Outdoor Activities in Maryville WA
The Marysville Tulalip area offers many recreational facilities including movie theaters, roller skating rink, bowling alley and golf courses. The City of Marysville has 12 neighborhood and community parks totaling 353 acres. The city operates a 120-acre golf course that is open to the public year round which recently underwent 16 months of course enhancements and irrigation/drainage improvements totaling $4 million, and it shows. Marysville also has Jennings and Comeford Parks, a petting zoo, two additional golf courses, 16 tennis courts, Marysville Pilchuck High School swimming pool, playing fields, and the 17-mile Centennial Trail.
The unique Marysville Skatepark, with 10,000 square feet of concrete, has something for all skateboarders, regardless of age or skill level, including a “street-style course” design that combines some of the most popular features coveted by skateboarders including bowls, ramps, pyramids, numerous handrails, ledges and steps. A spectator area provides excellent viewing and places to take a break.
The newly-finished Ebey Waterfront Park features include four-lane public boat access, a short-stay moorage float, restroom facilities, Ebey fish plaza, picnic pavilion, space for public fishing, walking trails, landscaping, wetland restoration and wash-down stations. Parking is available for 46 car-trailer combos and 32 regular parking spaces. A special attraction is a playground imported from Denmark that incorporates a colorful maritime theme into climb-on equipment shaped like channel markers, bell buoys, and other icons of the sea.
Ebey Waterfront Park
Provides access to the Snohomish River Delta and Port Gardner Bay for pleasure boaters, anglers and hunters, and it also serves as an invaluable resource for economic development, downtown revitalization and tourism along the city’s southern gateway.
While in Quil Ceda Village take a stroll around the refreshing one-mile walking trail starting on 88th and 34th.
Within a few miles of the area are 16 lakes where one can swim, camp, fish, enjoy sailing or kayaking, and water ski. There are beautiful lavender farms where you can picnic, purchase fragrant souvenirs and relax. Hiking trails abound in the vicinity, revealing scenic treasures and rare glimpses for birdwatchers and wildlife fans. There is easy access to major rivers and streams that will satisfy even the most avid fishermen, as well as families looking for an ideal camping experience.