Only an hour north of Seattle, you’ll feel a world away from the big city in the quiet, charming town of Sedro-Woolley. Originally a frontier town with roots in the logging industry, Sedro-Woolley’s downtown area is dotted with murals displaying the area’s rich history. Many of the community’s original buildings still stand today as storefronts for retail shops and restaurants.
Sedro-Woolley is a great place for dogs! The city’s Bark Park is a large fenced-in area where your pooch will love to romp and roll off-leash in the grass. There are benches in the shade where humans can hang out while pups play. The park has a drinking fountain, but you’ll need to bring your own cleanup baggies.
After you and Fido work up an appetite, grab some grub at the Iron Skillet. This diner has a pet-friendly outdoor seating area where your leashed pup is welcome to join you while you chow down.
Need a place to stay the night? Just five miles away in Burlington, the Fairfield Inn and Suites loves to host people and their pups. There’s a small fee for pets to stay overnight.
Sedro-Woolley has two veterinary clinics that can provide annual exams or urgent care to your furry friend.
So get away for a weekend, or a lifetime, in Sedro-Woolley!