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.

Amenities Include:

  • 1913 Railroad Locomotive display
  • Welcome to Sedro-Woolley sign
  • 846-year-old Douglas Fir section