, 1001 River Road
Riverfront Park consists of approximately 35 acres of city owned land on the Banks of the Skagit River. The property was developed by the city and the Sedro-Woolley Rotary Club and was dedicated in 1984. The park includes the Sedro-Woolley Off Leash Dog Park (Bark Park), and several sports fields. There are several facilities available for reservation at the park.
- On site Park Caretaker
- Covered Picnic Areas
- Boat Launch
- Off Leash Dog Park
- Liberty Swing
- Basketball Courts
- Volleyball Court
- Baseball/Softball Fields
- Picnic Tables with BBQ Grills
- Walking Paths
- Amphitheater (reserve)
- Small East Picnic Shelter (reserve)
- Large West Picnic Shelter (reserve)
- Riverfront Kiwanis Baseball/Softball Fields (reserve)
- Riverfront RV Park (reserve)
- Senior Center, 715 Pacific Street
The Sedro-Woolley Senior Center is owned by the city but operated by Skagit County Human Services. There is a lunch service and regularly scheduled activities for seniors during operating hours. See their web page for details. Private parties, residents and community groups may reserve portions of the Sedro-Woolley Senior Center Building for community meetings, classes, and other similar activities on a space available basis and upon approval of the Senior Center Coordinator.
- Winnie Houser Park and Playfield, 1400 Rhodes Road
Winnie Houser Park consists of 10 acres. The property was acquired by the city in 2012, and underwent a major renovation in 2020. The park is used by several youth sports leagues throughout the year. Fields are available for reservation.
- Sports Fields
- ADA accessible Walking Path
- Reed Street Park, 205 N Reed Street
This 2.6-acre property was acquired by the city in 2014, and the zoning was changed to public use in 2020. The city is currently in the planning stage for a future city park at this site. There is currently no estimated time for park development.