Stroll and shop in the historic downtown.
Check out the murals downtown inspired by Darius Kinsey, a world-famous photographer of Western scenery, logging and railroads. He ha d a photo studio in Sedro-Woolley in the late 1890’s.
Enjoy the downtown statues – life-size works of chainsaw art carved out of cedar logs at Loggerodeo.
Visit the Sedro-Woolley Museum where exhibits are designed to resemble stores and businesses in a turn-of-the-century village. New displays were implemented in 2011.
Walk the trails at the Northern State Recreation Area east of town, and bring a frisbee to play “golf” on a special course.
Picnic at Riverfront Park on the banks of the Skagit River.
Stop by the old steam logging locomotive on Highway 20 on the west side of town, and imagine her bringing loads of “green gold” from the forests.