The Comefords lived on the neighboring Tulalip reservation for six years, traveling the waterways and seeing to the work of the 18 logging camps. You can a get a glimpse of pioneer life in the 1884 hand-hewn cedar home of the Gehl pioneer family which now sits in Jennings Park. The interior of the house has been furnished as a typical farmhouse of the 1880s with wood burning stove and rustic furniture.
Today, Marysville is a thriving community situated near the banks of the Snohomish River. It hosts a number of fun festivals, notably the Strawberry Festival, which began over 60 years ago as a one-day community celebration, the June Strawberry Festival has grown into a ten-day event drawing people from around the Puget Sound region.
Marysville is immediately adjacent to the Tulalip Indian Reservation. At Mission Beach you can view a longhouse, totem poles and canoe sheds used for tribal living and ceremonies. The Tulalip Resort Casino is a premier gaming and hotel destination in Snohomish County. This resort is also a showcase for Northwest art and Tulalip Indian culture. Rushing waterfalls, four fountains and numerous ponds greet visitors. One pond holds an Orca whale sculpture, another has a stunning, 20-foot tall stature of an Indian fisherman about to spear a leaping salmon. Open seven days a week.
Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center
8825 34th Ave NE, Tulalip
City of Marysville
1049 State Ave., Marysville
Marysville Historical Society Museum
1508-B Third Street, Marysville
Marysville School District #25
4220 80th St NE, Marysville
Marysville Parks & Recreation
6915 Armar Rd, Marysville
1085 Cedar Avenue