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Dog Areas in Sedro Woolley

8 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
1 Eatery
5 Groomers
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!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sedro Woolley

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,002/sq mi

    #1 Route 9/ Cove Rd

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    You and your pooch will love the Route 9/ Cove Rd neighborhood in Sedro-Woolley. This neighborhood’s Riverfront Park is a pawpular spot to hang out for pups and their people. The park has lots of covered picnic areas, barbecue grills and benches. Beautiful river views, walking paths and large open grassy areas make Riverfront Park an excellent place to get some exercise with Fido. There’s also restrooms and a playground for kiddos. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout Riverfront Park, as long as you bring your own doggie waste bags and cleanup after your pup. Sedro-Woolley’s fenced-in off-leash Bark Park is located just across the street from Riverfront Park.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,054/sq mi

    #2 Sedro-Woolley City Center

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    Looking to log some miles with Fido? Head to Sedro-Woolley’s City Center neighborhood. There, you can hop on the 22.5-mile Cascade Trail. You’ll find this trailhead at Polte Rd and Coffman Ln. You and your leashed pup will love the scenery along this Rail-Trail with its lush vegetation and mature trees shading the path. Biking and horseback riding are also pawpular activities, as is fishing in the river that runs adjacent to the trail. Other fur-iendly, fun spots in the City Center neighborhood include several parks. Lions Park, Memorial Park and Bingham Park are pawsome places for picnics and short walks. Learn more about Sedro-Woolley’s history at the Harry Osborne Park and Caboose, where you can see part of an original steam train used by loggers in olden days. Leashed dogs are welcome at the parks, just remember to bring cleanup baggies.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,034/sq mi

    #3 Nevitt Rd/ Avon Cutoff

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    You’ll find lots of tail-wagging fun just four miles from Sedro Woolley in the Nevitt Rd/ Avon Cutoff neighborhood in Burlington! The neighborhood’s Jason Boerner Memorial Park has lots of open space where you and your leashed pup can get some exercise. There’s a pleasant picnic area, a playground and lots of trees. Just a few blocks away, Grafton Park has a walking path, covered picnic area and an interesting water sculpture made from an old chimney. You and Fido will also have fun at the neighborhood’s Alpha Park located in Burlington’s business district. There’s lush grass and lots of shade, making this a pawpular spot for picnics in warmer months. Remember to bring baggies and cleanup after your pup.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,947/sq mi

    #4 Burlington City Center

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    There’s lots of fun waiting for you and your pup in Burlington’s City Center neighborhood, just four miles from Sedro-Woolley. Check out the neighborhood’s Skagit River Park where you and your leashed pup can walk on the park’s paths that run next to the scenic Skagit River. This 51-acre park has tons of open space, plus amenities like athletic fields, picnic areas, a playground, horseshoe pits, restrooms and tons of parking. Also in the City Center neighborhood, you’ll find Maiben City Park, Railroad Park and Rotary Park. Maiben City Park and Rotary Park both have lots of grass and covered picnic areas, while Railroad Park is home to a replica of the town’s original train station from the early 1900s. Leash your dog and explore this fun Burlington neighborhood!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 160/sq mi

    #5 Bay View

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    Hankering for some exercise? Check out Burlington’s Bay View neighborhood, about four miles from Sedro-Woolley. Leash your dog and start your adventure down the State Route 20 Arboreta Trail near Lions Park. This 1.5-mile trial is perfect for walking, jogging or biking with your pup. Some of this tree-lined trail is paved, while other parts are gravel. There are benches along the way if you need a rest or just want to take in the sights. It’s a good idea to bring your own drinking water and doggie waste cleanup bags. After your walk, enjoy a picnic back at Lions Park, where leashed dogs are welcome to hang out with their owners.
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