Parks & Recreation

Facilities

FACILITIES:

Business Office and Reservations
325 Metcalf Street
Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284

8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday (360) 855-1661

Reservation Disclaimer: All full payment reservations are made on first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are accepted up to one year in advance (no exceptions). If the desired date falls on the weekend, the following business day will apply.


City Parks and Public Facilities Map

BARK PARK
1002 River Road
 
Bark_Park The City Bark Park was completed in 2008 to provide a leash-free zone for dog owners. Rules are posted at the park.
   
BINGHAM PARK
340 Bingham Park Loop
Capacity: 50
Use Agreement
Bingham_Playground_1  Bingham Park was donated to the City by Sedro-Woolley Pioneers and the Bingham Family. It includes a playground, restroom, picnic shelter, potable water, a 5-space RV Park ($30/night), tent camping ($10/night) and open space. It features a barbecue area that was built to honor longtime city resident and Rotarian Frederick Thompson. Bingham Park underwent a major reconstruction in 2014.
   
COMMUNITY CENTER
703 Pacific Street
Capacity: 275
Use Agreement
 commun1 - Copy - Copy The Community Center has a full kitchen, tables and chairs, large parking area and a gas fireplace.
   
DENNY ENGBERG FIELD
240 Fruitdale Road
 
 photo_pending Description pending.
   
HAMMER HERITAGE PARK
640 Metcalf Street
 
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Dedicated in 2005, Hammer Heritage Square was a joint effort by the City, several service clubs and community members. It includes a gazebo, clock tower, public restrooms, a waterfall and a mural. It serves as a town square and memorial area for Sedro-Woolley residents past and present. It is named for the property's original owner, Wyman Hammer, who's family donated the property to the City.
   
HARRY OSBORNE PARK
AND CABOOSE
SW of Borseth Street and SR 20
 
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Harry Osborne Park & Caboose welcomes visitors and residents to Sedro-Woolley. It includes the "Welcome to Sedro-Woolley" sign and an old steam train that was used by area loggers in the mountains surrounding the city. The park is named for longtime Sedro-Woolley resident Harry Osborne.
   
HOLLAND DRUG PICNIC AREA
810 Metcalf Street
 
 Holland_Drug_Picnic_Area 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 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. Water, picnic tables and barbecue pits are available, but there are no restrooms.
 
MEMORIAL PARK
703 Pacific Street
 Capacity: 50
 memori3 Memorial Park was dedicated in the 1950's to honor Sedro-Woolley's veterans of the Spanish American War. It includes a playground, restroom, picnic shelter and open space. The Public Library, Community Center and Senior Center are located at the park.
 
RIVER BOAT LAUNCH
1001 River Road
 
river_boat_launch Next to Riverfront Park
   
RIVERFRONT PARK AMPHITHEATER
1001 River Road
 Use Agreement
Riverfront_Park_Amphitheater  The Riverfront Park Amphitheater was completed in 2008. It is available for community plays, weddings and other events.
   
RIVERFRONT PARK MAIN SHELTERS
1001 River Road
 Use Agreement
sm_river_shelter The Small Shelter features a sink with hot and cold water, three electrical outlets, refrigerator, BBQ pit and restrooms.

Capacity: 50
   
lg_river_shelter  The Large Shelter features a sink with hot and cold water, five electrical outlets, refrigerator, BBQ pit, restrooms and a playground.

Capacity: 100
   
RIVERFRONT PARK ROTARY SHELTER
1001 River Road
 
rotary_shelter Available on a first come, first serve basis - no reservations accepted or required.
   
RIVERFRONT RV PARK
1001 River Road
 
rivef_rv2 Riverfront RV Park offers 28 RV spaces with power and water ($25/night), 10 tent spaces with water only ($10/night) and restrooms located in shelter areas. There is an RV dumpsite available at 401 Alexander Street.

The RV Park Host is in space 17. View the map for details.
   
SENIOR CENTER
715 Pacific Street
 Use Agreement
senior_center  Private parties, residents and community groups may rent 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:

Ellen Schweigert
eschweigert@co.skagit.wa.us
360-855-1531
   
SKATE PARK
225 Metcalf Street
 
skate_park  The Sedro-Woolley Skate 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 many cash donations and volunteer hours. It is the premier skateboard facility in Skagit County. You can see a live camera view of the park at www.swskatepark.com.

Our skate park is home to the annual Sedro-Woolley Skateboard Competition held in September. See the Skate Park Facebook Page for more info.
   
TESARIK PARK AND PLAYFIELD
225 Metcalf Street
 
Tesarik_Field  Used by several baseball teams throughout the spring and early summer. The skateboard park and outdoor basketball court are nextdoor.
   
WINNIE HOUSER PARK AND PLAYFIELD
1400 Rhodes Road
 
 winnie_houser_soccer_fields3_layout2 Preliminary map of the Houser Playfields Project
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